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    Posted 11 years ago

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    Does anyone know where I can look to get a value on these dolls?
    The first one I believe is a Pebbles doll, not sure. The four dolss together, I need help with. And the last one is from Mattel and the Flinestones. All are from late '50's or early '60's, kept inside a suitcase from the same era. Thanks for any help on getting these valued for sale.

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    1. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 11 years ago
      What is the mark on the first one? It doesn't look the the more popular Ideal doll.
      The first two in the second picture are fashion dolls, but without knowing the marks I have no real idea. Check here

      The larger doll I also need marks (back of neck or on the back) The third one looks like a PMA dress me doll
    2. Jeff, 11 years ago
      Hey Vestaswind, thanks for getting back to me. The first one that looks like Pebbles has the mark: EEGFE 15C-2. The one sitting position mark: EFFANDF, but the D could be a different letter. And a number 198 above that. The two standing on the left only have, one has A, and the other has 14A. The little one in red has no mark. The last one is a Flintstones, Trade mark of screen gems, Inc. Hanna Barbera Prod. 1962. Knickerbocker Toy Co. Inc. New York, USA.
    3. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 11 years ago
      Okay the Pebbles looking doll is made my Egee. 1963 Stoneage Baby, 14", Pebbles Flintstone clone or competitor, vinyl head with rooted short hair with a plastic bone tied in her ponytail, painted facial features side glancing eyes, closed smiling mouth, plastic jointed body, wore a animal print top edged in red bias tape & red panties.

      The baby would be an Effanbee. I'll see what I can find on her
    4. Jeff, 11 years ago
      Do you have any idea what I should sell them for? Is ebay the best place to post them??
    5. Jeff, 11 years ago
      I'm confused?? Why did you want me to look at antique grinder on ebay??
    6. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 11 years ago
      Oh I'm so sorry. That was a link I used for something else.
    7. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 11 years ago
      Of course who your fashion dolls are depends on the marks. Many companies made them to look like Revlon and Tony.

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