Skookum doll pair around 1918

Skookum doll pair around 1918
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Antique Skookum doll pair of indigenous peoples of America around 1918; designed by Mary Dwyer McAboy (1876-1961); producer: INDIAN U.S.A. TRADE MARK REGISTERED PATENTED; painted mass heads with a fantastic character and black hair (mohair - Angora goat); the bodies carved from wood; the man is marked with a paper label on the sole of the foot: "SKOOKUM (bully good) INDIAN U. S.A. TRADE MARK REGISTERED PATENTED; stylized robes made of felt blankets in tribal style; 1x woman with child on her back wrapped in blanket (Indian woman, squaw, American Indian) approx. 27 cm high; wooden feet covered with brown suede and remains of painting visible; the moccasins with suede applied on wood were produced until 1918; expressive face; eyes looking to the right; 1x male doll of a chief ? ; also wrapped in a blanket (Indian, American Indian) about 35 cm high; wooden feet covered with white suede and remains of a painting recognizable; also produced around 1918; expressive face; eyes look to the right; both dolls in good condition, traces of use according to age (see photos);
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