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Identifying Markings on Porcelain Dolls

What do these markings mean?
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August 11, 20170 found this helpful

Markings on the back of doll's head can mean different things but generally always describe the maker, maybe the artist, usually a number in a series (2/5000) would mean number 2 doll out of a series of 5000 that was produced, a mold number, date made and could mean other things.

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Here are a couple of links that explain these markings.

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http://www.ebay … 002700339/g.html

If all you are wanting to know is what do these markings mean on your doll then it would help someone identify her better if we had other photos, more information about the doll (how old is the doll, how did you acquire it, what names have you been told associated with the doll, size of doll). There is not enough information in the markings for me to identify the doll (this type of marking would probably need to be seen by a doll collector and they may still need more information).
You may be able to take the doll to a vintage or antique doll store for help or you can go to some sites that have ID markings listed (photos) and sift through (maybe hundreds) to see if you can find your markings.

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Maybe someone else will have a better idea of these markings.

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August 11, 20170 found this helpful

I am not familiar with these markings. There may be markings on the doll's chest, back or feet. You need to know how old the doll was and who made it to determine the value.

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August 11, 20170 found this helpful

Everyone wants to know how to identify a porcelain doll from time to time. Therefore, The Spruce has made a guide called Identify Your Doll It is a doll identification guide. You can find the guide here:
https://www.the … your-doll-773879

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