Unusual toddler/baby doll with early Celluloid head. **Excellent condition, with no cracks or discoloration to the celluloid head, and a wonderful fully jointed toddler-style composition body. **Made in Germany in the 1910s, marked with the Turtle and "Made in Germany." **Celluloid head, composition body, original clothes and wig. **Stands 19" tall with a "walking style" body A very interesting addition to your doll collection!
Shown is a wonderful celluloid boy. He is about 13" tall. He is marked on the back of his shoulderplate "Germany / (turtle mark) / Schultzmarke / No. 10." This sweet boy has an open mouth with four small teeth. He has painted blue eyes with black pupils and black eyeliner. His shoulderplate is sewn onto a cloth body. He is wearing silk knit drawers. His silk knit stockings are sewn to the bottom of the cloth torso, telling me that the original cloth legs have some deterioration. He is wearing older brown
These 2 little cuties are 4.5" tall and both marked. The hard plastic girl with the dress is marked 'Germany Ed 12'. The pretty celluloid girl with no dress has the turtle mark. Although she has no dress, she does have a great wig and nice painted on white stockings. No damage. The other doll has a ripped dress and some wear to the wig, but is also pretty. Price for both. Please see photos for condition and let me know if you have any questions. BE SURE TO SEE ALL THE VINTAGE DOLL ITEMS IN MY SHOP. AND
This is a 9.5" German celluloid Turtle Mark ( Rheinische Gummi und Celluloid Fabrik Co.) souvenir doll, She is all original and complete. She is the BLACK FOREST GIRL' and is in excellent condition. Great colors in this hand-painted face and detailed costume. Gorgeous German Girl!
Item Exactly As Pictured, May Have Wear from play, May have paint wear & scrapes. Tested and works properly. Ships First Class with a tracking number to US addresses, including APO/FPO addresses, EXCLUDING NEW YORK State. Please note that all orders shipped to the state of New York will be CANCELLED!!
Adorable German celluloid girl figurine. // Very good condition with no dents or holes, but the front is faded, as you can see when you look a the back. // Made in Germany in the 1920s, marked with Turtle logo. // Little girl wears an adorable 1920s style dress with bloomers, carrying flowers in her skirt, little painted black shoes and headband. // Measures 4.5" tall. // A lovely piece for celluloid toy collectors.
This nice pair of tin lithographed turtle penny toys is rather unusual. When pushed, their arms and heads move. The smaller one is marked JAPAN and is somewhat spotty. The larger turtle has beautiful lithography and is in near mint condition with a nice glossy finish. It is also marked JAPAN with SF in an oval on the front arms beneath the shell (not pictured). DIMENSIONS: Larger turtle measures 2.75" long x 1.75" wide x .75" tall. Smaller turtle measures 2.5" long x 1.5" wide x .5" tall
It is very doubful that this little lady will win the race, but she seems very content riding on top of this hard shelled turtle! and who knows? Turtles bring luck... so she IS a winner! Giclee measures 11"X14" and is also available in 16"X20". Each Giclee comes with a hand-painted knob and ribbon attached for easy installing. Just mark a place on the wall and screw in the knob to hang your picture
Freddy B Turtle Bank Aviva 1975 with Ladybug Offering a cute Freddy B. Turtle bank dated 1975. He's got a sweet smile on his face and is giving a ladybug a ride on his shell. Overall great condition for a plastic toy bank, stopper still intact, removes easily and snaps back in place securely, colors are rich and bright. Freddy B. turtles in various poses and mediums such as banks, plush toys and jewelry, were popular in the late 1970s to 1980s. I can understand why, he is a cutie! The turtle, or tortoise,
Bathing Beauties from all time periods will always be collectible, but none are more interesting than those from the early 1900's. This wonderful and unusual china figurine depicts a 1920's beauty riding a large turtle. Her facial features include brown eyes, rosy checks and reddish-brown hair. Her mid-thigh, full-body swim suit is adorned with brown and blue designs with gold gilt trim. The unusual feature is she is astride a large land turtle figure. The figurine measures 3" in length and 3" in height and
Marked "Foreign, this Bathing Beauty measures 3.5" by 3.5". The paint is flawless and the glaze on the turtle has a nice shimmery aurora borealis look to it. There is a slight line in her arm from her shoulder to her elbow. Its visible in the picture but very small and minute in person. Serial number on bottom reads 10304.
