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    Posted 10 years ago

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    These dolls are from my grandmothers collection, she has passed away and I am just wondering where they all came from and maybe just some background on them, I have looked for stamps or carvings and have had no luck on any of them. They look like they could be old but i honestly have no idea, I have been google-ing all day and just feel more confused
    8-p The last doll in these pictures is pretty cool, her eyes close when you lay her down, I think its called a dolly type face?
    Would appreciate any information, thanks aton

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 10 years ago
      We refer to her a waldo doll . She is very common to find and has no value she was sold from 70's to 80's . Here is a link that will tell you all about her
      Sorry I could not say she was worth more but they are everywhere and no one is buying them :-( Please watch video it is very good !
      One maybe just a variation of her but these were low quality mass produced dolls and are from very late 70's most likely 1980's. Don't over do yourself as these dolls did not have a name and there value is in that they were your Grandmothers and are important to you and love them because of that :-) They are not antique dolls
      Hope this helps you out and thank you for sharing them
    2. TriciaRose TriciaRose, 10 years ago
      Pretty little sweeties aren't they...your grandmother must have adored them. I would hang onto them...they may be valuable to pass on in your family!
    3. jchadrick, 10 years ago
      Thanks guys, my goal was never to make a profit, my grandmother loved these dolls very much, goal was just to find some information, all my other ones have tags so I knew a little about them to search, these ones just didnt have anything to go on... thanks so much guys for everything!

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