The smaller of the two, in the red and black dress, is a lovely child with head turned slightly to the right with molded and painted features including a black hair ribbon with a bow. She is on an old muslin stuffed body with old bisque forearms, appropriately dressed to represent an 1870's era child. The larger of the two is a young lady with tight curly blond hair with a cobalt blue hair ribbon molded in the front, pieced in earlobes, on an old body with bisque arms and legs, painted shoes (most likely newer than the dolls head). Good to very good, however, the taller doll has a hairline crack running from the back of the neck to the edge of the left shoulder and back. Largest: 18'' T.