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Great, thanks Liz! I look forward to seeing your heirloom doll.
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I received the image of your doll, thank you. Is the body porcelain as well or just the head? Do the eyes open and close - I cannot tell by the photo, however I presume no?
Thank you for the additional information. This is actually a 19th century (1800's) jointed bisque porcelain miniature doll house doll. If it were 17th century (1600's) it would not have been made of porcelain nor jointed. 18th century dolls (1700's) were made of a papier mache type material and the late 18th century dolls were of a different construction to the face and style. A Marie Antoinette lived from 1755 - 1793, thus most dolls with a Marie Antoinette theme did not come out until the 19th century (1800's). Your antique, 19th century, miniature jointed bisque porcelain dollhouse doll would sell for $125 - $200 on today's market.
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