Magnetic characterization results indicate that, after liquid quenching, InSb samples doped with manganese, manganese + zinc, and manganese + cadmium are magnetic semiconductors. According to microstructural analysis data, polished sections of these materials demonstrate surface order: the grains have the form of wedges directed from the periphery of the section to its center, occupy essentially the entire surface of the section, and have low-angle boundaries with dislocation outcrops on the sample surface. According to X-ray diffraction data, quenched doped InSb samples are free of impurity phases and have preferential crystallographic orientations. Analysis of the present experimental data leads us to conclude that the surfaces of metallographic specimens of doped InSb are sections through textures whose orientation - under given quenching conditions - depends on the dopant composition. © 2014 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.