I have 3 14 inch porcelain dolls made by Walt Disney productions. They're, It's a Small World, dolls. The one from Spain sings La Cucaracha, the one from Ireland sings My Wild Irish Rose, and the third one I am not sure of the country, but it has a royal blue dress with red, white, and blue trim also a red, white, blue bow with feathers.
First, make your own vision for how much they cost by looking for antiquity. Most of it will be researching how many dolls are out there, how good is the quality, and how antique and verifiable is the product. Is it some nitch made in an alley or is it a factory made or business verified with actual Disney. Get in contact with your seller and get the full history. If you still believe it has a good few years and may hold value, look for some nearby auctions to look into it as well.
ebay is probably a better place form where to see where things are actually being bought and sold for, and whether there exists a market.
On this link I see these sorts of dolls on sale anywhere from $30 to $75 - www.ebay.com/
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I have 4 dolls and I'm trying to find the values. They are from the Brass Key 2006 Disney Princess Starlite collection, Aurora no.2678, Bellel no.2677, Snowwhite no.2679, and Cinderella no.2676. All are in excellent condition, no damage to clear plastic, or to boxes. Here is the link to the same doll I found on eBay.
Normally, if you have already found your doll on eBay this will give you a good idea for the asking price for your doll. Most dolls in collections such as yours are mass produced and don't bring a high resale value.
The best you can do is search on eBay and see what other's are asking for this doll or dolls. This will help you determine the price of the dolls and how much you can sell them for. Most people don't get more than $25 for them.