This doll is by Hertel, Schwab & Co and was made around 1910. He has a bisque head that is marked on the back: 182 2/0. He has an open mouth with teeth, brown glass sleep eyes, single stroke eye brows, painted eye lashes, and blushed cheeks. There was a tiny chip above the left eye that has been professionally fixed as you can see in last photo. There is a very faint line on the back of his head. I cannot tell if it is a mold line or a hairline. I have lighted it with a flash light and it does not look like a hairline. He has is original brown mohair wig but it is thin in the back as you can see in the photo. His body is wood and composition. He is jointed at the shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips and knees. He has never been undressed as his clothing is sewn and nailed on him. His clothing consists of: black felt pants, vest and jacket, red and white striped shirt with red tie (shirt has no sleeves), black cotton stockings, black felt hat and wooden clogs that are glued on his feet. His black felt costume is sun struck in the front and on his left side. I have tried to show that in the photos. His hat has no discoloration. He is 11 1/4" tall without his hat and 12" tall with his hat. He is ready for display.