"Well the doll went on her own to someone who was very keen to restore her and I've just sold the dress she was in too. However it would really be a shame to split the rest of the items. The thing is it seems that people would…"
"The clothes are incredible. I would have to agree with Cybermogul Dolls: Avoid washing them as the oxidation (darkened) spots can disintegrate, even with gentle handling. I would offer the doll and her wardrobe together. Someone may purchase it for…"
"Happily, 'Miss Haversham' has now found a loving home with a collector in Cambridgeshire here in the UK. Her wardrobe however is still for sale if anyone's interested? (including the clothes she is pictured in on this thread)"
"i have sold similar wax composition dolls in about this condition. i sold one at a flea market for about $50 and i used fee-bay, i must admit. pricing depends on how long you want to keep this as inventory. i started at a $24 opening and…"
"Here are some more pictures of the way the legs are attached, or at least the lower legs anyway, the arm(s) and head/shoulders are attached the same way. Also a huge load of pics of the clothes that came with it. The head does have a slot in…"
"Yes, she is antique and wax. Or reinforced wax. I think I see a slit in her head to insert her hair. Also the way the legs are attached - can you post more pictures of that? She can be gently restored. Likely her…"
"Hi Rich, your doll is a wax over papier mache, late 1800's I believe. There are people that restore these so she is still worth something to someone. Personally, as much as I hate to separate dolls from their original…"
"I've just taken another picture of her head, apart from the missing arm that's where the most damage is. Thanks for the information so far, I had a feeling she was interesting but assumed she was too damaged, show's what I know...I…"