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To find her exactly to get her true value, you may need to search eBay and Etsy for examples of a sold version using the terms victorian or dark blue dress and hat + dynasty collection.
I did a quick search and found many that were almosts...people don't often list the dolly name, just the brand and the dress color or hair color.
Sadly this brand, in general did not hold its value in today's market. They made WAY to many similars.
You can get an idea of the value in general by doing eBay completed and looking at the count and then clicking on the sold and it goes down by 2/3 to 3/4.
She may have more value if you can find an exact match to her, but that may take weeks for her to come up using the more generic search method.
If you are going to sell her, you can always start high and take best offer.
OR, give her to a child who will love her!! That is the best way to spread kindness and joy!!
What is the value of my porcelain doll? She is from the Dynasty Collection and her name is Kimiko. She was purchased in 1990 for $150.00. I have seen one on an auction site for $2,500.00.
The dolls from the Dynasty Collection are going for $50 and less on eBay. www.ebay.com/
My dad found a Dynasty doll and he wanted me to find out it's value. Her name is Sweetie.
The asking price of this one is $3.20. www.ebay.com/
I have a limited edition Dynasty doll from 1991, not out of box. It is a JCPenney annual doll of the year. Her name is Ashley.
Keep in mind that just because a doll may be fancy, old, inherited, etc., it most probably has little value as most are mass produced in the thousands and very often include a fake certification, the rather misleading term limited edition etc., in their names. A doll's condition is extremely important in considering value-the best doll prices are paid for dolls literally never removed from their boxes. You can find prices for some dolls on EBay and try online for further research. This site is a good place to start:
These dolls are mass-produced, so they are not rare and have very little value.
There worth about 30 dollars.Check E-Bay.
I have a boy/girl Dynasty pair named Kevin and Anna. Their Dynasty tags are different (though both are from Cardinal, Inc., Kevin's label says "Anna Collection"). The boxes are the same, but they can't have come out together because their outfit color differs: her is black and his navy blue. But the styles are a very good match; his bowtie and her hair bow are the same.
I have a Dynasty Collection boy doll. Where can I find a date of manufacture and a price? He is wearing a USA outfit!
Im not sure how to find the date of manufacture, but I do know these dolls lose their value. They are less than $25.
I have a musical, moving head bisque doll by Dynasty Doll Collection made in Taiwan, but have done search after search and can't find her for sale or in image searches anywhere! I am wanting her value. She has "real" eyeballs and plays music while her head rotates.
Dynasty Dolls are selling for less than $20 on eBay.
I'm finding them between $18 and $40 online
You may not find this particular doll but will find many like it and the value will be approximately the same. Dolls that are made in such high numbers are rarely very valuable and the condition also has a lot to do with value (it appears the elastic is "gone" from the sleeves and pants legs of your doll).
My daughter was given a porcelain Dynasty Doll named Emily still in the box with all tags still on and certificate of Authentication as well. My daughter is only 3 so I'm putting it up till she's older, but I tried to do a Google search on her to see what year she was made or her worth so when I finally give it to my daughter I could tell her all about it, but couldn't find this specific doll. So if anyone could tell me anything about our Dynasty Doll Emily I would appreciate it. Thank you in advance.
I have a Dynasty doll, Nadine. I am trying to figure out her value as her price range varies wildly on the internet.
Dynasty dolls are mass produced. They lose value rather than gain. Most of these dolls are $25 and less
The reason the price value varies so on the internet is because the doll is mass produced. Most people who have this doll and no longer want it, try to sell it off at a very low price. Others, feel they deserve more for the doll because they paid a good price for it when it was new. In all reality, if a doll is not made by a famous doll maker the price range is $7 to $25 dollars. You'll just have to determine how much you want to ask for yours.
These dolls are mass produced and so plentiful that most are not valued at more than $30 but usually even less.
The only information supplied is "musical Dynasty doll" so it would be difficult for someone to pinpoint your doll. You may be able to go on eBay and use the dolls name and size and find your doll.
Here are typical listings on eBay (the largest doll site in the world) and also the third link is to dolls recently sold.
They are worth about 20 dollars.You can go on E-Bay over a two month period and watch what your doll sells for.Make sure it is actual sales and not listed prices.You could try selling it for more at a yard sale or somewhere else.
I have a Dynasty Collection doll. The doll's name is Margarita, but I can't seem to locate her anywhere online to get her value. She's in mint condition and still has plastic around her hands and feet, and all the tags are intact. She has never been removed from the box.
These dolls are mass-produced and not worth much, even if never opened. Enjoy them for what they are.
The dolls in this collection very rarely sell for more than a few dollars and even more - dolls are very slow sellers so many are relisted many times and may never sell - even at very low prices.
You may not find this particular doll but most of the dolls are of about the same value - occasionally one model might sell for a little more but not too often.
Here is a link to the dolls presently listed on eBay from the Dynasty Collection and the second link are the dolls that actually sold and the price someone paid.
She is a 1989 Dynasty doll, Anna collection named Eva. I want to know more about her so if you do have some info please let me know. I love to learn about my dolls.
I would like to know how much my porcelain doll from the Dynasty doll collection is worth. His name is Randy. Who buys them?