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Below is a list of past German doll makers; Company names, dates of operation, doll mold numbers, identifying marks; letters or initials, trade names and symbols.  Names beginning with Porzellanfabrik or similar, are listed under name of owner or town.  Abbreviation Gebr. = Gebrüder (brother or brothers).

 

Note:  C and K, C and Z, I and J - can all be spelled phonetically and interchangeably in German and in old script ß equals the SS sound. 

 

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Abicht & Co 1897-1914 Illmenau, Thüringia

Abt & Franke 1865-1922 Hanover, Prussia

Aelteste Volkstedter Porzellanfabrik 1858-1922

   - also called Rudolph Heinz

J. V. Albert Jr. 1851-1909 Frankfurt

All Bisque Dolls 1880+ various

ABG Alt, Beck Gottschalck 1854-1930

  - also called Porzellanfabrik von Alt

Amberg & Hergershausen rubber 1924-25

   - doll mark AHABE, AHABA

Louis Ammer 1893-1903

F. Anger Müller 1927-1928

   - Fancora Wunder Baby doll

Hugo Anschutz 1895-1898

Antique Mechanical Dolls 1850-1900s  

Anton-Russell Doll Co 1924-1925

Apfelbaum & Batzner celluloid 1925-1927

Arlington Toy Co 1920-1924 & USA

J. M. Arnold celluloid dolls1918-1934

Max Oscar Arnold 1877-1930

H. A. Arnoldi Doll Co 1899-1909

Else Arrenberg Doll Co 1920-1930

 

R. Backhausen 1891-1897

Bagge & Hanck 1920 Bavaria

Bahr & Proschild 1871-1919

Lilli & Roman Baitz composition 1909-1938

Fritz Bartenstein multi face dolls 1879-1898

  - doll mark Deutsches Bartenstein U.S.P. #243, 752 Heinrich Bätz doll mold 871, 1913, 1914 1913-1930

Bauer & Richter celluloid 1922-1927

   - also called Rodaer Puppenfabrik

Oskar Bauer doll mold 300, 400 in 1926

Emil Bauersachs dolls 1882-1920s

  - doll mark EBVR, EBASCO

Bauersachs & Henninger 1882-1884

  - renamed Arthur Schonau 1884-1925+

Karl Baumann doll mark KB 1922

Bawo & Dotter 1838-1913 Limoges, NY, Karlsbad

   - doll mark B & D, B & D Ltd, Pat. Dec.7/80

   Barclay Baby Belle Germany

Bayerische Celluloid Warenfabrik 1897-1926

Iris Beaumont art doll mark I.B. 1922-1926

Bébé Tout en Bois wood dolls 1901-1914

  - accepted as French, probably German

Adelbert Beck dolls 1910-1941+

Gebrüder Beck dolls 1881-1913+

Gebrüder Beck & Glaser doll mark TPK 1897-1941

   - Königsee Porzellanfabrik, Thuringia

Richard Beck & Co doll mark RBW 1903

Beck & Schulze doll mold 176 1883-1930

Belton Type antique dolls 1870s-1900

   - accepted as French, probably German  

Albin Berghold dolls 1903-1924

CM Bergmann 1888-1931

Josef Bergmann papier mache 1883-1891

S. Bergmann Jr. & Co doll mark PN 1920

   - Neuhaus an Rennweg & Igelshieb Porzellanfabrik

Carl Bergner 1860-1930s

Rolf Berlich cloth dolls 1920-1924

   - doll mark symbol of a stitched cloth doll hand

Emile Berliner gramaphone dolls 1890-1894

Berliner Celluloidfabrik 1895

   - also known as Kuntz & Co

Berliner Pupperfabrik 1890-1925+

   - also called C. M. Schmalfuss

L. Bierer doll mark head symbol 1845-1930

Fritz Bierschenk 1906-1927

Bild Lilli 1950s

Bing Brothers Co 1882-1932

  - 1917 Concentra, a holding company

Bing Kunstlerpuppen und stoff - SpielwarenGesellschaft 1921-1932

Emil Bischoff doll mark E.B. 1863-1892

Bisque Antique Doll Menu 1860+

Ernst Bohne China dolls 1854-1930

   - doll mark an anchor symbol

Bohnke & Zimmermann 1902-1922

George Borgfeldt dolls 1881-1959 US - exporthaus

Boudoir dolls 1915-1930s

Resi Brandl dolls 1923-1924 Berlin

    - doll mark Bufli, RB

Hermann Brandner & Co 1921-1922

Ernst Bruchlos 1894-1930+

Georg Bruchlos doll mark GMS 1883-1930

Valentin M. Bruchlos doll mark VMB 1907-1930

Oskar Buchner doll mark OB 1923-1925

Brückner & Och dolls 1918-1930 Stockheim

Max Buchhold dolls 1868-1930s

Burggrub Porzellanfabrik 1901-1953

  - see Schoenau & Hoffmeister

H. Buhl & Sohn dolls 1780-1920s

   - doll mark BHSG, B-S + #

Paul Buhl doll mark Tago 1910-1925+

Theodor Buschbaum doll mark TEBU 1859-1928

Wilhelm Buschow celluloid dolls 1869-1929

Buschow & Beck metal head dolls 1888-1930s

Butler Brothers 1877-1935 USA & GER

 

Cantzler & Hoffmann celluloid dolls 1906-1930

   - then Caco Company 1952-1980s W. GER

   doll mark CaHo,  after 1952+ doll mark Caco

Max Carl & Co China dolls 1891-1905

Robert Carl dolls 1895-1929

Catterfeld Puppenfabrik 1894-1930s

    - bisque heads by Kestner, doll mark CP

   doll molds 91, 200, 201, 205, 206, 207, 208,

   209, 210, 217, 218, 219, 220, 262, 263, 264,

   265, 270, 502, 1100, 1200, 1357

Celba Celluloid Warenfabrik 1923-1960s    

  - also called Schoberl & Becker

China Head Doll Menu 1840s-1900s

Closter Veilsdorf Porzellanfabrik China dolls

  - or Kloster Veilsdorf Porzellanfabrik 1760-1925

   doll mark trefoil, CV, doll name Mabel,

   doll mold 500, 503, 532, 900

Cloth Doll Menu 1860+

Grete Cohn doll mark Grecon 1918-1921

Max Cohn dolls 1911-1922

Conta & Bohme China dolls 1804-1937

Crämer & Héron doll mold 22 1892-1920s

   - also Mengersgereuth Porzellanfabrik 1908-1930s

Creidlitz or Rose, Schulz Co dolls 1908-1923

Curnen & Steiner 1890s-1910+

    - doll mark C & S Germany on a ribbon

    

