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I have a Seymour Mann Connoisseur baby doll. The style number is rdk-257 C-18330. If anyone can tell me want this is worth and/or about the doll, I'd appreciate it!
By Christina W. from Raleigh
You can search online and find many sites for doll collectors. Keep in mind that just because the doll may be fancy, old, inherited, etc., it most probably has little value.
I have a pair of Seymour Mann dolls in the box. Never opened but the box is damaged. The style number is: SJ-1012D. I'm asking how much are they worth? Thanks for your help and have a great day.
it is worth about 15 to 20 dolls or more if it is in good shape.
I'd say check prices for similar size and similar age (if you can determine that) on Ebay. Unless they are GREAT names, most porcelain dolls aren't worth much; just go to Goodwill and look at all of them looking for new homes!
Seymour Mann produces pretty dolls but their high numbers of so many dolls brings the value very but their are exceptions.
I have a Seymour Mann doll, reg. no PA-3630 (TW) and reg. no CH-17806. Does anyone know the name of this doll and what it is worth?
Seymour Mann dolls are mass-produced. Even though they can be more than $100, the do not retain their value and are typically worth $15-$25.
I have looked on eBay and other sites and I am having trouble finding this doll (Joella). Any ideas or help on info, value, etc. would be greatly appreciated.
Over the years, Seymour Mann has produced so many dolls that it would be impossible to find every one of these at any given time. If you are an eBay member you can put Joella on a "watch" list and eBay will notify you if someone happens to list this doll. Just go to "advanced" and check out eBay services.
I have a Seymour Mann Connoisseur collection doll MCMXCVI (Marguerite) in the original box with all the tags, in excellent condition and would like to know what it is worth?
The Seymour Mann doll collections are mass produced and don't bring a high resale value. It is unfortunate that this happens, The dolls that hold their value and increase in value are the ones made by famous doll collectors.
I have a Mann musical porcelain doll and want to know what it's worth. The reg number is PA1141. OH-12567
This type of dolls are mass produced and don't have a high resale value. Most people try to sell dolls, thinking they are worth a great deal of money. When in fact, only the dolls who are made by famous doll makers brings this type of price. Your doll will resale for around $20 to $40 tops.
How much is a Seymour Mann doll #FH 294 worth? The cost of this doll was $50 in 1990.
I can't find your exact doll but they range from 10.00 to 50.00. You should go on E-Bay look over the dolls you may find yours. You can get E-Mail alerts from E-Bay if your doll becomes listed they will let you know.
I have 11 Seymour Mann baby dolls in their boxes. They belonged to my mother who passed away and left them to me. I am not a doll collector. Is there anywhere I can find the value? I have all the code numbers. We are moving soon and do not have space for 11 dolls.
I have 2 porcelain Connoisseur Collection dolls by Seymour Mann. They are black Raggedy Ann and Andy. Everything is original and still in the box. I also have the certificate of authenticity. I have had these 2 dolls around 10 to 15 years. I had purchased them back in the late 80s. I am hoping to find out their value. The style numbers are:
I have had to stop looking for several years. I am looking to get rid of it, but cannot find the details or information on this doll. It is a Connoisseur collection doll from Seymour Mann. MCMXCVI, style number C 26285. It is a geisha doll.
Start your search at www.dollreference.com.
Ebay has Seymore man dolls listed ranging from 10$ -100.00
I wanted to know the value of a Seymour Mann Connoisseur Collection doll. The style number is CED 200A/D. I looked everywhere and can't find the exact one. It was bought in 1984.
I have the Seymour Mann doll, Jody. I would like to know what it is worth.
Thank you =)
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 and very often include a fake certification, the rather misleading term limited edition etc., in their names. 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:
I saw something similar on eBay for $65.
Seymour Mann dolls are mostly mass produced and because of this, the actual value of their dolls is usually very low. This company also made quite a few "sets" of 2 dolls and usually they were 11" dolls. Most of them were either character dolls or Christmas theme dolls.
It appears that your dolls are of the Christmas theme and sometimes in the months of November and December these dolls will bring more money than at other times of the year. Judging from the actual prices paid for sets on eBay and Etsy, I would value your dolls at $40 to 50 dollars.
Dolls do not usually sell quickly on any site and bring very little money if sold to a store. I would recommend listing on Craigslist if you plan to sell. Just remember that good pictures are what sells an item.
I have bride doll in its original box certified January 16 1988. Does it have a value and if so how much?
Go to dollreference.com. It is a great place to get doll values
Seymour Mann are usually very beautiful dolls but there were so many produced that true value is very low.
Auction sites are usually the best place to find the really true value of a doll like this as it shows what people are trying to sell and also what dolls actually sold for.
Here is a listing of Seymour Bride Dolls presently listed on eBay and their asking price - some sellers have the same dolls listed for months and months and may never sell them - others may sell faster but not often. You may find a doll like yours or similar:
Here is a listing showing what similar dolls sold for in the last 30 days:
I'm trying to find out information on a doll I purchased. I know she is a Seymour Mann doll and her number is 183/1200. I want to know is she a character doll or a princess doll? Any info will help I can send picture.
I have a Seymore Mann Victorian doll that has no name tag. Would you be able to tell me her name? Also, what is her approximate value and if she is rare? The number on the outside of the box is HH-1100A/D and registration # is 8086567. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
These dolls have different values. The most expensive one I saw was $218 and it was 30 inches. Other dolls went for as little as $10. I did my research on eBay.
Do you have photos? On average, $20 to $150
What's the value of C.Y Wang Dulcie
I have a "Poor Little Rich Girl" Shirley Temple doll that is in a blue, pleated sailor dress. The box says "A Connoisseur's Collection Doll" from Seymour Mann - Hand Painted Porcelain. However the back of her neck is imprinted with "The Danbury Mint" and the "Shirley Temple" signature is underneath the imprint. It's been in my garage for many years and I'm curious if its value.