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    Posted 8 years ago

    casualcoll…
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    Hello Can you help Id This Doll; She was found at a Garage Sale and I would like sell her; but have no idea of value?

    She has no identifying tags; marks; or manufacturer id...

    She stands 13" tall; her interior is cloth except the hands, feet, & face are plastic. She is probably somewhat vintage but yet the back of her dress is attached with Velcro...so at least after the 1950's.

    Any help is appreciated in advance.

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 8 years ago
      Hi she is from the 1980's -90's when these type of porcelain dolls were mass produced by many Companies and the craze dies off and market is flooded with them . A few have retained any value by famous artists . Yours looks like one made by Heirloom dolls or one of many other companies . She is all porcelain . And value is little to none :-( You can look at ebay porcelain dolls and see thousands so her maker is not that important as she is not a artist doll I can tell that and not of high quality . Sorry to be bearer of bad news . These were made to resemble antique bisque dolls and the market who was buying them was 50-85 years old women at time when they we released , Many Shopping channels sold them but yours look like a export possibly made in Taiwan. These were display dolls not toys .

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