This is a 16" spring-jointed wooden Schoenhut Boy Doll. He is dressed in a vintage but not original outfit of light blue corduroy short pants (very loose waist) and a one piece long sleeved three button vest-type jacket/shirt. The jacket is of plaid corduroy with dark blue binding around all edges, and the attached long sleeved collared shirt is of white satin. He is spring-jointed at the ankles (the right ankle shows some wear), knees, thighs at the hips, wrists (there is some wear to the fingers and a bit of crazing at the right inside wrist), arms at the shoulders and head at the neck, as pictured. He has an attached dark brown short curly wig, parted in the center, with short curly bangs across his forehead. Each foot, made of hardwood, has two holes drilled into its bottom to enable the doll to be placed on a stand and posed. One hole in each foot was drilled at an angle and one hole was drilled straight. The hole at an angle allows the doll to hold his foot in the tiptoe position. The straight hole allows the doll to hold his foot flat.
His face is painted with oil colors. He has blue Intaglio eyes, tiny pink painted dots for nostrils and an open/closed pink mouth showing four white upper teeth. There is some crazing at his left lower neck, very slight on his chin and left cheek, his upper lip and front forehead and some wear to his lower right ear lobe. On his back is his sticker stating, "SCHOENHUT DOLL Pat. Jan. 17th, 1911 U.S.A.", as pictured.