Hi, I have a 13 inch Peter Pan hand-painted porcelain Franklin Heirloom doll that I am looking to possibly sell and was wondering what it might be worth?
I found a set of 3 Franklin Heirloom Peter Pan dolls that they were selling as a set for $19. This was a bid on the dolls and it has ended. I am not sure if they were actually sold or the bid was just canceled. it says that 11 people put a bid on this doll. www.ebth.com/
That is the link. Currently, dolls are not selling for much at all. This was a lot of 3 and it was only going for $19. The estimated value of your doll would be $5-10.
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What is the value of an opened, but not unwrapped Franklin Heirloom 1991 Disney Alice in Wonderland doll still in the original packaging?
The 1984 version of the doll is currently selling for $20. Your doll is newer than this so it will be worth $15 to $20.
Your exact gal is being advertised on a variety of sites with the highest asking price being 22.50. I have not seen her sell in awhile. Sold prices = market value.
Post back how your sale goes!
The doll market is crazy sometimes.
The same dolls will sometimes be listed all over for $30 or less and then one sells for a lot more.
Most of the Franklin Heirloom Disney Alice in Wonderland dolls that are listed in so many places is not the same doll but the earlier 1981-1984 (not sure which year is correct) model and they seem to be selling but the sold prices vary greatly and run from $5-$45.
I have not seen very many of the 1991 dolls listed for sale. Your doll has blonde hair and a light blue dress and is approximately 12-13" tall.
If yo wish to sell your doll, I would suggest listing her on local venues like Facebook Marketplace, OfferUp, or LetGo and maybe show her as pick up only s people really like to know they can actually see something before paying the money.
Being unwrapped in the box has very little advantage as people usually will only buy what they can see, so I would sat to unwrap your doll and take several very good pictures - pictures in the box and out so they can see how pretty she is. Look at the above listing to see what type of pictures to take or check ot this one on WorthPoint for details about your doll.
You can start her at a higher price and lower it is no one shows any interest.
Take good pictures and list now and she might sell before Christmas.
I need help determining the value of a Franklin Mint doll, Bunny design by Maryse Nicole.
The Franklin Mint Dolls are from a company that mass-produces dolls and there is normally 500 to 1000 of one doll in a lot that the companmy makes and sells worldwide. The doll market has taken a big decline in recent years and people are trying hard to sell off their dolls in order to downsize and get rid of them. A lot of people currently try to list these dolls online to sell them.
What is the value of an unopened Franklin Heirloom doll, Marilyn Monroe?
Normally people upload the photo of the doll to make it easier to identify. Anyhow, most of these dolls are not worth much these days and people are selling them for as low as $5.
I am seeing different ones on Ebay going for $50 to $150
The issue is, are people actually buying? The reality of ebay today is it is an oversaturated market, and the only thing that seems to move anymore is electronics.
But at least people are asking that much for them, which is a lot better than can be said for many other such dolls on the market.
I have this doll from Maryse Nicole. It's missing the hair piece, the facemask, the stand, and the original box. But, it is beautiful; is it worth anything?
Most of these dolls are listed for $15 to $50 on a lot of websites. The value of dolls has declined so much in the past few years and it is hard to sell them online. Most people now try to sell them locally to avoid the cost of shipping and a lot of time they receive a higher value for the doll.
She is beautiful.
Maryse Nicole is the artist/designer of quite a few Franklin Mint dolls and she also designed dolls for several other doll companies.
There are quite a few listings for her dolls but I did not see one like yours.
This does not mean it is rare because almost all doll companies made several thousand of each doll they produced which of course, just means that very few will be valuable.
Dolls are presently at an all time low in value and demand and I, personally, do not believe this trend will change for the next 10-20 years. The market is just not there for dolls anymore.
You can blame it on whatever you like: the companies overproducing/calling their dolls 'collectible' and fooling the public into thinking all dolls would increase in value, seniors/adults dumping these dolls because they no longer want them and nobody in their family wants them, true doll collectors do not want these overproduced dolls, girls very rarely place a doll on any wanted list (electronics are the in thing, and of course the Internet.
Since your doll is missing some of her outfit it may lower the value, especially the face mask as this is an essential part of her costume.
You can check out similar dolls listed for sale so you will have a good idea as to what type of pictures you need as well as a good description.
Asking prices are not current value prices - only prices sellers would like to receive for their items. Only sold prices can give the price someone is willing to pay for the item.
Here are listings on eBay (for this brand & artist/designer). You can place a watch on any doll to see if she sells. Sellers list dolls for long periods of time - hoping they will eventually sell.
Here are the dolls that have sold on eBay over the past few months. As you can see, this artist is still popular but only a few are over $30.
If you decide to sell you might want to list her on some local venues like Craigslist, OfferUp, LetGo, Facebook Marketplace or any of the other popular sites.
This way you can list her several times and start your price higher - lower it if you have no interest.
List her as pick up only with no shipping or list with shipping but be sure you check shipping cost closely before listing.
I have a Franklin Heirloom first edition Dolly Madison porcelain doll in the box with certificate. How much would this doll be worth?
This sounds like your first edition might be worth more to a true collector so maybe you might think about keeping it for a while longer as it may become even more valuable in the future.
I have a list of dolls from the Franklin Mint. I am just wondering the price/value of each. #5 has a repaired leg.
The same information will fit these dolls as was given for your Coca Colo dolls as most of these will fall under the same values (or less value).
How much is a Franklin Heirloom doll named Lorelei in perfect condition worth?
These are beautiful dolls but there are so many nice dolls available that a buyer has a large variety to choose from and prices from $15-$150 so you can easily see why your doll is not very valuable - money wise.
I have an authentic Franklin Heirloom doll. The very first doll made in the Romantic Flower Maidens collection. Rose, who is love doll number P11 B.The artist is Merri Roderick, made by the W.S. George China Company.
These are mass-produced dolls that decrease in value, and are worth $25 at best.
What doll is this and how much is it worth? It's in the box with all the papers.
I have a Lady Elizabeth doll by Franklin Heirloom Dolls from the Royal Palace Heirloom Doll Collection. It has the original box I believe and a certificate of authenticity. What would this doll be worth?