Identifying Vintage Ceramic Figurines?

I recently found these in a storage unit. I am not sure what they are or worth.
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November 12, 20190 found this helpful
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There were so many of these "Big Eyed" girls made in the 1960s and beyond that it may be nearly impossible to figure out who made these. The most likely had a paper tag that is long gone.

They are not Josef or Margaret Keane's ,which used to be the high end collectibles. Josef's still have a little value, the Keane's have dropped in most markets--or at least in my experience and it seems like there is a similar trend on eBay.

You could always list them as a 7 day auction (as a lot) and call them big eyed figurines blonde up-do hair and see what they fetch. I would not call them vintage unless you can find an absolute match to them because these are still being made today and you would not want to mislead buyers. They are cute big eyed figurines--that is not misleading!

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Start at the least your would want to take and let the market dictate the value.

There are still some people who collect the "big eyes" who may love these!

Post back how your sale goes!

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November 11, 20190 found this helpful

You will have a better chance of getting the value if you can find an identifying mark on the bottom or the back.

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November 11, 20190 found this helpful

It is hard to say one way or the other if they are actually worth any money or not. Normally you should be able to find some sort of a mark on the bottom of the figure. If you can post this here it is easier to help you identify the figures and check to see if they are worth anything or not. Without this it is too hard to find out any information on them at all.

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