Estimate: £100 - £200
Sold For: £90
A bisque head doll, Germany: Kammer & Reinhardt, circa 1912,
composition character doll with articulated limbs, bisque head impressed '36, KR, 100' (somewhat loose), painted hair and blue eyes, and slightly open mouth, dressed in an over-sized cream cotton gown, doll dusty and gown discoloured, length 33cm (13ins), together with twenty-four other dolls, including costume dolls, some broken, various sizes, and some dolls' clothes, plus several other toys and games, including a boxed Priscilla Doll Sewing Set, a boxed Brownie Scout Paper Doll, and a small toy metal cooker in original box (latter broken), plus a late 18th/early 19th century framed sampler (worn)
This is the first doll in the 100 series of character dolls made popular by Kammer and Reinhardt. Sold with all faults, not subject to return.