Carl Daum 1921-1925

Carl Debes & Sohn dolls 1905-1906

Ad. Dehler 1895-1914

Carl Dehler dolls doll mark D.G. 1883-1884

E. Dehler doll mark ED, EDH 1866-1921

Karl Dehler Bébé Diamant 1931

Wilhelm Dehler 1872-1894

  - dist. in Paris, France, England, USA

Theodor Degenring 1881-1897+

  - doll mold 1514, 1563, 1566, 1569, 1571

Delly Puppenfabrik 1925

Demalcol 1921-1924

   - Dennis, Malley Co. London & Germany

DEP Dolls 1880s+

Josef Deuerlein before 1907-1925

   - doll mark IDEN, a teddy bear in a circle

   with a banner and Hercules or Kolundra

Deutsche Kolonial Kapok Werke 1907-1925

   - stuffed toys marked DEKAWE Spieltiere & Puppen

Diamont Doll Co. 1950s

M. Dieckmann doll mark STF

Johannes Gotthilf Dietrich 1919-1928

   - doll mark Igodi, Jgodi

Erich Dittmann celluloid dolls 1948-1960s

Dittrich & Schön metal head dolls 1886-1890

   - 1887-1890 Robert Hiller, 1890 Buschow & Beck

Nicol Bernhard Dobrich dolls 1878-1899

   - doll mold 304, 305, 2722, 4200, 4480

Doll Glossary and doll terms explained

Gebrüder Döring stuffed dolls 1907-1925+ Thür.

Dornheim, Koch & Fischer 1860-1937 Gräfenroda

   - doll mark XV over DKF, doll mold 882

   bisque figures with Dresden type flowers 1880-1890s

Julius Dorst wooden dolls 1839-1930s

   - doll mark D, HD, symbol eight point star JD

Cuno & Otto Dressel 1789-1942

Fritz Dressel Doll Factory 1901-1927

    - doll mold 201, 202, 203, 210, 211, 212, 220, 225,

   230, 240

Hugo Dressel Toy Export 1881-1897

   - 1897 joined Leven & Sprenger

Dressel, Kister & Co China dolls 1840-1925+

   - doll mark DKP, symbol of a staff

Dressel & Koch doll mark D & K 1893-1897

   - 2nd name Koch & Weithase 1897-1902

     3rd name Hering & Weithase 1902+

Dressel & Pietschmann Doll & Toy Factory 1923

   - doll mark D & PC

Wilhelm Dressel 1895-1920

Henrietta Dunker 1923

   - doll mark Mein Stern in a six pointed star

 

Earthenware Dolls 1844+

D. Eberhardt 1909-1920

Johannes Chr. Eberlein 1853-1926

   - bathing dolls, dolls heads

O. Eberwein & Co doll mark Strandfee 1923

Eck. Berthold doll mark a stags head 1876

Gebrüder Eckardt (Eckart) 1820-1930+ & London

    - doll mark GEO, doll mold 540, 992

Rud Eckardt dolls 1895 Prussia

W. & R. Eckardt (Eckart) dolls 1924-1930+

Heinrich Eckert 1901-1905

Rudolf Eckold 1920-1921

Hermann Eckstein doll mark ECCO 1899-1920

Eckstein & Co 1924-1925

Edmund Edelmann 1921-1933

Gustave Ehrlicher or Erlicher 1903-1908

Louis Ehrlicher 1907-1920

Christian Eichhorn & Sohn 1909-1930

Edwin Ferdinand Eichorn 1895-1918

Franz Eichorn 1895-1918

Martin Eichhorn 1889-1930s

Eisenmann & Co 1881-1940 Furth, Bavaria

  - doll mark Einco, doll mold 126, 8723

   also in London, called King of the Toy Trade

Isidor Eisenstadt & Co 1895-1902

Erste Steinbacher Porzellanfabrik 1900-1937+

   -  founded by Max Kiesewetter of Sonneberg, Th.

   doll mark EStP in an oval, doll mold 510

   successor Hugo Wiefel & Co 1912-1926

   1923-1937 Robert Carl & Gustav Heubach owners

Erzgebirge wood dolls 1920s

E. Escher Jr. 1880-1905+

JG Escher & Sohn 1790-1928

 

Fashion Lady Dolls 1860-1930s

Fasold & Stauch doll figurines 1903-1972

Carl Feiler & Co doll mark CF & Co 1900-1903

Arno. Fischer doll mark Fischer 1907-1925+

Bernhard Fischer Taufling dolls 1864-1911

Louis Fischer dolls 1897-1918

Naumann Fischer & Co 1852-1938

   - doll mark FN & C, FNI, FNJ, Fr. H & Co Patent

Adolf Fleischmann papier mache dolls 1844-1881

 - then A. Fleischmann & Cramer 1881-1925+

Ernst Fleischmann - see next

Eduard Fleischmann & Sohn dolls 1877-1896

   - Johann's children succeeded

Gebrüder Fleischmann doll mark GFN 1879-1928+

Ernst & Johann Paul Fleischmann dolls 1853-1877+

Fleischmann & Bloedel 1873-1926 Fürth

   - (or Blödel) and offices in Paris, FR 1909-1926

   successor J. Berlin 1911-1926

A.M.A. Flinzer-Thierfelder dolls & toys 1840-1873+

Florig & Otto doll mark FO 1920-1922

   - trademark Florigotto, symbol of a couple

Albert Förster doll mark symbol bear AF 1929

Emil Föster 1895-1920

Gustave Förster 1922-1930s

   - doll mark symbol man with a rifle

Arno Frank & Co doll mold 100 in 1902-1904

Franz & Hachmeister dolls 1872-1875

Johannes Franz doll mold 5332 1871-1913

   - doll mark symbol couple holding hands

F. W. Freitag & Co before 1923

   - then Thuringer Puppen & Spielwarenfabrik

Frickmann & Robert Lindner 1911-1925

Karl Frickmann 1925-1929

Friedrichrodaer Puppenfabrik 1902-1925+

   - doll mark FP, doll mold 890a,

   see Otto Jager, Fritz Jäger 1911-1913,

   also known as; Gebrüder Jäger, Jäger & Co.

