Armand Marseille Doll Head

Title

Armand Marseille Doll Head

Subject

Toys
Dolls

Description

“Made in Germany 390 A5/0M” carved on the back of the head, this artifact was made by popular German doll manufacturing company, Armand Marseille. Armand Marseille primarily created bisque porcelain doll heads starting in 1885 after moving from Russia to Germany. At its peak, Armand Marseille was producing over 1,000 doll heads daily but shortly discontinued production in the 1930s.

Source

https://www.darabanth.com/en/online-auction/236/categories~Other-collectibles/Flea-Market~400022/Armand-Marseille-Made-in-Germany-390-A50M-antik-baba-porcelan-feju-fa-testu-mozgathato-veg~II1065812/

https://www.dollreference.com/armand-marseille-dolls-german/

https://www.carters.com.au/index.cfm/index/656-armand-marseille-dolls/#:~:text=Armand%20Marseille%20was%20born%20in,continued%20through%20to%20the%201930s.

https://www.thesprucecrafts.com/armand-marseille-dolls-774690#:~:text=Identifiable%20Marks,390%20is%20the%20mold%20number.

Roy S. Dickens, Jr and William R. Bowen, 1980

Publisher

Phoenix Project

Date

1910s

Contributor

Archaeological Methods (ANTH 4590/6590) Fall 2017 - Group 7
Summer 2023 HIP SI
Lauren Bagwell

Format

Weight: 45.6g
W: 53.5mm
H: 75.4mm
L: 55.9mm

Type

Porcelain
Ceramic

Identifier

a422, ACC 133

Coverage

9DA89

Collection

Citation

“Armand Marseille Doll Head,” The Phoenix Project , accessed June 17, 2024, https://martaphoenixproject.gsuanthropology.com/items/show/75.

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