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Biggest Online Resource Identifying Dolls Antique to Modern

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Armand Marseille 1885-1950s
Louis Marx Co 1919-1979


Borgfeldt, George Dolls 1881-1959

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Borgfeldt held the distributing rights to many dolls from European manufacturers such as: Bhr & Prschild, Buschow & Beck and Karl Standfuss, Heinrich Handwerck, Kthe Kruse, Kammer & Reinhardt, JD Kestner, Armand Marseille and Steiff, plus others.
Borgfeldt bisque doll heads were made for them by several German doll makers; Alt, Beck & Gottschalck , Kling & Co., Armand Marseille, Max Schelhorn and Simon & Halbig. Some of these names are known dolls made by Armand Marseille.


Googly Eye Dolls 1912-1938

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Franz Kiesewetter, Kley and Hahn, La Prialytine, Lenci, Limbach, Armand Marseille, Morimura Brothers,


Sears Happi Time Dolls 1901-1967

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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.


Steiner, Edmund Ulrich Dolls 1894-1916 German

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Edmund Ulrich Steiner doll mark Majestic, A 8/0 M, Made in Germany by Armand Marseille
Edmund Ulrich Steiner doll mark Majestic, A 8/0 M, Made in Germany by Armand Marseille


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