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Posted 3 years ago

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Got these dolls at an estate sale years ago. They are about 6" tall. As you can see in one picture, the girl has an "H" marking on her soft body stomach underneath of her dress. Anyone know what these are? What era they were made? And possibly how much they're worth? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 3 years ago
    Hi your cute dolls are newer collectible doll that were mass produced . many many companies made this types of dolls so H would not help much . Their value is very little as market for them has fallen way down . I would say if they sold you might get 10.00 for both . If you like them enjoy them and display as decoration to a room . Sorry that they could not have had a high value . My theory is buy what you like and never plan to make a profit and if you then it is a bonus ! These will never increase in price . Very nice Christmas display dolls too ! Thanks for sharing them :-)
  2. edunham.lawton, 3 years ago
    I do appreciate your input and am fine with them not even being worth anything. I think I paid a dollar for them. But their white fabric clothing is yellowed with age and they are not made as cheaply as newer mass produced dolls, so I really don't think they are newer. As far as being worth very little, that's very possible I'm sure, but I can tell by looking at them that they are definitely not newer.
  3. Manikin Manikin, 3 years ago
    I should clairfy when I say newer I always mean from early 80's forward not made yesterday . They are very nice quality . So I should have clairfied new does not mean brand new to me .

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