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Schuetmeister & Quendt doll mark S & Q doll mold 101

Schuetzmeister & Quendt doll mark S & Q doll mold 101 Dep 10

Wilhelm Quendt and Phillipp Schüetzmeister (also spelled Schützmeister) founded a porcelain factory in Boilstadt, Gotha, Germany in 1889.  By 1908 Mr. Quendt had left the firm, then in 1918 S & Q became part of the reorganized Bing conglomeration  called Concentra. 

1918 doll production was limited to bisque heads made for other Bing members such as Kämmer & Reinhardt or Welsch & Company.  The Schuetzmeister & Quendt company used the doll mark SQ sometimes intertwined, S & Q, found on the back of dolls heads, plus the mold numbers shown below.  They made Character Baby and Dolly faced bisque head dolls.

Schuetzmeister & Quendt Doll Mold Numbers Identified
79 80 81 -
101 102 201 204
252 300 301 1376

 

Doll mold numbers: 79, 80, 81 were all registered by Schuetzmeister & Quendt

as Child dolls in 1891, but no known examples have been found to date.

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