A.M doll on biskoline body made by Parson-Jackson of Cleveland, Ohio. 1914- 1915 This head is bisque, and marked
G.327.B A.2.M. D.R.G.M 269 And the body is marked Parson-Jackson co., Cleveland, Ohio
They were known for the raised stork figure at the top of the back body. This doll measures 14 inches and has a perfect bisque head with sleep eyes and a bent limb body that aside from some scratches and marks it is in very good condition. These bodies were noted for the oil-tempered steel springs that attached each arm and leg joint. There is one spring missing on the left leg and it is elastic strung as usual. The fingers and toes have great detail as the biskoline was easy to mold and very hardy
The trademarks were registered in 1913 in U.S. In 1914-1915, patents were issued for stringing hollow-jointed bent-limb baby-type bodies with metal springs.
This doll is dressed in vintage white cotton clothing that includes a onesy as shown, a long slip and the top long baby style dress. She is barefooted to show off her molded feet.
Her wig is mohair and cut in a short bob. The pate has been replaced. She also has a vintage bonnet that ties with pink ribbon and it is decorated with lace.
Her glass eyes are sleep eyes with full eye wax.
She is dressed in a vintage long baby dress.