Anel & Fraisse 1913-1929+ (FRA),
factory in Muzy, France, after 1921 known as Anel & Fils, made celluloid babies, character
dolls and children, doll mark unknown. Succeeded
by Tissier et Cie.
Company 1948-1986 (Italy), Anili is the daughter of Elena Scavini of Lenci, Anili is best known
for their felt Lenci like cloth dolls, however they also made celluloid mask face dolls,
dolls are marked with a circular paper tag,
a heart symbol, Anili, Italy.
Apfelbaum & Batzner 1925-1927 (Bavaria) made petite doll
house dolls in bisque or celluloid, doll mark unknown.
Arcy Toy Manufacturing 1912-1930 (USA), made
bisque, celluloid and
doll mark unknown.
JM Arnold 1918-1934 (GER), made
celluloid and rubber dolls with molded painted hair and
facial features, doll mark unknown.
Averill 1913-1965 (USA), Sunny Girl
Sunny Boy doll are both made of celluloid, doll mark a
1917-1918 (USA), made celluloid or composition dressed character dolls marked Bo-Peep
Bähr & Pröschild
(GER), bisque dolls, celluloid dolls with doll mark Buporit, bought by Bruno Schmidt in the 1930s.
Bauer & Richter 1922-1927 (GER), also
called Rodaer Puppen und Spielwaren Fabrik, made ball jointed character dolls, porcelain
children dolls, walking Mama dolls and celluloid babies,
doll mark unknown. Registered doll trademarks; Herzkaferchen (Lady Bug),
Mein Kleiner Schlingel (My Little Rascal) and Asa-dor.
Bayerische Celluloidwarenfabrik 1897-1926 (GER), made celluloid child, character dolls,
doll mark W in a circle.
Berliner Celluloidfabrik 1895 (GER), also known as
Kuntz & Company, applied for a patent to make celluloid doll limbs,
which are probably unmarked.
Company 1902-1927 (USA), made
dolls of glass, wood,
composition, metal, celluloid,
doll trade name Snuggles, doll mark unknown.
Betty Walker & Billy Walker dolls 1923 (GER & USA), unknown
doll maker, celluloid dolls which a child puts their fingers into to boy and
makes the dolls walk, doll mark U.S. Pat MAY, 30, 1922 GERMANY,
copyright by Alma Vogt 1923.
Buschow & Beck 1888-1930s (GER), made
metal head dolls, celluloid doll heads, both marked
Minerva with a helmet symbol,
their USA partner was Alfred Vischer, dolls were
Louis Wolf and
Wilhelm Buschow 1896-1929 (GER), factory made celluloid (Schildkrote),
rubber dolls, trademark Mein Herzenskind (My Sweetheart) used
Simon & Halbig
doll mold 126, Armand Marseille doll mold 342, 370, 410, 990.
Canzler & Hofffman 1906-1951
(W. GER), made stuffed leather dolls, celluloid dolls, miniature dollhouse
dolls, doll mark
Caho, after 1952 the company name
changed to Caco
Company 1952-1980s, new doll mark
Robert Carl 1895-1929
(GER), and successors, made bisque, wax-cloth, cloth & celluloid head dolls,
doll mark Germany a circle RC inside.
Cellba Celluloid Warenfabrik or
Schoberl & Becker 1923-1960s+ (GER) - made celluloid dolls, doll mark
Celluloid doll marks - unidentified, unknown doll markers
Celluloid doll mark ASADA with
a circle symbol & line
Celluloid doll mark a circle
with plus sign Japan
Celluloid doll mark two diamond
Celluloid doll mark S inside a
circle Made in Japan
Celluloid doll mark a tubby
fish circle like symbol Made in Japan
Celluloid doll mark a diamond
symbol plus ? inside Made in Occupied Japan
G. Covert & Co 1913+ (FRA), made celluloid dolls, doll mark a
Erich Dittmann 1945-1967 (GER), EDI dolls, made small celluloid
dolls, ramp walker dolls dressed in Regional costumes,
doll mark Edi D.R.G.M,
Germany, EDI Puppen.
