Finding the Value of Holly's Collectibles Porcelain Dolls?


April 15, 2017

Value of Porcelain Doll - blond doll with ringlets, wearing long floral skirt and buttoned jacketI have a Holly Collectibles porcelain 32inch doll. I am looking for the value.


Value of Porcelain Doll


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There are a lot of different makers of porcelain dolls and most of these dolls are mass produced and sold in many stores such as Target, Walmart, K-Mart and some department stores. Yours may be more valuable as it is not found all over the auction sites. But saying/asking the value and actually selling a doll for that price are two entirely different things.
Many auction sellers have the same dolls listed for months and even years and may still not sell them - even at a cheap price.
I found 3 dolls listed on eBay made by this maker but have not found where any have sold in the last 12 months.


Sorry - but if you know of a local shop that sells dolls you might get some info from them but if they make an offer to buy, it would probably not be for very much money. Maybe someone else will have more information they can share with you.

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June 15, 2021

Can you possibly tell me the price of this Holly's Collectible Porcelain. It is made of Fine Bisque Porcelain. It was given to me by someone.

A porcelain doll, still in the original box.
The marking on the back of a porcelain doll.


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These dolls are worth $25 at most. If it is a larger doll, it could be worth up to $35.

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This brand of doll is usually from 26" - 32" and as a general rule, larger dolls are valued slightly higher than their smaller versions.


These dolls are very costly to pack and ship so it makes the price of a larger doll increase in cost just for shipping.

You can check the listings online. eBay has several similar dolls listed for sale and you can place a watch on any of these dolls to see if it sells. If it sells then that price would become the brands 'value'.
However, many dolls are listed for sale for long periods of time and most never sell as the doll market is currently flooded and selling is very slow.

I did not find even one Holly's Collectible doll on eBay's sold site (and sold items stay on list for up to 4-5 months).
Since not even one doll has sold over this period of time it would lead me to believe that all of the dolls listed for sale are asking for too much money and not accepting offers.


You may start your asking price at a higher price - $45 plus shipping - and accept any reasonable offer.

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There are a huge number of Holly's Collectibles dolls of different sizes and prices on sale. These dolls are made in China.

You did not write the size of your doll, so I was looking for a doll with a similar sticker on the back of her neck. The sticker shows the doll number, your doll has #80005.
I found a doll, apparently from the same collection as your doll, with the same sticker on the back of the neck #80009, the price is $50: The box looks like yours.


So, this is a limited edition, there are 5000 dolls in this edition, the dolls are about 26-26.5 inches tall and have certificates of authenticity with name.

Here is on sale a doll #80016, the price is $70:,
and another doll from the same limited edition with the price $80
Here is doll #80019, the price is $100.

There are a lot of dolls on sale, so it will be quite difficult to sell your doll for a high price. Try to sell your doll for $ 50.

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