Here are five adorable all bisque dolls, one being marked Occupied Japan, one Nippon and the others Made in Japan. They make good play dolls for your large dolls or additions to an all bisque collection. The smallest at 5 inches is a cute Betty Boop doll marked "Made in Occupied Japan" and she has jointed arms which need restringing. Her gold painted hair is in waves, she has painted features and a cute shy look with side-glancing eyes. The one in red and blue painted clothing is marked "Made in Japan" and she has molded blonde curls, painted features and jointed arms. She is 5-1/8 inches. Some of the paint has rubbed off of the painted clothing. The next one is an unmarked toddler that is 5.25" tall. He has molded blonde hair, painted features and jointed arms. He is similar to the German Wide Awake Doll. He has a rough spot on his tummy from manufacturing and some marks that look like pencil smudges. The next doll is a pretty Betty Boop with gold painted hair, wearing a turquoise headband and socks and shoes. The arms are jointed. She is marked with an unknown symbol and "Made in Japan." There is a repair on her right shoulder beside the stringing hole. Her eyes are huge. The features are well painted. The largest doll has blonde molded and curly hair, painted features, wire jointed at the shoulders and hips, and is wearing white ribbed socks and black shoes. There is a tiny black speck below the left eye. This doll is marked "Nippon."
Lot of 5 Character All Bisque Dolls Made in Japan, Nippon or Occupied Japan