An outstanding example of the 19th century china doll with the hairstyle referred to as "Mary Todd Lincoln," which has gold lustre snood with side bows framing the face.
This example has lovely coloring to her painted features on pale white "skin", she was difficult to photograph, as china dolls often are.
She is on a commercially made antique cloth body and has beautifully shaped leather arms.
She wears draws and slip of white cotton and has black cotton stockings (possibly newer). Her gown is of printed polished cotton with black velvet ribbon details, cartridge pleating at waist and suits her perfectly.
Condition: Head has no cracks or repairs, there is a small surface flake on the back of her hair (see our photos), Body is good, leather arms have a couple of old patches. Overall she is very good.
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