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BISQUE HEAD DOLL BY GEORGENE AVERILL. Germany
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BISQUE HEAD DOLL BY GEORGENE AVERILL. Germany early 20th century. Head incised ''Copr by / Georgene Averill / 1005 / 3652 / 2 / Germany''. Mold number... [this item is NOT for sale]


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