bisque head doll mold 252, pouty face
closed mouth, 13" tall, composition jointed body
SFBJ Dolls - In 1899 the following French doll makers formed or joined an alliance
named SFBJ; Adolphe Bouchet, Bru Jne et Cie,
Falck-Roussel No. 31,
Fleischmann & Bloedel (or
Blödel), François Gaultier, A.
Benoit Gobert, Jumeau,
May Fréres No.15, Pintel & Godchaux,
Rabery & Delphieu
(Genty), Frédéric Remignard,
Arthur Wertheimer and probably Henry Ulhenhuth & Cie.
Later P. H. Schmitz,
Danel & Cie (as part of Jumeau) and Jullian
joined, around 1925 SFBJ handled the dolls of Béatrice Mallet and Jean Ray.
Each of these doll makers continued to make their same brand of
dolls under the umbrella name of SFBJ, who is probably best known for their Bluette dolls.
The SFBJ trademark was registered in 1905
Mignonette 5" tall, doll mold 301, bisque head doll, glass stationary eyes,
composition jointed strung body.
Paris doll marking
bisque head doll 28" tall, Honour marked jointed
composition body, feathered brows, glass sleep eyes, open mouth with
SFBJ Doll Mold Numbers Identified
SFBJ Jumeau doll mark PARIS or UNIS FRANCE inside an oval
71 149 doll mold
301 R inside a circle B,
if in original
clothing, label tag; Fabrication Jumeau Paris. Doll was made by
Jumeau during the SFBJ era.
Bisque head doll 20" tall, "Province of Boulonnaise", sleep
eyes, real upper eyelashes, painted lower lashes, open mouth with teeth,
wigged, jointed body, dresses in provincial clothing; large silk bonnet
decorated on inside facing with feathers, silk flowers and lace, brocade
dress with silk flower embellishments with short matching jacket.
Shown in Patricia R. Smith book; Modern Collector's Dolls 1973, 1st
Series, page 104.
dolls are also marked S.F.B.J and Bluette
After 1899 SFBJ address is 8 rue Pastourelle Paris
doll mold 252 Buddeur a boy or Buddeuse a girl doll, both dressed in sailor
trademark Bébé Moderne Le Séduisant
1911 SFBJ registered trademark Bébé Prodige, Bébé Jumeau, Bébé Français
1913 SFBJ registered trademark Bébé Triomphe
SFBJ Poulbot Paris, doll mold 239 was designed by Francisque Poulbot
re-registered Jumeau's trademark bee symbol,
registered trademark Le Séduisant, Bébé Moderne, Bébé Parfait, Bébé Parisiana
registered trademark Le Papillion, UNIS France
UNIS - Union National Inter Syndicale Dolls
UNIS doll mold 301 marking
PARIS, inside an oval, UNIS FRANCE, 301
UNIS Mignonette 5" tall, doll mold 301,
eyes, with painted
UNIS Doll Mold Numbers Identified
18 Rue Jacob Paris Vie
306 Jumeau 1938 Paris
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