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Posted 4 years ago


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My Father brought her home after he came home from fighting in the Korean War. She has been with me since 1984. Just would like to know if anyone has information on her.


  1. KayCMac, 4 years ago
    Looks like a nishi doll, generally made for tourists after WWII. No one knows if the company is still in operation or not, but some of these are worth a couple hundred dollars. The taller the better, smaller newer ones are generally only worth about $20. If it is a nishi there should be a nishi & co. sticker on the bottom, but mine doesn't have one. They made a lot of kabuki dolls, so this could actually be a man playing a woman. How tall is it?

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