Frozen Charlotte or Frozen Charlie dolls

 

Galluba & Hofmann 1888-1926

   - doll mark G & H J, doll mold 475 plus others

Otto Gans 1901-1930

Gans & Seyfarth Puppenfabrik 1908-1922

  - then Seyfarth & Reinhardt 1922-1930

Georg Gebert doll mark G 1890-1907+

H. Geisler & Co 1898-1900

  - see also Bruno Schmidt

German Mystery Puppen Doll

Carl Geyer & Sohn doll factory 1882-1931

   - doll mark Bébé Habille, Lilliput,

   symbol upside down smoking horn

Edgard Goldstein & Co doll mark EG 1919-1921

William Goebel dolls 1867-1930s

Max Louis Goebel dolls 1895-1911

    - M. L. Goebel dolls 1911-1913

   now owned by Alfred Fasold

Walter Goebel dolls 1928

   - doll mark Muing

Goethe Frieda doll taufling +1911

C. Goetz & Co. dolls 1898-1901

Max Göhring dolls 1921-1930+

Alfred Golschiner art dolls 1907-1925 Berlin

Googly Eye Dolls 1912-1938

Gotha Porzellanfabrik 1892-1930

   - see Fritz Pfeffer of Gotha, Thuringia

Gotha Puppenindustrie doll mark PIGO 1924

Arthur Gotthelf doll mark Ulla puppe 1922+

Götz Puppenfabrik 1950-2004

Götz & Heine dolls 1906-1913

August Götzinger dolls 1843-1855

Martin Grabner papier mache dolls 1820

Heinrich Graeser doll mold 206, 1180 in 1889-1892

Gräfenthal Porzellanfabrik China 1861-1880+

  - Unger, Carl Schneider, Hutschenreuther 1881+

    see Carl Erben Schneider

Greif Puppenkunst 1926-1928

Greiner & Co doll mark G & Co 1860-1909

  - called Kuhnert & Egli 1909-1938

 Greiner Family 1760-1937

  - see Limbach Porzellanfabrik

Fr. Chr. Greiner & Sohn dolls 1890s

   - also see Rauenstein Porzellanfabrik

Adolf Greuling 1894-1907

   - doll molds 207, 208, 209, 500, 501, 502

Carl Greuling 1904 Sonneberg, Thuringia

Grödner Tal wood dolls 1700s+

Ernst Grossman doll mark EG 1880

Oskar Günthel celluloid dolls 1908-1930s

C. E. Gunther doll mark CEGD 1922

Gunthersfeld Porzellanfabrik 1884-1918+

  - doll mark crossed swords G

Gura dolls 1950s

  - small tourist paper-mâché or celluloid dolls

  possibly a trade name - not doll mfg.

Guttmann & Schiffnie 1897-1924

  - doll mark GS, G & $, Guschi, doll trade names;

   Bébé l' Avenir,  Bébé Coiffure, Mona Lisa,

   Boy Scouts, Eclaireur

 

Gebrüder Haag wax dolls 1878-1925+

Hermann Hachmeister 1872-1930s

Hahn & Co doll mark Hanco 1921

Simon Hahn doll mark SIHA 1921-1923

Hamburger & Co. doll exporter 1889-1910 and USA

Christian Friedrich Hammer dolls, Docken 1730+

Hammer Munitionswerk - Hawadit doll heads 1920

Henrich Handwerck 1876-1932

Max Handwerck 1899-1930

Carl Harmus Jr. 1873-1930

  - doll mark Harmus, doll mold 313, 800

Carl Hartmann celluloid dolls 1889-1930

Karl Hartmann 1911-1926

Hauser Co 1922+  also in Austria

Paul Hausmeister gelatin doll heads 1909

   - doll mark stork standing on one foot

Heber & Co dolls 1900-1922

   - doll mark HC, doll mold 514

Else L. Hecht art doll mark Hecht Puppe 1913-1926

Gunther Heine dolls 1920-1922

Elizabeth Heine & Karl Schneider 1920-1922

Therese Heininger dolls 1924-1925

   - doll mark Rose Hein Puppen

Geschwister Heinrich 1926-1931

   - cloth stuffed Art dolls, doll mark Maya

Alfred Heinz doll mold 650 in 1906-1926

Rudolph Heinz & Co dolls 1858-1922

  - also Aelteste Volkstedter Porzellanfabrik

  doll molds 9500, 9501

Arthur Heinze mechanical dolls 1910-1911

Berthold Helk doll mark BEHA 1918-1927

Adolf Heller doll mark AH 1909-1925

   H continued above

   H continued

Alfred Heller doll mark Diana 1901-1910

Heller & Seyfarth 1909-1916

L. Henze & Steinhauser 1897-1925

   - doll mark girl with dolls symbol

Julius Hering & Sohn 1893-1923

   - doll marks Viktoria JH, JH & S, JHS

Julius Hering & Weithase doll mark JH & W 1902+

  - 3rd name for Dressel & Knoch

Hermsdorfer Celluloid Warenfabrik 1925-1927

Carl Hermann 1914-1926

Gottlieb Herold Täufling dolls 1909-1925

Gustav Herold Täufling dolls 1895-1925

   - doll mark PAMA (or Gottlieb's mark ?)

Hertel, Schwab & Co 1910-1930s

  - also called Stutzhauser Porzellanfabrik

Hertwig & Co 1864-1941

Herzlieb Puppenfabrik 1928-1930s

Herzpuppen Fabrik doll mark HPF 1923

Albin Hess doll mark ASH 1918-1923

Theodore Hess & Co celluloid dolls 1918-1930

Ernst Heubach Koppelsdorf 1887-1932

Friedrich & Frieda Heubach 1909-1921

Gebrüder Heubach 1843-1938

Gustav Heubach doll mark GH 1923-1937

Hugo Heubach 1894-1925+

Carl Heumann celluloid dolls 1918-1930

Hermann Heyde doll marks HH, HHD 1909-1918

Robert Hiller metal head dolls 1887-1890

   - doll mark RH a swan symbol

Annette Himstedt 1986-2008

Carl Hoffmeister celluloid dolls 1890-1925

Christian Hopf doll mold 486 Elisabeth 1885-1948+

Carl Horn Nachf tiny dolls 1916-1930 Dresden

  - doll trademark CHND horn symbol

Theodor Hornlein doll mark TH 1879-1924

Adolf Hülß or Adolf Hulss 1913-1930s

  - doll mark AHW, looks like ARW or AßW

   doll mold 156, 176

Dr. P. Hunaeus Celluloidwarenfabrik 1890-1930

 

Oskar Iageman 1912-1920

B. Illfelder & Co 1862-1925+
    - as Illfelder Spielwaren dolls 1901+

    Fürth, Bavaria and New York City, USA

    doll marks B.I. & CoB.J. & Co

    doll mold 30, 101, doll names;

