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Indian Woman Doll

The head and shoulders of this doll are made of bisque (unglazed porcelain) and her body from mixed materials, mostly stuffed cotton. The doll is stamped with the maker's mark of Armand Marseille. The German company, Armand Marseille, was one of the world's largest doll manufacturers between 1855 and 1930. Indian woman with fixed brown glass eyes, open mouth and black wig, dressed with a skirt and…