1800s Antique Bisque Doll

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antique toys
Madison, WI USA
Description from user:

Believed to be by Etienne Denamur, late 1800s. Appears to be in fine condition without any apparent damage. Clothing is Victorian style. Unknown if it is original. Hair is synthetic, so I presume not original. Marked E9D Depose on back of neck. Underneath the velvet Victorian dress are white underclothes and black boots with spherical white buttons that look like imitation pearls. Ears are pierced

Answered within 1 day
By Delia
May 19, 22:18 UTC
Fair Market Value
$1,500 - $2,500 USD
Suggested Asking Price $3,000 USD
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Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

An antique Etienne Denamur bisque porcelain doll
made in France, late 19th Century
model #9. the jointed composition body with bisque porcelain head with blond hair, blue sleeping eyes, painted features and paste earrings. Marked to the back of the head. Wearing Victorian style blue velvet lace trimmed coat dress and underclothing.
19 inches tall
CONDITION: appears to be in good condition
PROVENANCE: inherited
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