    My Sweetheart doll, Merry Widow doll,

    Rosebud A.M., 501 Nippon, B.J. Nippon

Leopold Illfelder & Co wax dolls 1882-1894

Carl A. Illing doll mark ILLCO, JLLCO 1925-1930+

Ilmenauer Porzellanfabrik 1777-1930

   - doll mark star symbol J 1777, I, JPF, a trefoil

Ferdinand Imhof walking dolls 1898-1909

   - German - DRP No. 119857 Patent Landep,

   France - Patent Brevete 305-269 SGDG

Indra Kunstwerkstatten doll mark Indra 1922-1923

Insam & Prinoth wood dolls 1820-1930s

 

Otto Jäger doll mark F.P., doll mold 890a 1902-1925

  - see Friedrichrodaer Puppenfabrik

Julius Jeidel doll mark Bi Ba Bo 1908

Walter Jugelt 1924-1925

Jacob Jung celluloid dolls 1912

 

KPM Konigliche Porzellan Manufaktur 1710+

   - King's Porcelain Factory, Meissen

    doll mark KPM, crossed swords, China dolls

    doll mark crossed sword doll mold 756

Cark Kalbitz, KaLuTu art dolls 1866-1930+

Kalbitz & Junge dolls 1899-1905

Edi Kallista dolls 1922

Kammer & Reinhardt 1886-1932

Kämpfe, Heubach & Sontag 1763-1894

   - Wallendorf Porzellanfabrik, cradle of Thuringia.

    then Kämpfe & Heubach china dolls 1874-1894+

   1874-94 or 1904 made dolls marked W + a size #

August Friedrich Karl 1926-1927

Marion Kaulitz, see Munich Art Dolls

Keramisches Werk Gräfenhain 1932-1943

   - see Simon & Halbig

Kestner, King of Doll Makers 1820-1938

Kewpie dolls, German, Japan, USA 1909+

Alwin Kiesewetter 1907-1925 Coburg, Thüringia

Anton Kiesewetter 1884-1918 Neustadt, Thür.

Vve. Anton Kiesewetter 1918-1925

Franz or Hermann Kiesewetter 1912+ Neustadt

Georg B. Kiesewetter 1895-1906 Sonneberg, Thür.

Max Kiesewetter 1900+ Sonneberg, Thür

   - see Erste Steinbacher Porzellanfabrik

Reinhardt Kiesewetter 1898 Neustadt, Thür.

A. W. Fr. Kister China dolls 1834-1930+

   - doll mark KPM X

Kley & Hahn dolls 1895-1931

CF Kling & Co dolls 1834-1941

Johann Heinrich Kletzin & Sons 1922-1926

   - doll mark laurel wreath symbol

Erich Klotzer doll mark EK 1897+

Edmund & Guido Knauth 1872-1930s Orlamünde, Th

  - doll mark Knauth, doll mold 50, 301, 501

Knigseer ARI Germany GDR doll house 1960s+

Edmond Knoch 1896-1925+

   - doll mark EK + a crown in a circle

Gebrüder Knoch 1877-1919

Knoch & Weithase doll mark K & W 1897-1902

   - 2nd name of Dressel & Knoch

Kohl & Wengenroth celluloid dolls 1902-1926

MOKO Moses Kohnstam 1867-1935

M. Kollner bathing dolls 1923-1925

Carl Knoll Porzellanfabrik 1842-1945 Fischern

Andreas Konig 1890-1909

   - Santa Claus dolls, Baby dolls

Konig & Rudolph 1911-1912 (1st name)

   - Konigskinder dolls (Kings children dolls)

Konig & Wernicke dolls 1912-1935 (2nd name)

  - also spelled Koenig

Gustave Korn doll mark GK 1903-1927

Carl Krahmer doll mark CFK, doll mold 66 in 1915

Otto Krampe 1902-1903

   - Dornroshen, Sleeping Beauty doll

Otto Krause 1890-1903

Arthur Krauss doll mold 740 in 1919-1930

Gebrüder Krauss doll mark G br K 1863-1921

Samuel Krauss 1853-1873

Werner Krauth doll mark symbol a world globe 1920

Johannes Kriege 1904-1905

   - Das Susse Trudelchen (translation below)

     The Sweet Little Dancer - doll trademark

Adolph Krohl doll mark AK 1830-1898

Kathe Kruse cloth dolls 1910-2001

   - doll mark 9771, 9774, 10116, 81971

Kuch Porzellanfabrik 1877+

   - see Wagner & Apel Porzellanfabrik

Franz Kuhles 1909-1925+

   - or Ohrdrufer Puppen und Spielwarenfabrik

Bertold Kuhn doll mold 401, 402 in 1927-1928

Gebrüder Kuhnlenz 1884-1935

Lambert & Samhammer doll mark LS in 1872-84

Adolph Landsberger doll mark ALB in 1907-1909

Hermann Landshut & Co 1894-1898

  - on foot 66543, doll mark Linon on a banner

Fritz Langbein 1918-1925+

Georg Langbein 1915-1925+

Oscar Langbein 1908-1925+

Alfred Lange doll mark May Blossom 1923

Erben G. Lange wood dolls 1853+

Aloys Lechleitner 1866-1925+

Hans Leh doll mark L in 1890-1925+

Ernst Paul Lehmann mechanical 1881-1925+

   - tin walking dolls, Buschow celluloid head

   doll mark EL, ELP, ENGL-Patented,

   R bell symbol L Patent

Leibe & Hofmann doll mark L & H in 1772-1888

Rudolf Leschhorn doll mold 777 in 1924-1930s

Julius Leuthausser Täuflings wax dolls 1879-1926

Richard Leutheuser 1886-1924

H. Josef Leven dolls 1912-1938

   - doll mark DURA, HJL

   merger of Hugo Dressel and Leven & Sprenger

Leven & Sprenger 1891-1912

   - multi face dolls, leather, baby, poupards dolls

J. Levie dolls 1925-1926

Ernst Liebermann celluloid dolls 1894-1930

   - doll mark EL, Eli, Violet

Georg Nicol & Louis Liebermann 1902-1909

   - doll mark 201013, patent for sound device

Heinrich Liebermann doll mold 1601 in 1924-1927

Gustav Liedel papier mache dolls 1855+

Limbach Porzellanfabrik 1772-1937

Edmund Lindner 1829-1902

Louis Lindner & Söhn 1830-1928

   - doll mark LL & S

Loffler & Dill 1887-1932 (and London)