Dovina Dolls 1960s? Rotterdam, Holland (NETH), made 8-19" tall, regional
dressed celluloid, marked
"Dovina" Rotterdam - Holland.
Stephan Erhard, also S.
Erhard & Son 1887-1930 (ENG), made celluloid dolls, doll mark
S E & S
inside a diamond.
Exeloid Co. 1918-1920 (USA), made
lightweight celluloid Pyralin novelty dolls in blue, pink or white, doll mark is
unknown or unmarked.
Fabricus Toy & Novelty
(USA), jobber, sold celluloid dolls from various manufacturers.
Foulds & Freure 1911-1930+ (USA),
jobber, sold imported German and Japan celluloid dolls, doll mark
F & F NY INC
Giocattoli Brevettati Galetti or Galletti 1950s-? (ITALY) - made small
celluloid souvenir dolls, doll mark symbol of
facing, Made in Italy.
Otto Gans, Gans & Seyfarth
1901-1930s (GER), made
bisque and celluloid dolls, doll mark
Gerzon dolls 1925-1930 Holland, Netherlands, importer and
distributor, advertised celluloid and composition dolls.
Oskar Günthel 1924-1925 (GER), made cellulose dolls
in Gräfenroda, Thüringia, registered doll mark
Hambley Brothers 1760+ (ENG),
import, exporter of celluloid & other dolls, doll mark
Up, Thumbs Up.
Heindrich Handwerck 1876-1932 (GER), was known for their bisque head dolls, but also made
some celluloid dolls.
Carl Hartmann 1889-1930 (GER),
exported small bisque and celluloid dolls, doll mark
Heber & Company
1900-1922 (GER), celluloid
dolls, probably other type dolls, too, doll mark HC intertwined.
Hermsdorfer Celluloid Warenfabrik 1925-1927 (GER), made
celluloid baby and child dolls, doll mark symbol of a
Ladybug, a Marienkäfer, DA DA
on the wings.
Theodore Hess & Co.
1918-1930 (GER), made all celluloid jointed dolls.
Carl Heumann 1918-1930 (GER), made
celluloid baby with a bottle and suck a thumb dolls.
Carl Hoffmeister 1890-1925 (GER), made
celluloid dolls with heads from Rheinische Gummi (turtle
mark) and metal doll heads from Buschow & Beck with the
doll mark Minerva with a helmet
Hollywood 1941-1926 (USA), made small
celluloid dolls, doll mark a star with Hollywood
Dr. Paul Hunaeus Celluloidwaren-Fabrik 1890-1930 (GER), made celluloid doll
heads and dolls, doll mark PH intertwined,
(by Johannes Dietrich),
in 1930 merged with Rheinische Gummi
Jumeau made celluloid dolls marked JUMEAU
1912 (GER) made celluloid dolls, doll mark a
standing stork carrying a baby.
Irwin & Company 1926+ (USA), made cloth, composition, celluloid and hard plastic dolls,
doll mark Irwin Made in USA, Non-Flam.
Japan, celluloid doll marks, makers unknown -
Symbol Doll Marks;
fleur-de-lis, three acorn leaves.
Word Doll Marks;
Japan Royal, Japanese
Made in Japan,
Made in Japan
K + Nippon (made by the Nippon company),
Made in Occupied Japan.
Kammer & Reinhardt
1886-1932 (GER), wax dolls, bisque dolls, cloth dolls, biscaloid (composition
material that looks like bisque) and celluloid dolls marked
K star R,
K & R W, doll molds 301, 406, 700, 701, 717, 728, + others
Katagini Brothers 1930 (USA), made
celluloid dolls, doll mark unknown.
