- Value: $200
- Size: 6" tall
- Date of Production: late 1880s
- Marks: Heubach mark on bottom
Characteristics of Doll
This particular Piano Baby is unclothed, although many Piano Babies have beautifully modeled clothing (modeled in bisque and painted) and also baby bonnets. Hair is also modeled and painted. The Piano Baby shown is unjointed, as is generally expected.
Piano Babies vary greatly in value, from as low as $100 to $200 for smaller, more common examples, up to as much as $600 for larger, rare marked examples. Piano Babies have held their value relatively well of late. Be careful when collecting Piano Babies as many reproductions from the later 20th Century exist, as well as models made in Japan in the 1950s.