Antique petite German bisque head doll marked on the back of the head with the WG symbol for William Goebel. She is 5 inches tall and has a socket head with stationary glass eyes. The head is attach with a wire that hooks at the back of the head - the head has limited movement side to side. The long brunette mohair wig is a modern replacement. She is on a five piece composition body wire jointed at the shoulders and hips with molded and painted stockings and black heels slippers. The torso of the body is made of a pressed wood pulp and left unfinished and unpainted. The wire used for stringing is visible at the front belly. She has no undergarments. There is surface wear and yellowing to the applied varnish most noticeable on the legs. There is also paint wear and I found a stress crack line encircling the ankle of the left leg at the strap and suspect an old break and reglue there. She is wearing a well-made antique navy striped coat dress with a pocket - the dress is sewn on and believed to be original to the doll.