   - doll mark L & D, L & DS

     merged with Eduard Schmidt 1904-1925   

     doll trade names Sico, Sicora

Lona Art celluloid dolls 1927+

Anni Lonz doll name Alah 1923-1924

Lowenthal & Co papier mâché dolls 1838-1897

Ilse Ludecke cloth art dolls 1917+

   - doll mark Trachtenpuppen Schwetzingen

   Deutschland Schleßsplatz Frhorinzen

Oskar Ludwig 1897-1916

August Luge & Co 1881-1930+

   - doll trademark Pat A Cake,

   doll mold 283, 725, 740, office; London & Paris

Ferdinand Luge 1880-1924

A. Luthard Täufling baby dolls 1909-1918

Eg. Mich Ernst Luthardt doll mark Luta in 1868-1938

Louis Philipp Luthardt doll mark LPL in 1909-1921+

Fritz Lutz 1913-1925

   - trade name Jing Go Ring doll

  doll mold 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1007

Georg Lutz doll mark GL in 1887-1906

Arno Lutzelberger & Co 1923-1925

  - also known as Thuringer Spielwaren-Fabrik

   doll mark Ai-Ai

Hermann Lutzelberger 1895-1925+

J. N. Lutzelberger 1873-1909

 

Ernst Maar & Sohn dolls 1917-1928+

  - doll mark M, 3 M's, MMM

Ma. E. Maar dolls 1920-1925+

Robert Maaser celluloid dolls 1911-1930

   - bisque, celluloid, composition doll heads

   best known for baby dolls with a movable jaw

Maienthau & Wolff 1927-1930s

Mälzer dolls 1897-1907

Mannheimer Gummi Gutta Percha und Asbest Fabrik dolls 1907-1911

August Mansert 1908-1925+

Karl Manuzmann doll name Mimosa 1923-24

Marie Maré-Schur art dolls 1909-1918

Marienfeld Porzellanfabrik 1892-1899

  - 1900-03 Voigt & Müller, then Hertwig & Co

   doll mark M on a five sided shield

Sigismund Markmann doll mark SMB in 1902-1930

Marottes or Schwenker - doll head on a stick

Armand Marseille 1885-1950s

Martinroda Porzellanfabrik of Eger & Co. 1901

Eduard  Wilhelm Matthes doll mold 192 1853-1928

   - doll mark Ursula, Friedel, Spielzeug E.W. Matthes

Edith Maus 1925-1927

   - doll mark a mouse symbol, Strampelchen

Carl Max & Co 1897-1914

George Mechtold & Co 1894-1915

Meissen 1710+

 - also called Konigliche Porzellan Manufaktur

Mengersgereuth Porzellanfabrik 1908-1930  

   - also Crämer & Héron 1892-1920s

    doll mark PM, Grete, Hans, Herzi, Trebor

    doll molds 22, 23, 255, 800, 828, 830, 900, 904,

     914, 916, 924, 926, 927, 928, 929, 950

Metal Head Doll Menu 1861-1930s

Erich Metzels 1893-1897

Gebrüder Metzler & Ortloff 1864-1928

   - doll mark EM, doll mold 890

Richard Metzler wax & wood dolls 1884-1928

Edmond Metzner 1889-1925+

Carl Meyer celluloid dolls 1899-1921

Erna Meyer 1940s-1950s

   - cloth doll house dolls, lilliputin-püppchen

Hermann Meyer 1926-1930

Amandus Michaelis & Co 1870-1918

   - doll marks AM or a standing man

     both marks inside a triangle

Hugo Michaelis & Co 1887-1892

  - see Rauenstein Porzellanfabrik 1892+

M. Michaelis & Co 1914-1923

Milliners Model papier mache doll 1840s-1860s

   - mannikin dolls to display clothing fashions

Mittelland Gummiwerke rubber dolls 1924-1927

August Möller & Sohn celluloid dolls 1915-1928

  - doll mark AMUSO, doll mold 70, 100, 1920

Moller & Dippe doll mark MDU in 1879-1913

Moll's Doll Co 1950s-1960s

  - Trachten Puppen or Costume Doll

Otto Morgenroth & Co 1905-1920

   - trade name American Queen doll, Ciotha

Carl Moritz doll mark CT in 1840-1930

Moritz Pappe doll mark seven point star in 1869-30s

Hof-Moschendorf Porzellanfabrik 1878-1925+

   - doll mark PM mark, see Otto Reinecke

Carl Motschmann 1918-1925+

Christoph Motschmann 1855-1860s

   - Patent 29 April 1857 Ch. Motschmann

     Sonneberg voice box, (also made in Japan)

Motschmann & Huffner 1879-1897

Andrew (Andreas) Müller 1894-1923

   - doll mark AMN, crown over 2 crossed poles

Carl Müller 1883-1930

   - see Sonneberger Porzellanfabrik

Ch. B. Müller & Mälzer 1888-1907 Illmenau

C. G. Müller & Sohn 1797+ Sonneberg

Johann Friedrich Müller 1805+ Sonneberg

Müller & Fröbel 1900-1921

   - doll mark person in a square trademark

Müller & Kaltwasser doll mark MUKA in 1927-1935

Müller & Liebermann 1900-1929

   - also called Karl Müller, doll mark KM Co

Louis Müller 1918-1925+

Max Müller 1909-1918

Müller & Strassburger 1863-1892

 - related to Johann F. Muller of Sonneberg

Wilhelm G. Müller celluloid dolls 1900-1930s

  - doll mold 221, 441, 5067, 5074, 5079, 5080

Julia Müller-Sarne doll mark JSM in 1922

Munich Art Dolls 1901-1923

  - founder Marion Bertha Kaulitz

   doll mark KI, K2, KIII,

   Münchner Künstler Kaulitzpuppen

 

August Nelke 1895-1915

Gustav Neubronner 1851-1918 Bavaria

Heinrich Neugebauer 1907-1925+

Neuhaus am Rennweg Porzellanfabrik 1913-1922

   - doll mark AV, PN, doll mold 9500, 9501

    was Rudolph Heinz & Co    

 

Nöckler & Tittel wood dolls 1849-1930s

  - doll mark NT, N & T, doll mold 412

Nonn & Sohn 1907-1923

Leo Nordschild 1923-1924

   - doll mark Bella Puppen

Nymphenburg 1761-1925+

   - State porcelain factory of Bavaria

 

Nikolaus Oberender 1908-1927

Obletter wooden doll verleger 1825-1859

H. Offenbacher & Co doll mark OCo in  1920-1924

Ohrdufer Handelsgesellschaft dolls 1922

   - doll mark Handora

Gebrüder Ohlhaver 1897-1928

Ondine Swimming Dolls 1890+ also France

Orben, Knabe & Co China doll mark OK 1909

 

