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German hand made wooden and bisque doll Contact Member
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llandwil 10545 December 13, 1901
Price Paid Condition
Free/Undisclosed/Unknown Good
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Description: Hand made wooden and bisque doll from germany. It was purchased in about 1950 in Ramstad, Germany from a man that said it was made by a Jewish man for his daughter before he was arrested by the Germans. The elbow and knee joints move and are held together with bolts. The head swivels and moves up and down. The hands and head are bisque. The body is hand crafted wood. The hair and beard are hair like material. The vest is leather and the clothes are silk like material. The eyes are glass. I don't know any more about it. If anyone can recognize this or wants to comment, please do.
Keywords: German hand made wooden bisque doll



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