15" (38 cm). Bisque socket-head with flattened
solid dome, high forehead, brown glass inset
eyes, painted lashes, brushstroked brows,
accented nostrils and eye corners, closed mouth
with center accent line, pierced ears, brunette
mohair wig, Sonneberg composition and wooden
fully-jointed body with straight wrists, antique
costume. Condition: generally excellent. Marks:
S 8 H 949. Comments: Simon and Halbig, circa
1885. Value Points: beautiful long-faced modeling
enhanced by deeply sculpted cheeks and chin,
choice bisque, original body and body finish.
15" (38 cm). Bisque shoulderhead turned to the
right and downward, brown glass sleep eyes,
painted lashes, arched feathered brows, accented
nostrils and eye corners, closed mouth with
outlined lips, blonde mohair wig over cork pate,
kid gusset-jointed body with bisque forearms,
antique costume. Condition: generally excellent.
Marks: l. Comments: Kestner, circa 1885. Value
Points: gentle expression enhanced by fine
quality of bisque, original sturdy body.
17" ( cm). One-piece all-bisque figure of
standing cricket player with pink and yellow
uniform, cap, and two-tone shoes, holding cricket
bar, cricket ball at his feet, with blonde
sculpted hair, intaglio eyes, somber expression.
Excellent condition, tip of one finger chipped,
few leaves chipped. Marked Heubach (sunburst)
Schutzt marke. Gebruder Heubach, circa 1900, well-
executed model of unusual sport theme.
12" (30 cm) reclining, 11" (28 cm) seated. Each
is all-bisque one-piece figure of young child
with blonde sculpted hair with well-detailed
curls and combmarks, intaglio upper or sideways-
glancing eyes, white eyedots, closed mouth with
smiling expression, impressed dimples at cheeks,
elbows and knees, curled fingers and toes,
modeled white smock with ruffled and ribbon trim.
Excellent condition, right baby finger restored
on reclining baby. Marked Heubach (sunburst).
Gebruder Heubach, circa 1910.
5" (13 cm). Solid domed bisque head with flanged
neck, brown painted bobbed hair, tiny brown glass
sleep eyes, painted lashes, tinted brows, open
mouth, two lower teeth, loop-jointed bisque arms
and legs, painted white socks and blue one-strap
shoes. Condition: generally excellent. Comments:
Baby Bo-Kaye, designed by Joseph Kallus, produced
in Germany, circa 1923. Value Points: rare little
all-bisque with pleasing characterization.
6 1/2" (16 cm). All-bisque figure of young child
with smiling face, modeled white bunny suit and
pink-lined ears, jointed arms, attached bisque
egg shell for use as candy container. Excellent
condition. Marked Heubach (square). Germany,
Gebruder Heubach, circa 1915.
9"-12" (23-30 cm). Each portrays a young girl
with light brown hair, painted character face in
dancing poses, green folklore style dress with
embossed lacy bisque collar, on bisque self-base;
two various dance poses are portrayed; the larger
with tambourine sculpted at the base. Excellent
condition. Marked Heubach (sunburst). Gebruder
Heubach, circa 1915.
Largest 9"L (23 cm). Each is one-piece all-bisque
figure of little toddler with blonde sculpted
hair, intaglio side-glancing eyes, expressive
facial features of pensive or laughing child,
modeled smock with ruffled and ribbon trim,
curled fingers and toes. Excellent condition.
Marked Heubach (sunburst). Germany, Gebruder
Heubach, circa 1915.
5"-10" (13-25 cm). Each of fine porcelain with
grey/blue/rose tinted glazed finish in Art
Moderne style. Included in the group are various
dogs, cat, tiger, child, with very realistic
poses and expressions. Each bearing the Heubach
blue stamp or impressed mark. Gebruder Heubach,
26" (66 cm). Thick hand-pressed porcelain
shoulderhead with cameo-shaped face and very
elongated throat, black sculpted hair with
centerpart, wide shaped hair wings at the sides
of head gathered into coiled braid at the back,
pale blue downward-glancing eyes, heavily modeled
eyelids with black eyeliner, single-stroke brows,
accented nostrils of aquiline nose, closed mouth
with center accent line, (new) muslin body, old
porcelain limbs, antique costume. Condition:
generally excellent, left leg reglued. Comments:
Germany, circa 1860. Value Points: rare model
with exceptional detail of sculpting of hair and