Antique, 25" tall, cloth doll by Art Fabric Mills, Patented February 13, 1900, with pretty printed face and hair, stuffed canvas-like muslin material doll with printed details all over body. Doll is in good condition for its age - she does not have any odors - she does has a bit of staining and discoloration and a bit of tearing and hand sewn repair etc. She is wearing an antique dress in rough condition and antique crochet lace dress collar with butterfly detail and a tiny pearlescent white button and a crochet hat. She does not have a visible maker's make.
Art Fabric Mills Company 1900-1910 USA, (then successors Selchow & Richter 1911-1930) Edgar Newell (company President) created a cutout printed cloth infant doll named Life-Size Doll, 8-30" tall, colorful lithograph facial features, hair, black high boots, undergarment and printed on bottom of foot: Art Fabric Mills New York Pat. Feb. 13, 1900.