The largest of the three is a 31” (80 centimeter) unmarked head with brown painted hair, molded and painted features, on a cloth body with patterned material on the legs to represent stockings and linen covered forearms. The second doll has a “Greiner” style head with inset brown glass eyes, exposed ears and shoulder length vertical curls framing the back of the neck. She is also on a cloth body with leather forearms and wears an off-the-shoulder white cotton and cutwork dress. The smallest of the three (23”, 58 centimeter) is a Greiner with partial paper label on the back of the shoulder plate. She has exposed ears, center pair hair with vertical curls framing the back of the head reaching to the neck line. She is on an old cloth body with leather forearms (one detached, other one loose) and wears a cotton print period dress and velvet slippers. All show significant age wear, especially the two larger ones and all have some minor degree of repaint. Condition:Dimensions:Largest: 31 - 3/4" T.