This 8.5" all bisque Ernest Heubach character girl has fine pale bisque, painting, tiny brown intaglio eyes with black liner topped with short brown flyaway brows. Her light brown comb molded hair in in a turned under bob with bangs. Her full closed coral mouth shows a hint of a smile. This girl has one piece head and torso,molded chest with a hint of ribs and tiny breasts, chubby shoulder jointed arms bent at the elbow with almost star fish hands and 3rd & 4th fingers molded together. Her chunky one piece hip jointed legs have detailed molded knees with blushing, brown one strap shoes with molded bow ties and white ribbed stockings. She is incised "10500" across her buttocks.There is a firing line on the thumb of her right hand,a mold flaw at the top of left leg, some little paint rubs on her shoes and a blush miss spot on one knee. She is other wise in good condition.She wears probably original factory dress, matching lace trimmed shift and drawers with draw string closures. She is a charming little girl in a nice larger size with adorable child like modeling made between 1912-1920. This very doll is pictured on page 40 of Doll Value 13th Edition Linda Edwards.
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