Papier Mache Doll Menu 1760+

Patent Washable Dolls 1880-1910 Germany

Emil Paufler & Co papier mache 1876-1905

Alfred Pensky celluloid dolls 1919-1930s Bavaria

Hermann Pensky 1911-1930s

   - doll mark Pehalo, Hannalore, doll mold 1924

Albert Peterhänsel doll mold 421 in  1921-1925+

Heinrich Peters 1878-1925+ Prussia

Petz Spielwarenfabrik 1859-1930+ Neustadt

   - owned by the Kiesewetter family Thuringia

Dora Petzold doll mark DP in 1919-1930s

   - doll mold 254636

Fritz Pfeffer China dolls 1892-1930 Thuringia

Gebruder Pfeiffer 1873-1930s Köppelsdorf & Vienna

   - Gebrüder Pfeiffer; Emil, Fritz Pfeffer & Max

   doll mark EP, Marseille heads A560, 1894,

   Bébé EP, Tipple Topper EP, Huberta, Fritz,

   Hanka, Hubsy, Hubsy Clown, Puppen-Pfeiffer

Phoenix rubber dolls 1856-1925

Karl Pietsch doll mark KPN in 1897-1930

Erna Pinner 1913-1923

Plasty Doll Co, Barbie clone dolls 1960s+

Julius Plessner 1907-1920

Theodor Pohl China dolls 1878-1915

   - doll mark TP, doll mold 1907

   P continued above

   P continued

Pollack & Hoffmann China dolls 1902-1907

  - doll mark P & H, doll mold 1903, 1904

August Poppe 1844-1855

Portham & Sohn 1840-1860

Porzellanfabrik - listed by owner or town name

Preh GmbH 1949-1960

   - Plasticbaby, doll mark symbol angel baby

Preusser & Co 1909-1930

Preussing & Wilson 1914-1920

Lotte Pritzel wax head art dolls 1908-1920s

A. H. Proschöld China dolls 1897-1930s

Adolf Prouza 1920-1930s successor to Wenzel

  - Klein-Schwadowitz Porzellanfabrik

   doll mark AP, doll mold 1903

Wenzel Prouza 1905-1920 1st manager

  - Klein-Schwadowitz Porzellanfabrik

   doll mark WEP doll mold 1899

Pulvermacher & Westram 1864-1930

J. B. Purger wood peg dolls 1851-1896


   Q

Carl Quehl Doll Co 1851-1922

 

   R

Max Räder 1910-1913

  - doll mark R. DEP., doll mold 40, 47, 50

Rauch & Schelhorn doll mark R & SS 1923-25

Rauenstein Porzellanfabrik 1892+

  - also called Fr. Chr. Greiner & Sohn 

   doll mark Dora, G & Co, R=n, two crossed flags

   Alice No. 191 14/0 A Germany,

   doll mold 114, 191, 5430

Paul Rauschert bisque head Doll Factory 1898-1941

   - doll mark PR, doll mold 2144, 6600

Louis Reber 1910-1939

   - doll mark D.R.G.M. 897388, doll mold 1046

Phil Recknagel & Co 1881-1891

Theodor Recknagel 1886-1930

Goldmann Reich & Co celluloid dolls 1890-1927

August Reideler China dolls 1864-1972

   - also called Reideler & Bernhardt 1925+

    now called Puppen-Reideler 1973+

    ARI doll mark in a triangle inside a heart

Otto Reinecke 1879-1925+ Bavaria

   - Hof-Moschendorf Porzellanfabrik doll mark PM

   (Mengersgereuth also used the doll mark PM)

Max Reinhardt 1895-1909

W. Reinick celluloid dolls 1926

Adolf Reisenweber 1914-1924

Christoph Reisenweber papier m dolls 1861-1930s

Albert Reissmans 1881-1930s

Rempel & Breitung 1920-1930+ Sonneberg

  - doll mark 265 117 RB, doll mold 265

Rheinische Gummi Celluloid Fabrik 1873+

C. G. Richter 1816-1914 Saxony

H. Ring & Co 1886-1925+ Silesia

A. Rischel & Co 1893-1900

Rock & Berthold 1895-1918

Rock & Graner doll mark R & GN 1813-1911

Hermann Rogner 1924-1930s

Hermann Rosel doll mark PR in 1921

Louis Roth 1895-1909

Max Rudolph celluloid dolls 1908-1930

Rubber Doll Menu

 

S & Co doll mold 232 1854-1927

   - see also Swaine & Co

Philipp Samhammer 1872-1915

Samstag & Hilder Bros 1894-1920

   - distributor of Hug Me Kiddie dolls 

Samuel & Sohn 1907-1929

J. Samulon 1893-1930 Saxony

Karl Sander 1909-1924

Sannier & Caut 1890+

Sanoner, Senoner, Sononer wood 1800s+

Saarländische Puppenfabrik dolls 1922-1926

Sasha dolls by Morgenthaler 1964-2004

Rolf Sauberlic 1923 Prussia

August Sauer 1907-1929

Johannes Sauerteig 1865-1824

   - doll mark Jose Germany

Schäfer & Vater 1890-1941

Carl Schaitberger 1896-1925+

Otto Schamberger doll mark OS in 1922-1925

Karl Scheffler celluloid dolls 1926-1930s

Carl Scheidig Porzellanfabrik 1906-1972

   - doll mark symbol of an eagle, an arrow CS

Schelhorn or Schellhorn for all of the following:

August Schellhorn 1897-1925+

Heinrich Schellhorn celluloid dolls 1901-1935

Max Friedrich Schellhorn 1907-1925

  - doll mold 120, 121, 122, 123, 370, S370

   doll mark SS, 1907 Fluffy Ruffles doll (bisque)

