German Bisque Pansy. George Borgfeldt Co. H. 25”
Identifying Marks: Pansy above Roman Numeral III Germany.
Bisque socket head with brown glass sleep eyes. Original or old human hair styled with short bangs and curled ends. Pate is glued tightly to skull opening. Name written on back of head rim but illegible, possibly owner’s name. A lot of glue residue around top of head and on the back. Dark brown nearly pupil less sleep glass eyes. Nicely blushed pale complexion, and open mouth showing two teeth only (two missing teeth). Nice pale colored ball joined composition body. Very pretty low waisted, fine cotton school dress with lace inserts and pleated skirt. Appears to be original period machine made dress. Complete with slip and pantaloons.
Condition: Back of right earlobe is chipped. Her right hand pinky finger has been broken off and mended back up to its original size.
Highlights: Her auburn style wig makes her character.
Early 20th century