From 1900-1930 it's reported Marseille
produced 1,000 bisque doll heads a day,
they made bisque head baby, children,
lady and character dolls, on cloth, kid or
composition bodies, most with glass eyes,
some with painted eyes, with the most commonly
found doll molds of 370 (shoulder head on a cloth
or kid body) and 390 (socket head on a composition
body). Marseille interestingly did not produce the
body of their dolls, but purchased those from other
doll manufactures. Marseille used many different
doll markings; an anchor, upside down horseshoe, Made in Germany, + AM, + the many other manufactures initials for
whom they made bisque doll heads which are listed at the bottom of this page
ca. 1894 + Doll, 10-42" tall, bisque shoulder
head on a kid leather rivet jointed or cloth body,
partial composition or bisque lower arms, some with composition or bisque lower legs too, wigged, glass eyes, s
ome have fur eyebrows, open slight smiling
mouth, dimple on chin. Usually has Made in
Germany AM, Armand Marseille in the marking
with the mold number.
Listed on e bay similar $150 start bid the one I have is in better shape. This one the eyes close when laying down open when sitting much demand for this type. This is a genuine antique.bag of doll parts about 24 parts add $20

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