Schepperdocken hollow wood dolls 1800s-1900s

   - hollow wooden dolls with stones inside to rattle

Peter Scherf 1879-1920s

Scherzer & Fischer doll mold 210 in 1887-1930

 - also called Richard Scherzer

O. Scheyer & Co doll name Mafuka in 1925

C. G. Schierholz & Sohn 1817+

  - hard paste porcelain, doll mark crossed lines

FM Schilling papier mache dolls 1871-1928

PM Schilling baby doll 1911

   - Baby Gelenkpuppen, jointed baby doll

Schilling & Zitzmann dolls 1899-1930

Schindhelm & Knaur 1919-1930

Carl Schirmer doll mold 556

Schlaggenwald China dolls 1793-1930+

   - China doll mark S + number

Oskar Schlesinger 1901-1903

  - doll molds 1015, 1025, 1030, 1035, 1040

Schlesische Spielwaren Fabrik 1926-1930

Albert Schlopsnies dolls 1909-1930+

   - artist, designer at Steiff

C. M. Schmalfuss 1890-1925+

   - also called Berliner Pupperfabrik

Gustav Schmey celluloid dolls 1853-1930

August Schmidt 1894-1927

Bruno Schmidt 1898-1930s

Carl Schmidt 1901-1926

Eduard Schmidt 1904-1925

   - doll trade names Sico, Sicora

Franz Schmidt 1890-1937

Gebrüder Schmidt 1930

Paul Schmidt 1922-1927

   - doll mark PESO, PS, PSSth, doll mold 4536

Heinrich Schmuckler 1891-1925+ Silesia

   - also Erste Schlesische Puppenfabrik

   doll mark Hesli on a rabbit symbol

Louis Schneegass & Co 1909-1923

Carl Erben Schneider Porzellanfabrik 1861-1970

   - Gräfenthal Porzellanfabrik

   trademark an vertical arrow thru a G

   doll mold 13944, 14389, 14790 plus others

Franz Schneider 1915-1925

Johannes Georg Schneider 1895

   - pos. doll mark J.S. on bisque doll heads

Otto Schneider 1913-1924

Robert Schneider 1909-1925

  - doll mark Rosch Co

Rudolf Schneider wood dolls 1912-1925+

Schneider & Hettich 1908-1920

Albert Schnepf 1903-1913

Schoberl & Becker celluloid dolls 1923-1960s

    - also called Celba Celluloid Warenfabrik

Gebrüder Schoenau Porzellanfabrik 1865-1920

   - doll mark triangle H, HGS, HX, S, XH

   1920+ Schoenau & Swaine of Hüttensteinach

Schoenau & Hoffmeister 1901-1953

Joseph Schön metal head dolls 1886-1887

Hermann Schott 1922-1927

Franz Schramm 1921-1930

Schreyer & Co doll mark Schuco in 1912-1930s

Alfred Schroeder papier mache dolls 1921-1926

Herman Schubert 1885-1928

Schuetzmeister & Quendt 1889-1930

  - also spelled Schutzmeister

L. Schünemann 1876-1909 Saxony

Schwarzkopf & Frober 1882-1927

Schwabische Celluloidwarenfabrik dolls 1913+

Emil Schwenk small dolls 1922-1925+ Monchroden

Schwenker - German word for Marotte

   - musical doll head on a stick

Feger Schwerdt & Co celluloid dolls 1904-1930

S. Schwerin doll mark Hedi 1918-1924 Silesi

Fritz or Paul Seelemann 1892-1927

Frau Mathilde Sehm celluloid dolls 1869-1930

Eduard Friedrich Seifert 1896-1920

Max Seifert 1902-1930s

Seligmann & Mayer doll mark S & M 1925-1930

Hugo Seyfarth & Reinhardt dolls 1922-1930

August Siebeneicher 1891-1921

E. Sieder & Co doll mark SYCO in 1919-1920

August Siegel 1895-1921

Gebrüder L. H. Simon 1895-1928

Max Simon 1913-1925+

Wilhelm Simon & Co 1846-1910

Simon & Halbig dolls 1839-1943

Skittle or Tyroler wood dolls 1735-1925+

Sonneberg Dolls before 1700-1925+

   - doll center of the world

Sonneberg Industrial School 1851-1925+

Sonneberg Täuflinge, infant dolls 1851+

   - same / similar as Motschmann body type

Sonneberger Porzellanfabrik 1883-1930

  - doll mark SP, SPS on a shield,

   doll mold 129, 800, 1920, 2542, 2966

    also known as Carl Müller

Emil Speier 1888-1902

Arno Sperrhake 1891-1930

Mylius Sperschneider doll mark MSS 1921-1927

Georg Spindler 1900-1910

Max Spindler & Co doll mark symbol jester 1920+

W. Spring 1900-1909

Karl Standfuss metal head dolls 1898-1930

E. Steidmann & Co 1891-1902

Margarete Steiff cloth dolls, bears, toys 1880+

Steha Dolls & Toys West Germany 1940s-1960s

   - formed by Hermann Steiner & Hauser

Albin Steiner doll mark AHS in 1904-1930

August Steiner doll mark AS

   - doll mold 231, 261

Chr. Fr. Albert Steiner 1909-1918

Edmund Ulrich Steiner 1894-1916

   - doll mark Daisy, EUST, EUSt, Liliput, Majestic

Hermann Steiner 1911-1930s+

Louis Steiner 1909-1924

Nicolas Steiner 1911-1920

Rudolph Steiner 1890-1914

Steiner Porzellanfabrik 1920-1926

Viktor Steiner 1903-1928

William Steiner cloth dolls 1925-1929 Bavaria

A. Steinhauser & Co 1891

   - doll mark A. St. in a triangle, woolen dolls

J. Stellmacher doll trademark Stella 1909-1920

Stempfle & Vogel 1923-1925+

Gustav Stier 1895-1920

Heinrich Stier papier mache dolls 1830s-1880s

Stollwerch doll mark star above 3 crowns 1906

Strasberger Puppen Manufaktur 1899-1903

Josef Strasser art doll mark MKW 1924+

Strasser & Co 1924-1925+

   - doll mark WKW

Strasserpuppen Werkstatten 1924-1930

Strobel & Wilken 1864-1930

Wilhelm Stunz cloth dolls 1902-1909

   - doll mark WST on shield + bear symbol

Stutzhauser Porzellanfabrik 1910-1930

  - also called Hertel, Schwab & Co

Gebrüder Süssenguth Doll Factory 1894-1930

   - doll mark GESUE, GS, Puppe der Zukunft

Hans Süssenguth 1920-1930

Reinhold Süssenguth & Co pm dolls 1883-1893

Swaine & Company 1854-1927 Hüttensteinach

 

M. Tersch doll mark TKB 1920s

Anna Theile 1885-1925+

Gustave Theile doll mark GETE 1911-1914

Thuringer Puppen Industrie 1912-1924

   - doll mark Pola, TPIW, Waltershausen TPI

Thuringer Puppen Spielwarenexport 1923-28

   - trademarks Lopto, Lopto Radlaufspiel, Primula

Thuringer Stoffpuppen Fabrik cloth dolls 1923

   - doll mark Weimarpuppen, Weirmarpuppchen

Thuringia Porzellanfabrik 1913+

Trachten Puppen Spiel doll mark HJ

Carl Trautmann doll mark S & H C.T. 1884-1906

   - then became Catterfelder Puppenfabrik

 

Sigmund Ullmann doll mark SUN 1922-1926

Robert Unger 1909-1916

Unger, Schneider & Hutschenreuther 1861-1880+

   - see Carl Erben Schneider

Unidentified German Doll & Doll Marks:

  - A4R, B 2/0, CC, CDG, D.4., DA6, Dep. Elite US1, EB, EE, 100 ELSA, F, FTM, GDF, GK, GL, GZ, Germany Helen, H, HJ, HL, I, J., K, L & M, LHB4, LHBG, LHK2, Lissy-2, LPS, M, MF, MS, N, O. RBG, SH & K Co, Sweet Baby, TH, TR

