Identifying a Porcelain Doll?

She is about 12 inches tall. I can only remember sitting on my grandmother's couch with a magazine over 30 years ago picking her out. Please help me identify her.
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November 7, 20180 found this helpful

Dolls like this were made by Franklin Mint. You might want to upload the picture to their website and ask them.

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November 9, 20180 found this helpful

Franklin Mint bridal dolls do seem to have some value to them

but suffer the same fate as most dolls: "The Franklin Mint was founded in the mid-1960s to produce collectibles such as silver ingots, dolls, china plates and die-cast models. The Mint marketed their products as investments which the buyer could enjoy over time as the value of the object increased. But unfortunately, the values did not increase for all items and today, establishing a value for Franklin Mint items can be tricky." antiques.lovetoknow.com/Franklin_Mint_Price_Guide

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this link gives price guide and identifying guides

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