Kestner 1805-1938 (GER), made wax dolls, bisque and
celluloid dolls, JDK turtle
symbol marking, plus many other doll
Knickerbocker Doll & Toy Co
(USA), made some celluloid dolls, plus dolls of other materials.
Kohl & Wengenroth
1902-1926 (GER), made celluloid dolls,
+ a female figure symbol, doll mark
IGODI (by Johannes Dietrich).
Konig (Köenig) & Wernicke
1911-1935 (GER), made bisque & celluloid dolls, doll mark
K & WW 29815 or
29817, inside a circle + the turtle mark below.
Kathe Kruse 1910-2001 (GER), made cloth dolls
first, then celluloid dolls, doll mark Schultz KK Marke (1st K is backward).
Langfelder, Homma &
Hayward 1921+ (USA), took over for Morimura, importer of bisque,
celluloid dolls from Germany & Japan, as well as a
distributor of composition and
rubber dolls in the USA.
Minor Dolls 1936-1950s+ (FRA), made small celluloid dolls using heads made by Petitcollin, doll mark an
head with FRANCE
Ernst Liebermann 1894-1938 (GER), made bisque and celluloid head character dolls and babies on ball jointed body, doll mark
Lona Art Dolls 1927 (GER), used Rheinische Gummi
celluloid heads on August Schmidt cloth bodies, doll marks
Ernest EG.M Luthardt
(GER), Lederpupenfabrik und Export = Factory and Exporter of leather
dolls, also dolls made of bisque, China, celluloid, composition heads on
leather, cloth or felt and composition bodies. In 1929 began using the
Robert Maaser 1911-1930s (GER),
made bisque, composition and celluloid heads on a jointed body.
Marks Brothers Company 1918-1930s (Boston, MA), importer of
celluloid socket or shoulder head dolls, rag dolls, doll mark Marks Brothers.
Carl Meyer 1894-1921 (GER), made
bisque, celluloid character dolls and babies.
August Möller & Sohn
(GER), advertised replacement bisque, celluloid and
porcelain heads for child and baby dolls with human or mohair wigs, sometime
later Möller made entire dolls with a bisque head dolly face or composition
dolly face head, on a composition jointed
body. Möller also operated a doll hospital, doll mark
AMUSO, doll molds 70, 100, 1920,
doll name Jeannette.
Molls Doll Co 1950s-1960s (GER), made Trachten-Puppen (costume dolls) in celluloid, doll mark a symbol
of two Scottie dogs playing tug of war.
Wilhelm G. Muller 1900-1930s (GER),
exported celluloid heads made by Schildkröt, doll mark
WEE GE M,
N.A.T.L. Novedad Arte Tomalidad Ingenio 1930-1950s (Spain), made
art and souvenir dolls of celluloid.
Nürnberger Celluloidwaren Fabrik, Gebrüder Wolff
(GER), made celluloid dolls and doll parts, including 1930 Lya die
Schwimmerin, a mechanical swimming doll with a celluloid head.
Palitoy Cascelluloid Co
1919-1968 (ENG), made composition, celluloid and hard plastic dolls.
Parisienne de Celluloisine Cie 1921 (FRA), made celluloid dolls
and nonflammable dolls.
Parsons Jackson Co 1910-1919 (Ohio, USA) made dolls of biskoline a celluloid
like material, modeled after real babies both white and black dolls,
doll mark KKK, Biskoline, and a standing
J. Paturel Et Cie 1925-1928 (FRA),
made celluloid child and baby dolls in both white and black.
W. Payne & Son 1772-1927 (ENG), department store imported dolls from France, after WW II
made of their own dolls in celluloid.
(Bavaria), factory that made miniature bisque, celluloid and
China dolls, doll mark Pehalo Hannalore.
Charles Perls Co
(ENG), made celluloid and composition dolls,
doll mark is unknown or unmarked.
