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Value of Goldendale Indian Girl

I have a Goldenvale porcelain Indian girl with two red and blue lines underneath her eyes. What is this porcelain girl worth, she's a 1-2000 Goldenvale? I can't seem to find her on eBay, can someone help me out please.

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November 4, 20200 found this helpful

The number you have indicated here is that the company mass-produced this doll and made 2000 of the same doll. The Indian style doll seems to do a bit better than most other dolls on the market today. All these types of dolls from companies that mass-produce them are currently selling for $5-15. It might be better to try and sell your doll locally because it might get you a bit higher price. If you want to list the doll online you can start off with around $25 and see what happens. I personally think it will be a bit high and might not sell quickly at all. You can try this price for a few weeks and see what happens. You can always lower the price after this to see if anyone is interested in buying your doll.

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November 5, 20200 found this helpful

Dolls in general are very slow sellers no matter the brand, type, size or price.
In the past Native American Indian Girl Porcelain Dolls were generally better & faster sellers but that does not seem to be the case anymore as there has been an influx of these dolls and this has lowered their value.

It would be difficult to find your doll as the picture is dark and you do not show the full doll & costume (or the size) but if you're looking at your doll and cannot find it on eBay then we would most likely not find her either.

I did find this beautiful girl that recently sold on eBay - 22" tall & she is new with tags. She sold for $21.95 + shipping.
I believe if you compare your doll in her condition you will probably realize that dolls are just not selling for very much and your doll would probably fall in the $5-$15 place.

www.ebay.com/.../233734185629?nma=true&si=9sVPVlgc9ZiPNfDMUZgEAeXB3kU...

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November 6, 20200 found this helpful

Can you please confirm...I think you have the Goldenvale girl with the drums (the one on the far right in this photo):

www.etsy.com/.../goldenvale-collection-american-indian

Do you have the outfit and the drums?

I think someone put the war paint on her face because my memory of selling these new when I worked in retail shops, was only the boy dolls had "war paint". The girls did not.

Please post back with more info, including her height and I can help you with value. Sadly if that is who you have and you don't have the original clothes and drum, the value would be minimal.

Looking forward to more info!

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