NY City, 1881 - 1962, George Borgfeldt, Marcell and Joseph Kahle. George Borgfeldt & Company was located in New York (1881-1950's) and was an importer and assembler of dolls for the American and Canadian doll markets (in other words they did not manufacturer their own dolls).

They held the distributing rights to many dolls from European manufacturers such as: Buschow & Beck, Handwerck, Kathe Krause,  Kämmer & Reinhardt, Kestner and Steiff

They also distributed American dolls for: Aetna Doll Company, Bergfeld & Son, Dreamland Doll, Cameo Doll Company and K & K Toy.  Some dolls distributed by this company may have a "G. B." marking on them, others will not and have only the marking from the manufacturer.

Borgfeldt value

What's it worth? Take a look at this Borgfeldt price guide: sold listings for a value indication.

Borgfeldt forum (3 comments)

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Judy Geurts - November 24, 2016

I have a rare set of wall art, real wood, round, wooden there is 1- 7 in circumference with Donald, and 8 - 4 in circumference. 2 - Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Bambie ,Pluto, Flowee, Thumber, Dumbo. They have a stamp on the back, Exclisive designes of Walt Disney Characters made expressly for G.B. Corporation. I have pictures
►reply: Wow, that sounds really good! I'm not a collector myself, but I bet you can sell them on eBay!

Jack Delhagen - July 12, 2014

I have 7 mighty tanks in original boxes. What are they worth, and who are buyers?
►reply: There is one for sale right now on eBay, that is if you have a Mighty Midget COLLECT-A-TANK. It has a buy it now of 40 USD. I guess eBay is your friend here.

Don Resener - September 29, 2012

I have a cast/tin cannon. its marked on top Geo Bergfeldt, NY, NY. Serial no 2862 net weigt 3/4 oz. I would like info on value, and etc. Thanks Don