Joella - Seymour Mann's Connoisseur Doll Collection?

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.


Thank you for your time.

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March 30, 20180 found this helpful
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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.

  • Most of these dolls sell for less than $35 and they may take "forever" to even sell at that price.
  • These dolls come in all sizes, all cultures, all ages (baby to granny), all styles of clothing so a buyer can pick & choose and pay very little for dolls that are mass produced.
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  • There are over 7,000 Seymour Mann dolls presently listed on eBay and quite a few on Etsy (some with very high asking prices) but we have no way to know how long any have been listed or if they will ever sell.
  • Value does not seem to matter if the dolls are new, in-the-box, preowned, limited edition (almost all have this on the box), etc., because buyers have such a wide selection to choose from.
  • Truthfully, the majority of these pretty dolls sell for under $12 and some sellers even have "free shipping" ( a real joke) but it costs the seller money and many times it can actually "cost" the seller money to sell that doll. This is true on any auction site (eBay, Etsy, Ruby Lane, etc.).
  • Take a look at the Seymour Mann dolls recently sold on eBay and you will see why everyone is saying the value is very low.
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  • Many dolls sold for $3-$4 and some even had free shipping which will cost $5-$10 no matter where it is shipped. (This is sad as I feel sure some of these "sellers" had no idea this would happen.)
  • This does not mean there are not exceptions to the "rule".
  • If you wish to sell your doll, I would suggest you list her on your local Craigslist as you can place the starting price as whatever you wish and just lower it if no one shows an interest.

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March 29, 20180 found this helpful

More than likely you won't find a lot of information about this doll. They are mass produced and carry a certificate with them. However, they don't bring a high resale value if you're wanting to sell this doll. I tried searching this company online and it appears that most people just all these to their personal images on Pinterest.


If you want to sell the doll again, it won't gain you a lot of money. Normally, you could ask $15 to $25 for the doll.


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March 29, 20180 found this helpful

Any Seymour Mann doll was mass-produced and usually has a maximum value of $25.


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