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Gbr. Heubach Toddler in Case w/ Accessories #164-12 SOLD

Status: Sold
Description:
What a rare and wonderful Gebruder Heubach character toddler resting in her original case. She has a very sensitive character face with the extremely rare mold number 7760; of all my Heubach books, only one, Carol Ann Stanton's "Heubach's Little Characters," illustrates this darling doll. She has the straighted legged, 4 piece toddler body. All original, this little sweetheart wears her long gown with matching underslip, diaper and booties. The accessories include a wonderful rick-rack and lace trimmed bib, a blue hooded cape, a white flannel cover-up, linens which are hand embroidered with pink flowers, early silk pillow, pink linen bottom sheet, an early wooden milk bottle and her early celluloid dolly. Her molded hair, as can be seen in the photos, have deep curls and her realistic eyes are dark blue intaglio with high white accent dots. The back of her head is fully marked with mold number, the Heubach square mark, Germany and green stamp. She is 7 1/2" tall and in great conditon with no breaks or repairs. The wonderful early case is wicker on the outside, edged with leather and lined with early imprinted paper.


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