Identifying Porcelain Dolls?

Does anyone know anything about these girls, including where they're from, value, maker, etc.? They're in perfect condition and were gifted to me, but I don't know anything about them.
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April 6, 20200 found this helpful

Are the any identifying marks on the hair line or back of dolls. If blank these 2 lovely dolls are of mass production and although nice, they are not old/vintage. So many like these are going for little. $10 to $25.

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April 6, 20200 found this helpful

From the package I see in the background and if there are no other markings on the dolls they look like novelty dolls to me. A lot of countries sell these in gift shops around the globe. I don't think there hold much value at all. I have had to work in many countries around the world and I see these types of dolls in all the gift shops and also at airports.

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April 6, 20200 found this helpful

Thanks for the feed back. The box is there because I'm moving house.

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I was just curious as to whether to sell them or give them to charity is all.

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April 7, 20200 found this helpful

These are cute, but without more info it will be hard to give you a full picture.

How tall are they? Are the eyes sleepy eyes (open and close) or are they painted? Are the lashes painted or actual (either real or synthetic)? Is the hair real or synthetic? Are the bodies porcelain or bisque? What are they stuffed with? Are the clothes hand or machine made? Do they have any tags inside the clothes? Do you have any boxes or tags?

From a glance, they look like kit dolls that a mom took loose head, body, arms and legs and made and dressed for their child--I say that because the dresses appear to be made from the same materials just slightly different styles. The big box makers did something similar, but the doll's hair color would be different also...and yours are the same.

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Maybe with some more info I can offer better suggestions and possible values!

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