These two turtle character dolls are from a Japanese fable. The bottom of the wood base to the tip of top of hair each measures approx. 6 1/2 - 7" tall. They have hand painted faces with side glancing eyes. The turtle with the light brown/titian hair is marked on the bottom of base: JAPAN in black ink and then has a store tag that reads: Futaba Doll Atelier Kochi. He has a small hole back of right leg. The dark brown hair turtle has two brown stains by the right part of his mouth and one at the right side
This Little Green Turtle has just come into the world and is busy exploring many interesting places! He is a handmade one of a kind creation and is a needle felted soft sculpture done with pure locally grown wool that I dyed with green KoolAid. He has two serious black eyes and a serious little black mouth. He has two red markings just behind his eyes. His shell is firmly felted in sections that are outlined with dark green, and highlighted with yellow. He has four sturdy green legs and a cute little tail.
This 16 inch celluloid doll was made by Schildkrot Puppen, Rhenish Gummi Celluloid Fabrik Company. This is the blond head doll named Christel and was made in 1938. Sweet face doll with blue glass eyes, red dot nostrils, red lips and upper painted teeth showing. All fingers are intact and in good condition. Christel has a rough feeling on chest, some slightly impressed areas on tummy, several small cracks at neckline, color loss on feet, and those typical rubbed off areas on the molded hair. Doll is dressed
18" Celluloid shoulder head doll glass eyes Turtle mark on back Shutz Mark . 1900 on. Looks to be original bloomers and slip. Black knit socks have been sewn on to keep them up I guess. I never removed them. I can tell through the knit that there is no damage to legs or feet. Dress is a made for her fit. Again , could be original to doll. Blonde mohair wig is a newer replacement. Original blue glass eyes have been set. fingers gone on one hand. Replaced shoes. a cute completely dressed doll, ready for your
This sweet Kathe Kruse doll comes to you dressed in a traditional felt Bavarian skirt, jacket, and hat. she has a one piece slip/pantie combo on under her outfit. Her original red shoes and white stockings adorn her feet. she has sleep eyes with some lashes missing and a rub on her left check. Doll is jointed. she has the turtle mark (Schildkrot) on the back of her neck and is marked with the turtle, Modell Kathe Kruse, T 40 on her upper back. She measures approximately 15 1/2 inches. Doll dates from the
Up for consideration Celluloid boy. He is about 13" tall. He is marked on the back of his shoulder plate "Germany / (turtle mark) / Schultzmarke / No. 10." This sweet boy has painted blue eyes with blonde hair. He is wearing green sweater set. His sweater does have holes in areas. He has antique under clothes. He has no breaks or cracks on him he does have a piece of tape on his left leg on the knee area. This doll came from a closed doll museum from central Mass
For your consideration is the cutest pair of Schildkrot (the German word for turtle)celluloid dolls, beautifully dressed in German Black Forest costumes circa 1930-40. The Turtle Mark as these dolls are also known as, is a raised turtle within a raised diamond shape, usually on the back of the neck of the doll. This is the trademark of the "Rheinische Gummi and Celluloid Fabrik" Company of Germany. This charming couple has their clothes glued onto their backs and I did not want to damage the clothes by
Here is an old celluloid doll. She is 18" tall and looks to be wearing her original clothing. She has silk satin body with celluloid head, arms, and legs. She is marked with a turtle in a diamond and her neck reads Germany 13 and the mark. The turtle mark is on her legs as well. She has sleep eyes but they will need to be fixed they are currently closed and we have never seen them open. She has dark hair that falls out easily and looks like real human hair?! She has no damage to her celluloid. Her dress is
Offered for adoption is the lovely celluloid character girl by Kathe Kruse. She has the most wonderful solemn expression. Painted facial features and brown human hair wig. She has the turtle mark on her back and below is marked Kathe Kruse (the turtle is pictured but guaranteed to also be marked Kathe Kruse). She is dressed in a fancy regional outfit. Love the big rim bonnet! Outfit does not appear to have been off of her. It does have soiling as shown but she still displays beautifully. Approx 18" tall
BE SURE TO SEE ALL THE GREAT DOLL ITEMS IN MY SHOP. Here are 3 little vintage dolls that could be great in a dollhouse or as a doll's doll. Two have their original clothes, 1 has the original hang tag and all 3 are celluloid. The chubby googly girl is 5" tall, jointed at the shoulder & hip and I can just make out the turtle mark under her sewn on dress. She is missing her wig, has some glue debris on the top of her head and a ding in the back of her head. She is seriously cute! The frozen Charlie style boy