This doll is not marked with a mold number, just the mark you see in the fifth photo with the numbers 10 and 13, which indicates she's an early doll, probably prior to 1890. She resembles the character mold number 719 in my opinion, with her chubby cheeks and big smile. She has dark blue eyes which are set, and you can just see the remnants of real hair lashes. She has a bisque shoulder head on a kid body. The body is riveted and jointed at the elbows with lower bisque arms, and her legs are riveted at the hip and knee allowing her to sit easily. Her body is in excellent condition, with no leaks or patching. You can see that she has the remnants of her original auburn mohair wig. She also has a dark blond human hair wig fashioned in ringlets. Her face coloring is just exquisite, and her expression is wonderfully cheerful. Her ears are pierced and she comes with the earrings shown.
Her ensemble consists of antique bloomers, and chemise, and a vintage, French style dress with a matching hat. She wears antique stockings and shoes.
Her head is free of chips, cracks or hairlines. There is some sort of glue residue on one hand (pictured). I have not attempted to remove it. I will be happy to provide additional information of photos if needed.
This doll is truly a beautiful example of Simon & Halbig's wonderful dolls.