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This little baby needs some love and attention!
She is a Horsman doll, signed at the nape of her neck.
She still has her voice after all this time!
I believe her dress is original.
She has one gash and some crazing on her face.
She has the words A Horsman doll on the back of her neck.
She is very dirty and in need of a bath. I leave that to you.
She will come dressed in a cleaner christening outfit.
Circa late 1940s she has a composition head and soft " real skin" arms and legs.
She must be one of the first babies with soft arms and legs.
Her hair is matted , but has her original berets.
She measures 15 1/2"s - 16"s from the top of her head to her toes.
She has a 13" arm span.
The best part of this little cutie is hearing her say Mamma when you turn her.