165 mm (length); 52 mm (width); 140 mm (height)
Place of origin
GermanyOrder this image
National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
Tinplate clockwork girl with painted facial features and moulded and painted hair (circa 1915). Wearing a green dress with red trim. Pushing a large pram with four cream revolving wheels. The sides and top of the pram are decorated orange and brown. The pale blue hood is painted or printed to represent it in a folded down position. The baby wearing blue, sits up and in its raised left arm holds a red object. The baby has painted facial features. The key and the clockwork mechanism it operates are both located on the underside of the pram.
Marks and inscriptions
Front of pram: D.R.G.M.