I have only seen one other Sandra doll still in the box unopened in excellent original condition. I am trying to find out the year it was made and its approximate value.
It is such a shame that the market right now is flooded with dolls like this. Many of these dolls have been sitting on these sites like eBay and Esty for so long and they are not selling at all. People are trying to sell the dolls for around $25-35 but they are not selling. The majority of the dolls that actually sell are only selling for $5-15 each. The price that dolls sell for determines the market value of dolls right now.
Ask a QuestionHere are the questions asked by community members. Read on to see the answers provided by the ThriftyFun community or ask a new question.
I have two porcelain dolls from Collectible Memories. Both appear to be somewhat vintage and have certificates of authenticity. They were designed by Norma.I cannot find information about them anywhere. If anyone has any information it would be greatly appreciated.
I saw the 30-inch doll for $74.25 on bonanza.com.
These dolls are lovely but this type of doll usually does not have a high resale value. The maker tends to mass produce them and this just makes them very "common".
But if you look at the sold items you can get a more realistic idea of the true worth:
I have a Collectible Memories genuine porcelain doll "Jane". It is still in the box. I never got it out and handled it.It also has the the stand. What is her value or what does she typically go for?
Is she the 14 inch gal? I have seen your exact gal being offered on various websites from 4.99 to 9.99. All have sat unsold for months so I cannot confirm her current market value which always equals a sold price.
If she were mine, I would start at 9.99 and take best offer.
Thanks for sharing her! She is a cutie!
The doll value is surprisingly low and they sell for very little these days. The company makes dolls in lots of 1000 to 2000 dolls each time and this drives down the value of the doll after it has been sold. There are some people who just want to sell the doll and get rid of the doll but they still have problems even though they are asking just $5 for the doll. You are looking at a price between $5 to $15 for the doll. Try selling it offline you may get a better price for this doll.
Such cute dolls.
Dolls have the lowest value in history and I do not see any reason for that to improve as dolls are just not on very many 'wanted' lists anymore.
We can quote you figures but sometimes it helps sink in when you can actually see what is happening.
Here is the link to eBay Collectible Memories dolls so you can see what others are asking for their dolls and you might wish to place a watch on one or two to see if they sell (there are no Jane dolls listed right now but that does not really mean anything). A "Jane" doll would have to be special for the name to improve value (most listings do not have a name) and there does not appear to be anything special or unusual about your doll.
The only place to try and find any kind of current value to find the same or very similar doll under sold listings on eBay.
You do not state the size of your doll but many sellers do not show this either. Usually, even with higher shipping costs, larger (18" and over) still sell for more money but no one has any idea how long a seller has had a doll listed before it sold.
If you still wish to sell then you might try listing her on Facebook Marketplace.or other sites with local pick up only.
I don't really know anything about dolls so I thought I would post a question on a site like this. I got her at a thrift store and wanted to know more about her. She didn't come with a name, but it said exclusively designed, hand painted and created. So I don't know if that means she's a one of a kind or if there are dolls like her. On her neck, it says 85 Leonardo, and I found she was sold in Kmart.Ive seen other dolls like her (face, eyes, hair color and style) but I don't know if it's the same because blue eyes and blond hair are common. Searched the heck outta her brand, (Collectible Memories exclusive) and didn't find much. Again, I'm no expert so the stuff I might know can be completely wrong. Help is very much wanted, thank you.
I would like to find the value of a Collectible Memories fine bisque porcelain doll. It is a limited collector's edition, Paula Beth. It has a hand crafted face, arms, and legs. She has hand tailored fabric-trimming, accessories, a rocking horse, plus a certificate of authenticity, and display stand included.The doll is pretty old and I want to know its value in order to sell it.
I believe this is your gal and she is on eBay right now at a fixed price of 8.99 + shipping. She's been unsold for quite a while now, which is sad. She may sell in the 4-5 dollar range...but I am sure the seller is not even happy that she is not selling at 8.99
You will want to watch her to see if she sells and that will give you her exact value OR you can list yours for less and then a buyer would pick yours vs. this one.
I feel bad she is not worth more. She is adorable!
I ask this question because I cannot seem to find Reesa anywhere. I am wondering if anyone knows how much she is worth.I see the other folks for sale, but not her.
Collectible Memories dolls are mass-produced and are usually not more than $25 used.
I have a Collectible Memories porcelain doll. She is 28" tall. Her name is Arleen. I've attached a photo. What is her approximate value? She is in excellent shape.
It is not worth more than about 30.00 dollars.
I have a Collectible Memories Reesa doll still in the box and am hoping to find out what it is worth. Please?
These dolls were mass-produced. I have seen them on eBay for less than $20.
My doll is in its package. It is a limited edition Collectible Memories, genuine porcelain doll. I don't know what year or anything about it. How do I find out?
These dolls are mass-produced. They have very little monetary value, but are pretty. They usually come with a certificate that tells you what number in the series is was. The doll should also have the markings on the neck, back or foot.
What is the value of a Collectible Memories genuine porcelain doll, limited collector's edition 29 inches tall. She has a handcrafted face, arms, and legs of fine bisque porcelain. The clothing is hand tailored fabric, trimming, and accessories. I have the certificate of authenticity. The display stand is included. I have 3 dolls: Jennifer, Anne Shirley, and Allison.
By Daniel L.
EBay has them for Bid/Sale up to about $30.00. Some offered online selling for $10-$25. Keep in mind that just because the doll may be fancy, old, inherited, etc., it most probably has little value as most are mass produced.
What is the value of a Collectible Memories porcelain doll "Lila"? I would also like to know the value of my Collectors Choice limited edition porcelain doll (can't find name). She has a red dress on and she is sitting next to a dresser with umbrella and necklace hanging from dresser
You can do your own research on eBay, Google etc. There are a lot of dolls available now.
I found her in a plastic airtight box filled with newspaper. She's in perfect condition, and has a tag on her wrist that reads "Collectible Memories: Porcelain Dolls: Taylor".
By Jessica W. from West Palm, FL
Hi - you may find some info on eBay, Google, etsy or Replacements.com.
Can anybody tell me any information on the Collectible Memories genuine porcelain doll, Samuel?
This is a mass-produced doll and worth around $25