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Century Doll Baby Head with Bonnet

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Listing is for head only!

Just because I'm cracked doesn't mean I'm not still precious. I'm an original Century doll head from the 1920s. I'm a bit rough around the edges, but so are a lot of people. I'm very easy to take care of. I only ask that you love me. Unfortunately my body smelled funny so I threw most of me away.

My head measures 3.5" wide and 5" from the top of my head down to my composite neck. Don't I sound lovely?

The Century Doll Company of New York made bisque and composition dolls from 1909-1928. Max Scheuer the founder retired in 1926 and his sons continued the business until 1928 when they merged with the Domec Toy Company and were then known as the Doll Corporation of America (not Century), who continued to use Domec as a trade name.

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Century Doll Baby Head with Bonnet

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: fabric, paint, material, composite
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 28 reviews
  • Favorited by: 5 people