At your convenience, please send a clear, in-focus close up image of the marks on the back of the head. As well, what is the height of the doll?
Thank you for the images. Please allow me some time to look these over for you.
I am not able to make a match to this maker mark for you.
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Hi, my name is*****'m a certified appraiser, and I"d be happy to help.
Is it possible the word under "Germany" is "EFFANBEE?" Is anything written below that?
The thing is, your doll's face is remarkably similar to the Effanbee Baby Lovums doll, made in composition in the 1920s.
Effanbee dolls were rubber and composition copies of German bisque dolls.
Your doll is bisque, and appears to be from the late 20th century.
I'm looking into this further, but you can search Effanbee Lovums to see what I mean.
Interesting. The molding of the lettering on the back looks very modern, as does the color on the front. I'll look further.
I'm going to have to opt out. I just can't find the marking (what I can see of it).
Let's see if a third appraiser will be able to figure it out!
Maybe I can help you with this. I need you to do a pencil rub on the wording. Take a piece of paper and a lead pencil, hold the paper tightly against the wording on the doll, and then rub the pencil over the paper pressing as hard as possible in order to pull up the word.