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Background Information

Employment History

Bisque Head

Sears , Roebuck and Company


Founder, United Porcelain Factory

Koppelsdorf


Porcelain Doll Head


Sonneberg & Koppelsdorf


A&H Doll Manufacturing Corporation


Germany


Affiliations

Koppelsdorfer Porzellanafabrik

Founder


Web References(23 Total References)


Sears Happi Time Dolls 1901-1967

www.dollreference.com [cached]

Sears Armand Marseille 370 mold, Dainty Dorothy doll
Shown top of page; Sears 1916 Dainty Dorothy doll, 20 1/2" by Armand Marseille, bisque head and lower limbs, doll mold 370.


Doll | Article

www.dollmagazine.com [cached]

Many of Ernst Heubach`s later dolls have much in common with those produced by Armand Marseille, which is not surprising as the two companies merged in 1919, on the marriage of Heubach`s daughter Beatrix to Armand Marseille`s son, to form the Koppelsdorfer Porzellanafabrik.Heubach, like Armand Marseille, aimed his products at a mass market rather than just the wealthy.His dolls were affordable to most and were meant to be loved and played with, unlike some of the more expensive French dolls which were known as Sunday dolls, as playing with them was only allowed on special supervised occasions.Ernst Heubach did not produce complete dolls, but supplied many companies with heads; among his customers were Cuno and Otto Dressel, Adolph Wislizenus, Seyfarth and Reinhardt and A Luge and Co.


www.theantiquedollshop.com

Armand MarseilleArmand Marseille of Sonneberg and Koppelsdorf, Germany was one of the world's largest and best known porcelain doll head manufacturers.Armand was born in 1856 in St. Petersburg, Russia and immigrated to Germany with his family sometime in 1860.Ernst married the daughter of Armand Marseille and became more ensconced in the doll making business.The two companies, Heubach and Marseille, merged in 1919, forming the United Porcelain Factory of Koppelsdorf.


Auction Catalog

www.dargate.com [cached]

ARMAND MARSEILLE JOINTED DOLL.
Armand Marseille jointed doll, porcelain head, composition body, movable glass eyes, attached hair. ARMAND MARSEILLE PORCELAIN DOLL HEAD.


laststand.com

Home :: Dolls :: Antique :: Antique Porcelain Doll by Armand Marseille "Infant Baby"
Printable version Antique Porcelain Doll by Armand Marseille "Infant Baby" Antique Porcelain Doll by Armand Marseille "Infant Baby" Antique Porcelain Doll by Armand Marseille "Infant Baby" Armand Marseille of Sonneberg & Koppelsdorf, Thuringia, Germany was one of the worlds largest and best known bisque doll head manufacturers.


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