Lot of 6 Celluloid and Plastic Dolls
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This is a lot of six old celluloid and plastic dolls of different types and sizes. The first is 7" and is in typical Black Forest garb. Her wide skirt is made of red felt with a row of floral embroidery on black ribbon, and has several holes in it. Her apron is black, has a strip of the same floral embroidery, and is edged in black lace. Wide black ribbon was used for her head covering. Her neck is adorned with a gold cross. Her arms and legs are movable, and she sits. The second doll is a 7-1/2" tall Mexican girl with glued-on pigtails with red ribbons. Her clothing and hat are in disrepair. She has a solid body and movable arms. Her skirt has a sewn-in row of newspaper dated March 9, 1955. She can be used for parts. Third is a 10-1/2" doll with blond hair. Her head, bent arms and straight legs are movable. Her eyes are painted, and she is wearing a gold cross around her neck. Fourth is a 7-1/2" Plastic Molded Arts doll. She has a red wig coming off, sleep eyes, painted on lashes and eyebrows, movable head and arms, and painted on white shoes. Her hand knitted outfit is coming apart. Fifth is a can can doll wearing a red dress with black lace, an off-white lacy petticoat, red hat, feathers in her hair, black lace gloves and stockings which are coming apart, and painted on black shoes. Her face is painted, and her arms and legs move. The last doll has a solid body with moving arms and legs. Her shoes are painted on. She is wearing a red and white striped skirt, gauzy off-white blouse, and a black apron with roses and black silk trim. On top of her head is a straw hat with embroidered wool flowers. She has a brown wig and painted face. All dolls are old and sold in as-is condition.
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