Antique Rare German Doll Head Digging Deeper

$16.95

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  • Vintage from the 1900s
  • Materials: german doll head

Approx. 1" -way over 100 years old,.will need cleaned. Gorgeous artifact

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irishcasey2 Nov 23, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Thank you for the nice vintage porcelain china legs with shoes for my China Shoulder Head doll. They worked out perfectly and were priced very fairly. I just finished restoring this doll -an 1890 Hertwig - but am waiting for her new dress. As well I covered her discolored material/sawdust body with clean material and added new arms too. Appreciate sellers like you!

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LittleMissB Nov 12, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely gorgeous doll and couldn't be more pleased or happier with the helpfulness of this lovely seller and speed of delivery and so carefully sent too. Many many thanks for all what you have done making this purchase of my lovely doll such a happy one x

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Bev Gallerani Nov 13, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Incredibly charming and adorable doll. Packed securely and shipped quickly!

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toboldlywrite Nov 16, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

This and the other items in my order arrived so quickly -- which was great because I was using them for a school project! The project involved creating fictional archival items from the Edwardian era, and I love that I could use actual Edwardian ephemera. Thank you for helping make my project that much cooler 😁

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