Antique 19th Century CM Bergmann Simon & Halbig Bisque Composite Girl Doll 26"



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Antique German bisque head doll by CM Bergmann with composite body and articulated jointed limbs, sleep eyes, marked “CM Bergmann Simon & Halbig 12” on the back of the neck and dressed in white lace dress with pink sash. “ Charles M. Bergmann operated a doll company in Waltershausen, Thüringia, Germany, by 1909 he added a factory in Friedrichroda, Germany, until they went bankrupt in 1931. Bergmann dolls came in sizes from 13" to 34" tall, with composition ball jointed bodies and a bisque socket head or bisque shoulder head and kid body, supplied from other manufacturers; Armand Marseilles, ABG - Alt, Beck & Gottschalck, William Gobel, Simon & Halbig and maybe others. Bergmann also made papier mache dolls, kid leather bodied dolls, character baby dolls. Dolls were distributed in the United States by Louis Wolf & Company, who registered these doll trademarks for them.


Good Overall - Slightly loose neck; stains/wear to body; one finger broken off (included); see pictures


8” x 4.5” x 26” (Width x Depth x Height)