Armand Marseille was a popular doll manufacturer in the late ‘s and early s. Their products are some of the most common antique dolls found on the market today. They created their famous doll molds over a span of over 30 years. Although they are known for some fine character dolls and some lovely lady dolls, the great majority of their products were round-faced child dolls, babies, and toddlers. At the height of their production, they produced over 1, doll heads per day. While the German company did make all the doll heads, the bodies were brought from other manufacturers and added to the Marseille head molds. Armand Marseille dolls were produced from roughly until approximately
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An attractive doll with Armand Marseille mark the second doll has a porcelain head and a wooden body. Very sweet Armand Marseille bisque headed the dress is made of red velvet and an old model cotton bottom. Antique Armand Marseille bisque headed doll, this cute doll from armand marseille has a leather body up to and including the knees.
Antique Armand Marseille My Dream Baby doll Bisque Baby Doll with blue eyes, open mouth with two bottom teeth. Marked A.M. Germany / 4. Doll has has.
John just got home with some new things just posted! This doll has the open and close eyes, open mouth with teeth displayed, markings on back of head Armand Marseille — Germany — Small leather shoes in box, one shoe missing metal loop. What a remarkable find to be able to add to your antique Armand Marseille doll collections! You can always find our newest inventory right here on the homepage. Check out some of our recent finds,. For inquiries and information, call Search by Product ID.
Product DC. Description Additional information This is a remarkable find, as this all original Armand Marseille Germany doll was never played with and it still comes in its original shipping box with the original paper label. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Contact Us!
Porcelain dolls can be found at hundreds of estate sales nationwide each week. An interest in antique porcelain dolls grew quickly when batches were made to depict certain famous people. Doll manufacturing spread across the world with many dolls mostly manufactured in Europe, Australia and the United States. Antique porcelain, china, or bisque dolls are the most common, but antique dolls can also be made from various materials. Composition, resin, rubber, vinyl, and wood dolls can also be found.
Generally, the highest value antique dolls are Bisque antique dolls.
Tips on value of antique dolls, identifying markings & mold numbers including German bisque doll history, and makers Armand Marseille, Simon and Halbig.
Body: composition with strung limbs. Clothing: white cotton smock dress with lace trimmings, matching cap, cotton underskirt and under garments, white wool socks. Condition: light material soiling; body not inspected; some minor restoration and repainting, mostly to finger and foot extremities; stringing appears intact; open shut eyes and tongue functional; head undamaged.
Full money back guarantee including postage if buyer is not satisfied in any way. Marked: yes. Age: probably first quarter C20th.
GUEST: My father was a physician, and back in the day, he actually did house calls, and he said, “You’ll really want to go on this house call with me. Well, let me tell you about your little doll. You have a Just Me doll. That was her name, “Just Me. He was a doll maker in Germany. On the back, you will see “Germany.
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Bisque, composition and wood with glass, cork and wool; cotton, filet lace, tarlatan and ink-painted card. Bisque-headed doll, representing a young Caucasian girl dressed in a simplified version of Welsh costume. The doll has a socket head with moulded and painted features; sleeping blue glass eyes; and an open red-painted mouth with five upper teeth.
The head is hollow with a cork pate to which the short, fringed, chestnut-coloured woollen wig is attached. The child body and the forearms with hands are made of composition, and the legs and upper arms are of wood. The arms are jointed at the shoulders and elbows and the legs at the thigh and knee, although the kneecaps are depicted on the lower legs, below the knee joint. The doll is wearing a piece of cream coloured cotton, edged with machine made filet lace, wrapped around her as a petticoat and secured at the neck back with a safety pin and at the waist with a ring of elastic.
Her much shorter dress is of unlined scarlet tarlatan, and has a bodice cut with a round neck and vestigial sleeves, with a lightly gathered skirt attached at the waist; an apron of multi-coloured striped cotton is stitched to it at the shoulders and waist. The high crowned hat with a narrow circular brim is made of card painted black with Indian ink. The doll is wearing a Welsh national costume. The costume consists of a white knee length linen petticoat with crocheted hem, a crimson overdress and a striped multi-coloured cotoon pinafore.
On her head is a black cardboard Welsh hat, broken, with white lace fringe.
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Here I have a 14″ ARMAND MARSEILLE A.M. Germany K Bisque Head Baby Doll for sale. It has the maker’s mark on the back of the neck. It has sleeping.
For fifty years the wooded countryside formed the border between the two Germanys, Sonneberg lying in the GDR. Armand Marseille was born in in St. Petersburg , Russia, the son of an architect, and emigrated to Germany with his family in the s. In he bought the toy factory of Mathias Lambert in Sonneberg. In the firm merged with Ernst Heubach but they separated in Armand Marseille und Ernst Heubach”.
Production continued to around The company manufactured bisque heads from moulds for their own dolls and for other doll-makers. They never made the bodies but brought them in from other manufacturers. Mould and mould are the most common. This mould was used for over thirty years.