Perhaps you inherited a doll collection or are simply downsizing and decluttering, but now you are thinking of selling your dolls. This is a guide about selling a porcelain doll collection.
I have a porcelain doll collection and I'm not sure how to sell them? Help :)
I want to sell my porcelain doll, but I don't know how to go by selling them. some are very expensive.
I have 3 porcelain dolls that I would like to sell. I don't collect dolls. Who buys them?
Would like to sell my entire porcelain doll collection from home not ebay or gumtree.
I have 3 character dolls from Little house on the prairie. I purchased all 3 from Ashton drake galleries, By artist Joan Ibarolle. They are in mint condition and still in their original boxes. I need money fast. Where can I sell them? I Live in southern calif.
I just inherited a large porcelain doll collection that I need to sell fast. If anyone could give me some ideas, I would be very grateful.
I have american dolls and porcelain dolls.
We have a large collection of porcelain dolls that was inherited. We want to let go of these dolls and there are many beautiful bride dolls in this collection. Please help us find where we can sell these beautiful dolls.
I have a a Wee Willie Winkie doll I plan to sell. I need to know what the best price is for it.
You should do some research to find a sell price. The dolls were made in the hundreds of thousands and in many different styles so prices vary from less than $10 to more than $100. Try EBay, Craig's List, online doll collectors, etc. Don't be surprized if you find your doll is only worth a few dollars-again, they were made in the many thousands so are always available.
I live in Idaho and have 40 plus dolls. I don't know the value of any of them. Where can I find the value and then where can I sell them?
I have numerous Franklin Mint dolls and was wondering how to go about selling them. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Due to hard times and difficulties, I need money to pay my bills. I am selling my porcelain dolls. They are in good shape. Can anyone suggest where I might be able to sell them? Thank you.
You could try ebay. You could also call antique and collectables dealers in your area. What you get for them will depend on age, whether or not you still have the orgional boxes, and certificates of authenticity.
Auction house that advertises their items? E-bay? Craigslist?
I have 39 Seymour Mann dolls all are in their original boxes and are in excellent condition. Only 2 do not have the certificates in the boxes. They are circa late 80s early 90s. Since I have so many are they worth more than if they are sold individually?
An easy online search for "porcelain doll values" will produce many answers. Keep in mind that just because a doll may be fancy, old, inherited, etc., it most probably has little value as most are mass produced in the thousands. A doll's condition is extremely important in considering value-the best doll prices are paid for dolls literally never removed from their boxes. You can find prices for some dolls on EBay and try online for further research. This site is a good place to start:
How can I sell my mom's collection of porcelain dolls?
Some are Ashton Drake and some are Danbury Mint.
Some have the receipt with them. She had about 85 dolls
By Melody from Dayton, PA
I hope your mother enjoyed her dolls during her lifetime. Unfortunately it is not easy to sell dolls of this type as most were mass produced and are easily found in large supply over the internet.
You can check out Google, eBay, Replacements and many other sites will appear on Google. Craigslist is good as you do not have to ship.
Many sellers have dolls listed for months (even years) before they sell. Dolls are difficult (and expensive) to ship as most are a larger size and need "special" boxes and packing.
You can check out sold listings on eBay to see what buyers are really paying for dolls of this type.
Also you may have a special doll in this collection that will sell quickly and for more money. Research is the only way to find an answer to your question.
This is Kathleen. I inherited dolls from my mother. They were all hand made by her, hand painted and fired in the kiln. She made the clothes herself. How can I find out how to price them? They didn't come in boxes, because she just made them at the doll shop and brought them home.
I have a small collection of porcelain dolls that were made by my aunt. She made the clothes as well. I was wondering if these could sell at an antique place or thrift store?
The only way you will know is to take the dolls to an antique dealer, auction house, etc. You can also advertise them on EBay, Craig's List, etc.