Heubach-Koppelsdorf baby doll, probably 1919, with biscuit head, two sleeper eyes (missing eyelashes to one eye and worn eyelids), four teeth and a tongue operating with the eyes (functional system and probably restored)
Original removable wig hair.
Body in composition of which one leg has been restored and of which 2 fingers are missing from one of the hands.
Antique dress and cap with wear of use but not corresponding to the size of the baby.
The parts used to mount the doll are present. Those connecting the arms have been changed and could be better restored for better posture.
Ernst Heubach's porcelain factory was in Koppelsdorf, Germany. They made bisque doll heads
In 1919, Heubach and Marseille merged to form the United Porcelain Factory in Koppelsdorf. Dolls 1919-1932 are often marked by Heubach
Baby length: 54cm or 21inch
Head size: 15 cm or 6 inches by 10 cm or 4 inches
This doll will be delivered disassembled for better protection
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