Value of Cabbage Patch Kid Doll?

I'm having a hard time finding this vintage CPK doll. She doesn't have a signature or a side tag. I bought 15 of these dolls from an estate sale. All of the others that I've researched are from 1980 on. They are definitely originals and have been played with, although they're in good condition and not damaged. Most are signed on their bum, but one has a side tag only and this black one has neither.

Please help. Thanks!

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March 11, 20200 found this helpful
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She is sweet and looks like a mom made doll. When Cpk were popular, there were classes at fabric stores teaching Diy dolls that looked a lot like yours. There were also various patterns sold for home Crafters.

They were called "soft sculpture doll" patterns.

If you are trying to sell her, since technically she is most likely ooak (one of a kind) you can list her as a 7 day auction, start it as little as you want to accept, may be 9.99 and let the market dictate the final value.

Don't use cabbage patch in your headline or you could get dinged with false advertising. Best to list as soft sculpture, ooak.

Post back how your sale goes!

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March 10, 20200 found this helpful

There are a lot of these dolls on the market/online sales. Dolls that are not package/unopened, are only bringing in $10 to $25.


Best conditioned unopened can get upward $25 to $40 at auction on Ebay. Because there are so many, they are not offering much!

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March 10, 20200 found this helpful

Some are worth 1000,but most are worth 25 to 30 dollars.These dolls were mass produced.There are not too many rare cabbage patch babies.

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March 11, 20200 found this helpful

From what I am understanding you want to know about this doll because she does not have a tag or even a signature. When these dolls first came out my daughter was 5 years old and fell in love with them because everyone at school had one. They were so hard to find at this time and they cost a lot more than I could afford to buy her one. I was working in Mexico and at this time they had some they were selling there for a fraction of the cost of the original doll.


The doll I did buy her at this time was just like your doll it did not have any tags or even a signature on the doll. It appears that your doll has fallen into this category. It is harder to identify a doll like this unless the certificate stayed with the doll. The one I bought had a certificate and a name.

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March 15, 20200 found this helpful

I don't think this doll is one of them, but there are a few OG CPK worth a lot of money and these are it:

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