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c. 1850

Clothed doll porcelain, brown artificial hair, long plaits with red ribbon, jointed arms, elbows and knees.
Blue eyes, sleeping lids, teeth.
Face, lips, brows and cheeks painted.

Historical information

Owned by McCluney family.
Clothes made by Mrs Whitfield.
(Doll was dressed when donated to the museum collection.)



Registration number
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Height or length
37 cm
Inscriptions and markings

8- - 1826 on back of doll

c. 1850
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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Doll, porcelain & wood
Doll, porcelain & wood

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