Roullet et Decamps Polichinelle Girl with Drum Automaton, c. 1900, with bisque head and hands, open mouth, blue eyes, pierced ears, and brown hair, dressed in a silk costume with lace cuffs, pink shirt, and slippers, she stands in front of a tin and wooden drum with colored ribbons, single-air music plays while she plays the cymbal with her left hand and beats the drum with a mallet in her right hand, all resting on a velvet-covered octagonal box, ht. 20 in.
original clothing but faded, torn, and worn, head does not move side to side arms move,
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