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Identifying a Porcelain Doll?

What type of doll is this? Is it rare? How much would it cost? It is made of porcelain, does this doll have a history behind it? I included a picture of the only information I found on the doll.

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December 12, 20200 found this helpful

Those numbers on the tush tag and that she was made in China make her a newer (1990s or later--quite frankly she could be just a few years old) doll.

How tall is she? If she is 10 inches or smaller, she may sell for $5-10 online.

If she is 10 inches or taller, she may sell between $10-15 online.

No name on the tag means she was probably boxed, with a hang tag, maybe a certificate of authenticity. Without those, it may be almost impossible to tell exactly what brand she is. And without these the value may be even less (sadly).

Sadly with everyone downsizing, billions of dolls are on the market and that drove the prices down to almost nothing.

If you can hold on to her, maybe in 10-15 years the values will come back.

Thanks for sharing her!! I love the rosebuds on her dress!! You actually may fetch more for just the cute outfit than the doll, and the shipping would be very low (and would not be breakable).

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December 12, 20200 found this helpful

These are mass-produced dolls. While pretty, they have very little value in the marketplace.

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December 12, 20200 found this helpful

Both dolls are lovely but the value is very low for most dolls right now and since it has slowly deteriorated over the years it probably will not improve anytime soon.
Value as stated with your other doll will most likely less than $25 and may take a long time to sell.
Thrift stores do not really want this type doll as they take up space and are very slow sellers even at low prices. They also cannot place them within reach of children because they are so fragile.
If you still wish to try and sell them it may be best to list them on sites like Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, OfferUp, IOffer or any other site you're familiar with with.

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December 13, 20200 found this helpful

Another lovely doll, that does not have a company name, because it is a mass produced doll , value is under $15. On todays market it is hard to even get that much for a used doll. You could try this link to double check on it's value - https://www.justanswer.com

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