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Vintage DOLLS

Tiny "Frozen Charlottes", "Bisque Penny Dolls" and "Immobiles" make wonderful "perfectly real" toys for your 1:12 scale dollhouse! The dolls were mass produced in the early 1900's, mostly in Germany, and were used for little girls' toys, carnival prizes, and party favors. They mimicked the large fancy china dolls of the era. Wooden dolls have always been popular too. Included here are several of different sizes for you to enjoy.



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Caco Dad in Brown Vest, Discontinued

Caco Dad in Brown Vest, Discontinued

Caco dolls from Germany are well made with soft bendable bodies, plastic hands and feet, and resin heads. The faces have nice detail. His hair is...


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"Frozen" Bisque Doll with a Basket

"Frozen" Bisque Doll with a Basket

Here is a taller 1-1/2" antique bisque doll who has some unusual features. Firstly, she is wigged with "real" hair of wool yarn. And,...


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6-1/2" Bisque Girl

6-1/2" Bisque Girl

This little one, 6-1/2", is painted bisque, marked "Nippon", and was made circa 1920-30. She is jointed at the shoulders and hips and...


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German China Head Doll in Pink

German China Head Doll in Pink

Circa 1900-1920, the little lady dressed in pink is 7-1/4" tall. She has a china shoulder head with painted blue eyes and a muslin body. Her...


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German China Head Doll in Yellow

German China Head Doll in Yellow

This is the china head doll dressed in yellow. She is 7" tall with painted blue eyes. She has a muslin body and bisque hands, brown high shoes...


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