18'' 1920s ORIGINAL COMPOSITION DOMEC CENTURY NY MAMA DOLL #182

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Price$165.00
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Description 18" Domec Doll original totally, old dress with antique crochet trim and Domec Dolls of Quality label on dress, old socks and original shoes.. and pink dot bonnet.. dark brown mohair, doll has crazing on face, painted blue eyes, red mouth she had a lot of flaking and crazing and visited a doll hospital for improvement to her legs... amazing she survived all these years with her clothes intact... she is wearing a matching onesie slip under her sheery gauzy dress, like a pale green stripe... love the antique crochet lacey trim.. estimate her to be late 20s to maybe early 1930s... stuffed body, compo chubby girl lower legs and arms. shoulder plate compo head. Woodtex NY on shoulder plate.. mute crier on her back this is a mama doll.. inventory #182. as I received her.. not perfect but a solid chubby mama doll in her original clothing as she was born... , I am selling her for the price I paid ... clearing out the dolls.. quote 18" Composition Mama Doll by Domec Dolls circa 1920 and shipping overseas can only be done if we can keep the weight under 2 kg as small packet for this doll.. which is the price shown for overseas.. if we cannot keep it under 2 kg then the price surface parcel is $65. and airmail about $119.00 This lovely doll has composition head, lower arms and legs on chubby hard stuffed with straw body. Original brown human hair wig is full and in very good condition. Blue painted eyes with painted upper lashes. Closed mouth. Good facial and lip color. Markings: WOODTEX NY on back. Dress is also tagged Domec Dolls. Condition: Overall, she's in good condition with clean body. Light barely visible crazing overall. A very tiny paint toe chip on right foot. Clothes: She's wearing her original tagged Domec Dolls dress with matching underwear. Original ruffle hat. Original shoes and socks. All in good condition. unquote.... inventory 182 The Century Doll Company of New York made bisque and composition dolls from 1909-1928. Max Scheuer the founder retired in 1926 and his sons continued the business until 1928 when they merged with the Domec Toy Company, which then became known as the Doll Corporation of America who continued to use Domec as a trade name.this doll is very unique and interesting.. I have seen other dolls very similar to her face with different company names.. a real mama doll of the 1920s. doll room shelf 1