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14” GERMAN BISQUE DOLL ON MECHANICAL WALKING
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14” GERMAN BISQUE DOLL ON MECHANICAL WALKING BODY. Head incised “HEINRICH HANDWERCK,” “SIMON & HALBIG GERMANY 0 1/2.” With blue glass sleep eyes,...


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