There are lots that match your search criteria. Subscribe now to get instant access to the full price guide service. Two Armand Marseille Germany dolls, A7M, with sleepy eyes and open mouths, both with period clothes, length of each 55cm 2. Four antique dolls to include an Armand Marseille Germany example, with sleepy eyes and closed mouth, length 52cm, AM8DEP , made in Germany, with sleepy eyes and open mouth, length 50cm, an Armand Marseille Germany example, A7M, with open eyes and open mouth, length 56cm and an unmarked German example with sleepy eyes and open mouth, length 45cm 4. Five large antique and vintage dolls including an Armand Marseille Germany example, Seven antique and vintage medium-size dolls to include an Armand Marseille example, Twelve Antique and vintage dolls of small size to include an Armand Marseille example, P1. The first being a beautiful leather bodied doll, complete with brown glass eyes, bisque arms and a green outfit. The other doll being an Armand Marseille ‘ ‘ head on a later body. Beautifully dressed in a straw hat and lace decorated dress.
Baby doll No 518/9k with bisque head…
Armand Marseille cm 22″ doll circa Made with a high quality fully jointed composition body, this doll has the multi-stroke eyebrows, sleep eyes, two-toned lips and tiny porcelain teeth of the better quality dolls from the company. The French name Armand Marseille has caused a deal of confusion in the world of antiques for decades.
For the dolls marked with this French name were not made in France, but actually made in Sonneberg by one of the largest most successful German doll companies of the 19th Century.
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Those of us born after the war would have had dolls made from composition, which was a kind of plaster mixed with glue and sawdust, or maybe we had dolls made from the new plastic materials. For those born during or before the war, composition was also a popular material, widely used from the s. However, if we go back a bit, maybe to the time of our grannies or great grandmothers — the late s to the s — we will find ourselves in the magical era of beautiful bisque china dolls.
It may be that you were born during the first decades of the twentieth century and so were fortunate enough to own a bisque doll of your own. A pretty girl doll who looks elegant in a lace-trimmed bonnet. It gives a natural look to the face of a doll. The limbs and bodies are made from composition, wood or kid leather, and the ball joints in their wrists, elbows, knees and ankles mean that they can be posed.
As the heads were made of fine china they were extremely breakable, and the fact that there are so many still around today just goes to show how much little girls treasured their dolls in those days. Bisque dolls were loved and cherished — just think of all the stories they could tell us today. This is a more unusual doll by the Armand Marseille Factory.
Dating from around late s, she has beautiful brown eyes. Most of the dolls were made in Germany, but some came from France. The French ones were often of superior quality, with enormous lustrous glass eyes, and they tended to be fashion dolls dressed in luxurious fabrics and complicated dress styles featuring pleats, ruffles and plenty of frills.
The History of Armand Marseille Dolls
All fingers and toes are intact but paint wear to her hands. Baby is good and clean with no re-paint or restoration other than a professional re-string. Nicely presented in vintage baby gown, cotton slip and Victorian bonnet. Elsie is a circa antique British bisque shoulder head doll with hard to find glass eyes in side glance position.
Baby doll No /9k with bisque head made by Armand Marseille, ca Germany, 20th century. Germany Get premium, high resolution.
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You do not need to use plurals and remember not to use words unlikely to be used in a lot description such as ‘furniture’ or ‘jewellery’. Search all antique auctions You do not need to use plurals and remember not to use words unlikely to be used in a lot description such as ‘furniture’ or ‘jewellery’. Armand Marseille, a porcelain headed doll incised Armand Marseille Germany XM together with 4 small porcelain dolls heads etc.
Armand Marseille, a German porcelain headed doll with sleep eyes, open mouth and teeth, head incised AM Germany A9M with articulated body 25″ and 1 other porcelain headed doll with sleep eyes and squeak. Armand Marseille, a German porcelain headed doll with articulated body, incised Germany 10″ and 4 other porcelain headed dolls.
9-jul – Lovely Armand Marseille Bisque Head Dolly — found at Price: $ USD, Category: Dolls:Antique Dolls:German Bisque:Armand Marseille, Jenna Lea Vintage, Description: A wonderful Krementz gold brooch dating to the.
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.
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German Armand Marseille dolls, in production 1885 to 1930s
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S9POLNSYQORNEFDH ARMAND MARSEILLE DOLL REAL KID GERMANY MARKED AOM GERMANY. Pre-Owned. C $ From United States.
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. Imagine arriving at an estate sale with hundreds of antique porcelain dolls to research and price. It has to be affordable enough for potential buyers, yet brings fair market value for the seller. Here are some resources to help you identify and price antique porcelain dolls at estate sales. It was made by Albert Marque in , Marque was a French sculptor and the doll was made from a set of dolls.
Once you found an identifier, you can use it to search online. If in doubt, always rely on a professional appraiser. French and German dolls are the most valuable, but even certain French dolls used German heads on their doll creations. Germany is where most of the dolls were manufactured, decorated in French clothing and accessories, later sold in France.
Antique 16″ Bisque-Head Armand Marseille 971 Doll
This small doll belonged to Ruth Waller nee Buckland , and was part of a small collection which she acquired during her adult life. This doll is modelled to look like a Japanese baby and is dressed in a patterned kimono-style dress. The doll was made in the s when dolls derived from different cultures were particular popular in Europe and the United States of America. By the s, specialist toy shops and toy sections in department stores had been established and were frequented by wealthier families.
ANTIQUE German Bisque DOLL Armand MARSEILLE Rosebud SHOULDER HEAD She is an original antique Armand Marseille doll, marked; Rosebud/ A. She Blue (Violet); Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany; Date: or before.
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. Provenance: item is from a large private collection of well looked after dolls formed in the s and 80s. Internal Ref : SDO Declaration This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Edwardian. Link to this item. Problem with this page?
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