1922+ Louis Léon Prieur
bisque head Mon Cheri doll 16" tall,
stationary glass eyes, painted lashes,
multi stroke eyebrows, open mouth with teeth, pierced ears,
jointed composition body, mark shown
The House of Prieur was managed by generations of the Prieur family and claimed
they were the oldest house of this type in Paris, France.
Amandine Prieur began making doll clothes as early as 1840. By 1861 Mme. Prieur filed for
bankruptcy, however she paid off all her creditors by 1865.
included Claude Blampoix,
Carl Heinze of
Thüringia, Morhardt of Nürnberg and heads bought from