Unidentified German Doll Molds;

   - 3, 5, 6, 16, 17, 31, 36, 50, 51, 63, 38, 86, 100, 101, 103, 104, 105, 110, 111, 118, 120, 121, 122, 124, 125, 126, 130, 132, 136, 140, 157, 158, 163, 174, 179, 181, 183, 199, 201, 216, 222, 223, 230, 238, 241, 242, 243, 247, 280, 300, 312, 318, 321, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 190-390n, 391, 397, 422, 435, 457, 478, 482, 495, 497, 499, 500, 503, 506, 507, 510, 513, 600, 607, 610, 620, 632, 660, 701, 780, 790, 800, 801, 802, 806, 809, 813, 814, 820, 842, 900, 908, 912, 925, 1000, 1200, 1377, 1410, 1431, 1500, 1813, 1879, 1900, 1902, 1910, 1912, 1914, 2210, 3703, 3947, 5000, 5001, 5112,  6415, 44611

 

Vereinigte Koppelsdorfer 1900s

  - doll mold 400, 991

Fritz Vogel 1879-1882

Friedrich Voight 1879-1930s

A. Voigt, owner of Marienfeld Porzellanfabrik

Gebrüder Voigt 1850-1911

   - doll mark S with lines thru #, like ABG

Hermann Voigt doll mark bunch grapes 1841-1927

Johann Andreas Voit 1806-1882

   - papier mache heads, dolls

Voit & Fleischmann 1844+

Hans Völk doll mark HV intertwined 1922-present

Carl Volker celluloid dolls 1888-1930

Franz Volpert 1925

   - doll mark Lyro inside a six pointed star

Frau Edith VonArps 1940s-1960s

   - Baps cloth nursery rhyme dolls, metal feet

Erich VonBerg doll mark EvB Germany 1930s

Hermann VonBerg celluloid dolls 1904-1930s

  - doll mark H.v.B, Habeka, doll mold 500, 501, 3201

Adolf VonderWehd dolls 1925-1926

 

Albert Wacker celluloid dolls 1904-1930

Wagner & Apel Porzellanfabrik 1877-1972

   - trademark symbol crown W & A

   trademark symbol crown, cross 1877

Wagner & Zetzsche dolls 1875-1938

D. H. Wagner & Sohn 1742-1925+ Bavaria

Theodor Wagner Porzellanfabrik 1897

   - then Heinz & Co. Porzellanfabrik until 1972

Wallach celluloid dolls 1914 Bavaria

Wallendorf Porzellanfabrik china dolls 1763+

   1) Kämpfe, Heubach & Sontag 1763-1894

   2) Kämpfe & Heubach 1894-1930+

Waltershausen Puppenfabrik 1902-1930

   or Waltershauser Puppenmanufaktur Gmbh

   - doll mark WP, see Kammer & Reinhardt

Johann Walther & Sohn 1900-1930

N. Wangenheim 1925-1926

K. Warnhöfer 1891-1909 Bavaria

Wax Doll Menu 1800+

Franz Carl Weber 1897-1939

Hermann Wegner 1909-1925+ doll mold 16647

Ernst Wehncke doll mark W 1857-1925+

Willy Weiersmüller 1925-1930

Weiskirchlitzer Steingutfabrik 1817+

   - doll mark intertwined WST

 Weiss, Kühnert & Co  1891-1995

   - doll mold 4702, 4703

   doll mark WKC inside a circle, Gräfenthal

Welsch & Co 1911-1928

   - doll mark MOA Welsch, W & C

   doll mold 200, 201, 250

Federike Welsch 1907-1930

   - all bisque doll mark FWB, cloth Rose-Puppe

P. Wernicke doll mark Wernicke Puppe 1924+

Theodor Wendt dolls 1924

  - doll mark TW, 121 W, doll mold 121, 210

Ines Wetzel-Mai doll mark I-We-Em 1924

Max Weyh dolls 1911-1912

Willy Weyh doll mark Germany W. Weyh 1924-1927

   - also 1921-1928 H. Wohlleben & Willy Weyh

Wiefel & Co 1912-1930+ Steinbach, Thüringia

  - doll mark GH, 19GH04, W & Co,

   doll mold 23, 121, 250, 301, 510, 1904, 1908

Carl Wiegand papier mache dolls 1876-1883

Hugo Wiegand 1911-1930

   - doll mark HW, HWN

   doll mold 133, 966. 967, 995, 1351

August Weiner 1903-1930

S & K Wiesenthal doll mark WSK 1858-1926  

  - Wiesenthal, Schindel & Kallenberg

   doll molds 130, 150, 541, 1321.

Ernst Winkler dolls 1903-1929

  - doll mark EW Winkler Puppe,

   1910 W., W Germany, Gekleidete Puppe

    doll molds 1910, 19251, 19252

Friedrich Edmund Winkler 1882-1912

   - doll mark FEWB in circle, Bébé Articulé

Adolf Wislizenus 1851-1931

Carl Otto Witthauer 1909-1925+

   - Deutsches Puppenheim

Christopher Witthauer 1862-1909

Emil Wittzak celluloid dolls 1862-1921

Gustav Wohlleben cloth doll mark GW 1909-1936

Hermann Wohlleben dolls 1909-1923

   - then Wohlleben & Willy Weyh 1924+

Otto Wohlmann doll mark OWN  1908-1913+

Hermann Wolf 1923

   - Erste Nordhäuser Spielwarenfabrik 

   doll mark a wolf symbol H. W.E.N.S.P.F.

Louis Wolf & Co. dolls 1870-1928 & USA

Gebrüder Wolffe celluloid dolls 1910-1930+

  - also called Nürnberger Celluloidwaren Fabrik

Wood Doll Menu 1300+

H. Wordtmann doll mark PUSPI 1897-1925+

Ernst Wunderlich 1913-1918

Wurttembergische Spielwaren Puppen

   - doll mark man with walking stick Heidekopf

 Werkstatten celluloid dolls 1924-1927

 

Bernard Zehner 1898-1932

Zeuch & Lausmann 1888-1925

   - musical dolls, doll mark an elaborate shield

Paul Richard Zierow dolls 1882-1932

   - doll mark PZ a doll running, symbol star in an eye

    symbol Puppen Zierow Mein Augenstern

Adolf Zinner mechanical dolls 1898-1929

Gottlieb Zinner & Söhn 1845-1926

   - doll mark 6 pointed star Z, mechanical dolls

Emil Zitzmann 1911-1930

   - doll mark E Z an anchor symbol Fabrik Marke

** Due to World War One (WW1 or WWI) between 1915-1922 imported German bisque dolls were not available to most of the world.

 

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