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Falck & Roussel doll mark rabbit symbol beating a drum F.R. Depose

Falck et Roussel doll mark rabbit symbol beating drum symbol F.R. Depose 1885

Falck & Roussel doll mark Bébé Mignon No. 31

Falck & Roussel doll mark Bébé Mignon No. 31

 

A short lived French doll maker, Falck and Roussel, also known as Adolphe Falck of Paris, France, made dolls with bisque heads on composition and wood jointed bodies with molded painted hair and eyes or Bébés with glass eyes and wigged. 

Some of Falck bisque doll heads may have come from Francois Gauthier. 

The few Falck & Roussel dolls that come to market, are of high quality and high values. Falck & Roussel doll trade name was Bébé Mignon.  In 1899 Falck became part of SFBJ.

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