Pintel & Godchaux bisque head doll 18", closed mouth
Henri Pintel and Ernest Godchaux founded their doll company in
Montreuil-sous-Bois, France in 1887 and continued operating until 1899 when they
In 1890 Pintel & Godchaux registered a patent for a dolls
diagonal hip joint. In 1892 Pintel & Godchaux
registered their doll trade name of Bébé Charmat.
Pintel & Godchaux made bisque head bébés 10 1/2 to 24 1/2"
tall, with a closed or open
mouth with teeth, on jointed composition French bodies.
Pintel & Godchaux doll marks:
P # G Depose, A P # G Depose, B P # G , C P # G
Number (#) is the dolls size
Both dolls shown: bisque socket head, wigged, paperweight
or glass eyes, long feathered brows, finely painted upper and lower eyelashes,
both dolls shown have closed mouths, pierced ears, five piece jointed French
composition or wood and composition body.
Pintel & Godchaux, 24 1/2" tall, doll mark
P 13 G
Pintel & Godchaux bisque head doll 24 1/2" tall, closed