Value of Heritage Signature Doll and a Cabbage Patch Kid?

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Value of Heritage Signature Doll and a Cabbage Patch Kid

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June 8, 20190 found this helpful

I saw two Cabbage Patch dolls in the box for $24.99 on eBay. The Heritage dolls are mass-produced and can go for much less.

June 9, 20190 found this helpful

Thanks will repost individual items


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June 9, 20190 found this helpful

Just add a couple of photos to your present question and someone may be able to supply more information.
I can see that CPK is from 1984 and there is some difference in 1984 and 1985 but it might help if you look for the name on the papers inside thee box.


I believe your little one is well worth listing for sale but eBay is not always a good place for inexperienced sellers.

USPS changes shipping on June 27 and this doll could be over sized and cost a lot of money to ship.
That is why you may want to list them on your local sites so they do not have to be shipped.
Just be sure to use good pictures as both dolls are very nice but your CPK boy will bring you the most money.


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June 9, 20190 found this helpful

When asking for value or information on items it is always best to only ask about one doll/item at a time so that each can be given the attention it deserves.


Several good full length pictures always help with researching an item/doll and any names should be stated or shown in a picture.
A picture of markings/numbers on dolls really help as that is how they are usually identified.
The size of the doll in inches and any other information you can provide will help someone give you more accurate information.
Full pictures of dolls really help and if possible remove the dolls from the boxes for pictures. If boxes are sealed and you do not wish to break the seal then several pictures of the dolls (laying flat) will help.

Your picture of the Cabbage Patch Kid does not show the type of clothing (that I can tell) so you may have to do your own research on this doll.
Not very many 1984 Cabbage Patch dolls are valued at more than $25-$45 and many sell for lot less or do not sell at all.
1984 dolls are considered to be in the less valuable dolls but very few of any age are worth much more and they (as most all dolls) tend to be very slow sellers.


You can check eBay for listings and place a watch on any doll that looks like yours just to see if it sells (doll sellers many times keep dolls listed for weeks/months/years) but asking prices are not current value prices as only a sold item will state what someone is willing to pay for any item/

Here is a link to some of eBay's current listings;

Here are links to eBay dolls that actually sold so you might find your doll listed here and if so, that will give an idea as to how much someone was willing to pay.


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June 9, 20190 found this helpful

Your heritage doll appears to be an eskimo girl. She is sitting unsold on eBay from 7-12 dollars. There are several of her, all unsold, some for many months.


Now your boy cabbage patch....I need a little more info, but the "burgundy" auburn hair dolls--especially the boys, still seem to have value to them and can sell in the mid 50 range (this one sold for 52 + almost 20 in shipping give him an over 70 value!!)

Your photo is hard to see--so if you match your CPK to this one, that will tell you his market value today. This is a SOLD price, not an asking if they match, you may get that much for him if you sell him:

Be aware, the post office is changing their shipping soon to something called DIM (Dimensional) weights so this will affect selling something that needs a big box. Be sure to research this if you are going to sell him on any online market so you don't lose your entire profit to a shipping kerfuffle!


Blessings! Thanks for sharing these two lovely dolls!

June 10, 20190 found this helpful

Alain Lindsay is the dolls name. It's never been opened. Thank you for your info


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