ca. 1918 Aich,
Menzel bisque head dolly face doll, 13"
A.C. Angers founded an Austrian
porcelain factory in 1848, by 1870 M. J. Moehling became the
owner. The company appears to have changed owners several more times and finally by 1918, the company was known as Aich, Menzel & Company
or Aich Porzellanfabrik.
also when the company first began
to produce bisque head dolly face dolls, most with composition bodies.
Aich, Menzel &
Marks and Doll Mold Numbers
Aich Porzellanfabrik doll
trade mark A & M. P. Co.
Aich, Menzel doll mark
A e M Made in Austria
Aich, Menzel doll mark 1904 Eduardo Juan Made in Austria
Note: The number 1904 is a mold number, not the year the bisque head was made.
The Aich, Menzel doll mark is often mistaken for Armand Marseille, so collectors refer to this company as;
Austria's A & M doll mark.
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