Many of us are familiar with the small, all-white "frozen Charlotte" porcelain dolls that are often missing a limb or two. In fact, if you look at my blog header, I have a group of them pictured left of center. The little white Charlottes have been dug up from the property around old German doll factories. They were the rejects that broke during firing and were dumped instead of being sold many years ago.
But there's another kind of frozen Charlotte, and that's a full-size 24" doll that doesn't have moving limbs or a swiveling head. I happened to find two great examples at the Antiques Market of Williamston here in Michigan. The boy version is known as a "frozen Charlie":