Heubach Girl

 
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Heubach Girl  is approximately 14 inches tall on a reproduction German composition body. The socket head is poured in Seeley's Lady White porcelain, and the skin tones are painted matching the antique Heubach dolls as closely as possible. The hair is painted, as are the intaglio eyes, common to this type of doll. She is a delight with her flounce of short, bouncy curls molded around her head.

The Gebruder Heubach Company of Germany is famous for the beautifully painted children dolls produced by their factory during the late 1800's -   early 1900's. Heubach Girl would have been produced originally in the period of 1910 to 1915 (plus or minus).

Her dress is made of silk and cotton, and her underwear is of fine batiste and French Val Laces, sewn in the Heirloom Sewing fashion, and consists of a slip and pantalets. Her socks are knit on very fine needles with tatting cotton and are hand made. Her shoes are of German design and are suitable for the doll.

She comes complete with a metal stand, Certificate of Authenticity, Brief written history of the Heubach Company, and the Resume of the artist, Evelyn Stanbury, GMDM.

She is poseable on her 9 piece composition body.

 $375.00  Canadian Funds

 

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This Page Last Edited August 30th, 2007.


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