I found this doll at a thrift shop. It has a red rose on it's rear and the numbers 4984 on his back. Anyone see one before?
I'm sorry, but I am unfamiliar with any brand that uses a rose on the bottom of a doll.
It's possible someone placed the rose there for their own reasons and is not a brand mark.
I can only suggest you contact several of the doll forums, as these members have a lot of knowledge about antique/vintage dolls.
You will need to add a few items to the description before asking for their help.
I purchased this "doll" on eBay and it is marked on the bottom "Sharon Kaminisy 91" I don't know if this is the maker. I found another doll maker "Debbie Garlem" on the Bittersweet Pastimes site and I thought this doll looked a little like her work, any thoughts.
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I have this black baby doll that is I believe is made of composition, but I'm not positive. The arms and legs are held together with rubber bands. The hair, eyes, red fingernails, and facial features are all painted. The diaper/underwear is hand-sewn.