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New arrivals: Armand Marseille and Ernst Heubach dolls

I have six new girls ready to make their debut as they hide in a cabinet in the back room. 
Here they are, with new dresses and clean faces.   All of the old clothes are stored away, none of which were original.  None of the wigs were original either; in fact, some of the girls had no hair at all upon arrival. 

I use a product called Renaissance micro-crystalline wax polish on all the faces to clean and protect them. It does absolutely no harm now or in the future and is made in England and used by the British Museum. All you need is a small jar.  
She's looking good for 100+ years old. 

Dressed for winter.  This Heubach doll has a rosy face as compared to the Armand Marseille girls. 

Another red-haired beauty.
OK maybe the blonde wig needs a trim. 


  1. Do you collect dolls or do you just sell them?
    I bought a sweet little Heubach Doll last fall as a cousin to my Bleuettes. The German dolls have more realistic features.


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