This is a lot of TLC Antique German bisque heads and one doll. They all have damage.
The doll in the print dress is a Ernst Heubach shoulder head with the Horseshoe mark. Her shoulder plate is broken both in front and in back. She is attached to her body with cloth strips as the sew holes on the plate are broken off. Her body is nice with porcelain arms and feet, but it is new, with new porcelain arms and legs. Her head and face are OK, with no hairlines. She wears a synthetic wig with no pate. Her glass eyes are set and do not sleep.
The large head is a Simon Halbig 1294, which is a harder to find mold number, but it has significant damage as shown in the photo. The top portion of the head broke off and is glued back on, with the crack going down the left side of the face and back up past the nose and into the eye socket. There is a small piece missing at the right eye. There are no eyes with this head. It has a 12" head circumference.
The baby head is an AM 341. It has an eye chip at the right eye, and no other damage. No eyes. This head is small, with a 6 1/2" circumference.
The shoulder head is marked Ruth, made by Armand Marseilles. It has cracks on both sides of the eyes. It also does not come with eyes. It is about 3 1/2 " tall and the circumference is 6 1/2".
I hated to just toss these orphans in the trash, and hope that someone can possibly save them.