This is an antique doll made by the reknowned German firm of Heubach Koppelsdorf and is a 302 mold. She stands in height 18.5″ so a lovely sized cabinet doll.

Her bisque socket head is free from any damage and she has nice blush cheek painting with minor rub marks. She retains her stunning original blue glass spiral eyes and retains most of her original eyelid wax. She has multi stroked eyebrows and delicately stroked upper and lower eyelashes and has the usual red accent dot in the corner of each eye and also her nostrils. She has an open mouth with a row of upper teeth and a red tongue behind and a little dimple in her chin. Her pate and wig are replacements. The makers marks are clear on the back of her head. Her head has been stuffed with tissue to protect the eyes in transit and glued back down again. To make her sleep her new owner will need to remove these and glue them back on again.

She is on her original ball jointed composition body that is in good condition for it’s age and is strung well. She does have some rubbing around the neckline at the top of the torso and also a rub mark on her leg (see photos). These are hidden under her clothing and are considered minor. She also has one finger repaired on the left that has not been re-painted. The body has a red stamp on the back.

She comes dressed in a gorgeous pink and white smocked frock with lace trims. It is in good condition with some minor age marks. Underneath she also has some pantaloons and also stockings and buckle up black shoes.

This is a pretty doll and just ready to display.

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