Petitcollin 1914-1950s+ (FRA), made celluloid doll heads,
Marie-France, doll mark an eagle
head with FRANCE beneath.
GmbH dolls 1919 to present (GER), 1949+ made celluloid or plastic dolls
mark Plasticbaby, symbol
angel baby doll.
Michael Querzola dolls 1950s-1960s (ITALY) made small
celluloid souvenir dolls, doll mark MQ a tree symbol Made in Italy
Les Poupées Raynal 1922-1963 (FRA) - made cloth or felt
dolls, some with celluloid faces, that are Lenci look a like dolls, may have a
marking on the bottom of the shoes; Les Poupées Raynal or a cloth tag;
Les Poupées Raynal Marque Depose Made in France. From (1937-1963)
a type of celluloid that was used for dolls and doll parts or maybe marked
C. A. Reed 1924 (USA), made
celluloid bride and groom dolls.
Goldmann Reich Co 1890-1927 (GER),
made celluloid child and baby dolls with a bent limb body.
W. Reinick 1926 (GER), made bisque
and celluloid head dolls.
Rempel & Breitung 1920-1930+ (GER), handled celluloid
dolls and doll heads made by
Rheinische Gummi und Celluloid Fabrik Co with a
turtle mark, also
made bisque heads and other items used by doll hospitals; bodies, wigs, etc.,
bisque head doll mark 28 117
1 1/4 thought to be by Rempel & Breitung.
Rheinische Gummi und Celluloid Fabrik doll mark
symbol of a turtle
Rheinische Gummi und Celluloid Fabrik Co 1873+
(Schildkroet Puppen) - GER (made heads for other mfg's. too, Kestner, Kammer &
Reinhardt, Averill) doll mark a turtle
inside a diamond (as shown on left), Schultzmarke and
marking, doll names; 1926 Miblu doll, 1931 Wumbi doll and
Mambi both black dolls. This company made lots and
lots of celluloid dolls and doll heads. Doll mold
30, 1928, plus many others.
Shown on right; Turtle mark,
and a number, Tortulon is a hard plastic type material used instead of
celluloid by Rheinische Gummi in later years.
Turtle mark Tortulon
Max Rudolph 1908-1930 (GER), made
doll heads of bisque; doll mold 98, 342, celluloid Miblu heads;
doll mold 350 and porzellanit (composition) heads doll mold 399, doll mark
inside a W.
Louis Sametz 1918-1924 (USA), made celluloid child
shoulder head dolls, Kewpies &
Bye-Lo babies, doll mark an
Company 1927 (USA), made
small celluloid & composition dolls to dress in crocheted or
Karl Scheffler 1926-1930s (GER),
made all celluloid child dolls, babies & celluloid head
on a cloth body dolls.
Heinrich Schellhorn 1901-1935 (GER),
made celluloid, imitation leather, cloth and porcelain head dolls and Mama dolls.
Gustave Schmey 1853-1930s (GER),
exporter of celluloid dolls and others.
August Schmidt, Lona Art Dolls 1927+ (Lieben) dolls
have a celluloid head (Rheinische Gummi) with molded hair, cloth body, 14 & 15
1/5" tall, came with a wrist tag Lona.
Bruno Schmidt 1898-1930s (GER) - BSW in a heart + others,
bought Bähr & Proschild (1871-1919) in the 1930s, made celluloid
dolls + more, best known for Tommy Tucker & Wendy dolls.
Co 1890-1937 (GER),
made bisque & celluloid heads, doll marks
F S & C,
F S & Co.,
S & C.
(POL & CHEK), made wood, celluloid and cloth dolls,
doll mark symbol of a rabbit with the word
Becker 1923-1960s (GER), also known as Cellba Celluloid Warenfabrik
celluloid doll mark a winged mermaid inside a shield.
