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I have two of the antique bisque/porcelain dolls...my grandmother gave me one when I was a young girl and when she passed away I also got the one that belonged to her...they are so beautiful...the porcelain has crazed over the years but they are beautiful nonetheless.

By Ragazza. Found this while looking for pictures of Edith the Lonely Doll. This is a sweet little dolly who does resemble Edith.

vintage doll - sweet face. We played with one that Grandma had, similar to this one, soft body but porcelain head, arms, etc.

This photo of the doll represents how clothing contributes to gender. Dolls never have genatalia and their gender is known by how they are dressed and appear.

Precious faced dolls. I had this doll when I was little and still have her head. Her body was rubber and rotted.

This is the Tiny Tears doll. I have one almost identical to this one. I wanted a Tiny Tears all through my childhood and didn't get one until my 50's. Sweet face. LJH

Vintage doll, I have new ones, now time for some antiques!

Beautiful..old, old dolls. (fiction) Aubrie finds in attic at Grace Bed & Breakfast in Stillwater Springs. Belonged to her grandmother, Amelia Grace Camden Barwick. X