Porcelain face, arms, legs and feet with cloth body

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Copan, OK USA
Description from user:

The doll is 16” and has long strawberry hair and glass blues eyes and hat. The clothing is possibly from the early 1900s? She has “pantalomas with simple cotton ruffles under the dress. She has socks and Sandler. You can see through the socks to her toes. Her fingers are separated.

My mother, who recently died at 92 has had the doll for an unknown number of years, possibly from her family

Answered within 1 day
By Sabrina Vinther
Mar 02, 16:59 UTC
Fair Market Value
$70 - $120 USD
Insurance Value $0 USD
What does this mean?

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.

It is a beautiful doll. Such dolls are being offered at auction on a regular basis. The doll is a replica doll of an antique doll made as dolls looked in the early 1900s. The doll is very well modelled and has some lovely features and details. However it is not a doll originating from the late 1800s or the early 1900s. The clothes are made in old fashioned style however from the photos they appear to be newly made based on the way the stitches are made. The doll was made by Pamela Philips who was a wellknown doll maker. Your doll was made around the 1980s-1990s. The market value for such replica dolls has declined in the past few years.

The estimate provided is for a well-advertised specialised online toys auction, where I believe the doll has the best chance of realising its fullest potential. However, there is no measurement for the sentimental value you might attach to the lovely doll. Retail "asking prices" can be higher and vary.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions. I’m happy to help.
Thank you

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