20 in. Kicking Baby Steiner in working condition with key and on/off lever. Blonde mohair wig with blue ribbon band, original pantaloons, petticoat and sheer organdy net baby dress with overlay of lace and blue silk around neck and shoulders. Kid sleeve of torso when pulled down reveals Steiner Label with information that Steiner had Jacob Petit, a prominent porcelain maker in Paris, make the bisque head. This is information that has just been uncovered. Jacob Petit made fine porcelains. now we know he also made doll heads. The label dates this doll exactly from the year 1867. That is the same year as the famous Paris Exposition where this doll was purchased by the Crane Family of Montclair NJ. (3 broken fingers, pimple in forehead bisque)