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- Identify Your Doll. Everyone discovers a doll sooner or later that is hard to identify. First, examine the doll thoroughly in good, clear lighting. Next, check the doll for markings. If your doll has no marks, your job will be more difficult..Identify dolls for collectors, buyers or sellers of dolls in all eras types, we include p.os, full descriptions de.ed doll Porcelain Collector dolls 1980s+..Identifying a doll makers mark, if one is present, is often found on the back of the dolls head, on the back, under arms, bottoms of the feet, check your doll .Identifying dolls: Look on the back of the head or neck for a number. Look on the stomach or back for an identification mark. Look on the bottom of the feet for a marking. Many dolls only were marked by a piece of paper attached to their wrists..

Can anyone please help identify the manufacturer of the attached mark. It is on the base of a pair of figures dancing the minuete. I was told by a dealer to look at Frankenthal but can find nothing..Largest porcelain doll selection in the UK. delivery worldwide dolls including alberon, leonardo, knighsbridge collection and many more.P.o: P.o: P.o: P.o: Model Number: Name: Color: Release Dates: Released Through/Notes : 435: Secretariat, Famous Race Horse: red chestnut,e, slightly darker chestnut mane/., off fore and hind stockings.P.o: P.o: P.o: Box Card: Model Number: Name: Color: Release Dates: Released Through/Notes : 1402: British Breeds 4-Piece Set With Highland Pony, Standing Thoroughbred, Warmblood Jumper.

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