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Kestner Man with Molded Fedora #193-33

Status: Available Price: $198.00
Great dollhouse gentleman with the rare feature of a molded bisque fedora hat on his head made by the Kestner firm in Germany c. 1915-20 era. The molded fedora is gray with a black painted band, which matches his gray/black mottled original felt suit which has Dresden paper buttons. He also wears his original white shirt and mustard yellow tie, which matches his very fancy yellow mustard molded bisque shoes and spats. He is 5" tall and is perfect for the slighly smaller than 1" scale dollhouse, similar to those made by Gottschalk, Schoenhut, Bliss and many others. He is also pictured with a German dining set (set sold separately) for size comparison and how handsome he looks in a setting. He is in great condition, all original, with no breaks or repairs. Dollhouse dolls with extras, like the molded hats, are getting harder and harder to find, especially in all original clothing.

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