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Want a stylish hat? This doll is dressed in the height of 1870s fashion with a special tam. It was made by C. F. Kling & Co. of Germany. Kling operated from 1836 until 1941 and was one of the few porcelain factories that made bisque-head dolls with molded hair, hair decoration, hats, jewelry, and parts of blouses.This bisque shoulderhead doll has molded curls and a body made of muslin. Her painted plaid tam (hat) matches her ankle boots. It sold for $14,560 at a recent Theriault's auction.Search for more doll prices at Kovels.com and in our newest book, Kovels' Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide 2010.

German Bisque Doll

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