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Hertel, Schwab Character Baby doll mold 151, 21" tall

Hertel, Schwab & Company was founded by August Hertel and Heinrich Schwab both doll designers and a minor partner Hugo Rosenbush who was a porcelain painter.  They were also know as the Stutzhauser Porzellanfabrik. 

 

Some dolls were made exclusively for the American market; Bye-Lo Baby for George Borgfeldt, Our Baby doll mold 152 and Our Fairy doll mold 222 for Louis Wolf & Co.


They also produced bisque heads for other German doll firms; Kley & Hahn, Konig & Wernicke and possibly others.  They made Character Baby, Character Child and Dolly Face dolls, all of which are very good quality.

 
Hertel, Swab identifying doll mold numbers & doll marks
111 125 126 127 130 131 132 133 134 135
136 138 140 141 142 143 147 148 149 150
151 152 154 157 158 159 160 161 162 163
165 166 167 169 170 172 173 175 176 179
180 181 200 208 217 220 222      

Note: LWC, L. W. & C., L W. & Co. markings are for Louis Wolf & Company

 

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