Schreyer & Co 1912-1950s
(GER), made celluloid dolls, used the doll mark
Schwäbische Celluloidwarenfabrik 1913+ (GER)
made celluloid products with dolls being made between 1930-1967,
S symbol of a
stork with a
child on it's back
Schwerdt Feger &
Co 1904-1930 (GER), made felt dolls, some with a celluloid head
Frau Mathilde Sehm
(GER), made fairytale dolls, doll house and celluloid baby
& character dolls.
Sekiguchi Corp. 1918 to present (Japan), made celluloid dolls
and toys, celluloid doll mark is a three leaf clover Made in
Sekiguchi is still
in business today, they currently make hard plastic and vinyl modern dolls; Bebichhichi, Coco,
Momoko, Monchhichi and plush toys.
Societe Francaise de Fabrication de Bébé &
Jouets 1899-1958 (FRA) made celluloid dolls, plus other materials, doll mark
SIDC - Societe Industrielle
de Celluloid 1900-1927 (FRA),
doll marks Sicoid, Sicoine, Siegfried, S / C &
S.I.M.P and a trademark of a winged
dragon or wyvern,
with initials of N & M (Neumann & Marx their
SNF - Societe Nobel Française
(FRA) formerly called SIDC see above,
doll mark France SNF inside a diamond.
SONSCO 1950s-1960s? (Japan), made celluloid dolls, some were
mechanical walkers, doll mark Made in Japan
on bottom of
Société Sussfeld & Cie
(FRA), exporter and distributor; bisque heads also,
celluloid & cloth dolls. 1917 registered doll marks; Clio Bébé
Paris Marque Deposee, Thalie Bébé Paris Marque Deposee each with a
standing and a seated doll.
(GER), made metal head dolls with celluloid coatings, doll marks
Juno. A trade name was 1913 Cupido doll.
Steha Dolls and Toys 1940s-1960s (West Germany),
was formed from the companies Hermann Steiner & Hauser, dolls
made of celluloid, composition or hard plastic, doll mark
Sunny Twin Dolly Co 1919-1920
(USA), made celluloid dolls.
Cie 1920s-1930s (FRA) sold dressed and undressed celluloid dolls.
Gummiwaren Fabrik 1894-1930s (Hungary) made celluloid and rubber dolls
and doll heads.
Unger Doll & Toy
Co 1929-1930 Milwaukee, WI (USA), made character and comic character dolls made of chalk ware with a cellulose lacquer finish, doll trade mark Cell-U-Pon, doll mark label UNGER DOLL & TOY CO. MILWAUKEE, WIS.
Alfred Vischer 1894-1907 USA - partners with the German
Buschow & Beck Co, made Minerva marked metal head dolls, possibly
the Minerva marked celluloid heads, too, dolls were distributed by
Louis Wolf & Co. and
Viscoloid Company 1901-1930s (Leominster, MA USA),
in 1915 they were bought by DuPont,
made celluloid dolls, doll mark USA VCO.
(GER), manufacturer and exporter of bisque, celluloid and wood doll
heads, doll mark Friona S 1879.
(GER), sold bisque, celluloid dolls and bisque, celluloid
heads on composition bodies.
(GER), made bisque, celluloid & composition head baby dolls, doll mark Germany
(GER), made celluloid dolls and doll parts, doll mark
W inside a circle.
Wallach 1914 (Bavaria) made
composition head dolls on a cloth body with celluloid arms dolls.
Westo 1950s-1960s? (GER or SWT) made small celluloid
tourist dolls, doll mark Westo.
1862-1921 (GER), sold celluloid dolls as well as other types, doll mark
with a staff in a circle with the word trademark below.
Württembergische Spielwaren Puppen
Werkstaten 1924-1927 (GER), toy factory &
doll shop, made celluloid dolls, doll mark
(picture of a man with back sack & walking staff)
P.R. Zast 1920s (Poland), made celluloid dolls with cloth bodies,
Mask Face dolls, some with human hair wigs, glass eyes, doll mark
ASK in a triangle,