Value of a Classic Treasures Porcelain Doll?

January 17, 2020

Value of a Classic Treasures Special Edition Doll - box with a girl and boy doll both wearing light pink outfitsI have a Classic Treasures special edition porcelain doll. I am curious as the value of this collectible. This box has never been opened.



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Awww! How cute!!

I found your set being listed as an active auction on eBay as a best offer starting at 9.99 plus shipping:

You may want to watch it and see if it sells and that will be today's current market value.

You will see the shipping is really high. Be sure if you sell yours to double box and pack carefully then weigh and measure the box before listing. These dolls are very fragile and a single box you risk them getting to the buyer in a million pieces!

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This brother and sister set look like they are all dressed up in their Easter outfits.
Such a shame to see such adorable dolls valued so low.
I believe the companies mass produced so many dolls that we will not see an increase in value even in the next 10 - 20 years.


Not only are so many dolls available there is just not a good market for them. In the past every young girl wanted dolls - lots of dolls - but now they are into electronics/cell phones/music and very, very few are wanting a doll even at 3-4 years old.
Dolls are a thing of the past...

You can check eBay sold listings for same/similar dolls and see the dismal expectation of what the current value may be.
You may notice some selling for under $30 with free shipping and since shipping will be $9-$30 (depending on the size/location) (also eBay & PayPal fees) there is not much profit there (some even sell at a loss to sellers).
I also noticed one cute doll sold for $.99 plus small shipping - what a waste of time for that seller.
Also, shipping is a hazard for sellers because so many are damaged and the seller has to refund the buyer all the money they payed so the seller could be out everything - doll, money paid by buyer, shipping cost the seller had to pay and cannot get back, eBay fees - can be a costly lesson.


USPS insurance is costly and even Priority Mail insurance is debatable as the post office can deny a claim if they say doll was not packaged properly.
Do not believe anything a seller states in their listings about no refunds, not responsible for damage and all that junk because eBay says they are responsible and will refund the buyer and take the money from your PayPal account or even send to collection if no money in PayPal or bank.

Some of the dolls that are listed as sold could have been listed for months - even years - but we have no way to know the time listed.

Maybe you could place several dolls together and list them on local venues as 'pick up only' so there is no shipping involved.
Here is a listing to review from several years ago but gives you an idea of how to list a group.


Another one of your brand dolls.

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May 28, 2020

This is a a special edition, genuine bisque porcelain doll. Is it worth anything?

Value of a Classic Treasures Porcelain Doll - blond haired doll wearing a red beret, red sweater vest over a long sleeve plaid dress
Value of a Classic Treasures Porcelain Doll


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I'm sorry to say these dolls are mass produced and sold to low end stores like K-Mart, drug stores and some mall toy stores and their present day value is very low.


Most of these dolls will never sell as the market is flooded with this type of doll and even more expensive dolls are selling for very low prices - $5 - $25 but most often, they never sell.
There are presently over 400 of this brand doll listed for sale on eBay (and many more all over the country) and only one doll has sold in May.
You can look for your doll on eBay and if you find her you can place a watch on the listing to see if she sells. If that doll sells then that would be your current value as only a sold item shows what someone was willing to pay for that item.

This is a link to eBay sold listings so you can see what similar dolls are selling for.


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'Classic Treasures' is one of those murky brands that isn't really a brand. IE it appears stamped on all sorts of recreational/decor items, but doesn't seem to come from a specific factory, manufacturer, or whatnot. This indicates that is is severely NON collectable, since, in spite of certificates of authenticity, it does not have a PEDIGREE, the way Hummel or Precious Moments do.

The certificate only indicates that they pledge they did not create more than a certain quantity of them; but it doesn't take away from the fact that they still churned out millions of editions of different sorts of dolls, even if they only produced 2000 of the doll you have.

When i search for Classic Treasures, I find that they manufacture all sorts of random things, from porcelain dolls to jigwas puzzles. This sounds to me like some random Chinese manufacturer that just churns out stuff for a generic sort of marketplace (Affiliate Link)

Here's a fun list of doll manufacturers

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June 11, 2019

I have a porcelain doll it has the certificate of authentication and I was wondering about how much it is worth? If anyone could give me a rough estimate it would be extremely helpful.

A collectible doll in a box.


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June 11, 20190 found this helpful

These "special edition" dolls are mass-produced and decrease in value. Even if they have a certificate and were never taken out of the box, they are worth $25 or less.

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It is sad to see such lovely dolls decrease in value almost to the point of 'worthless'. This does not mean that dolls like this cannot be sold but the value is so very low and the market is flooded with so many dolls that almost any type doll may take a very long time to sell or may never sell - at any price.

Your doll is a holiday doll which makes it even more difficult to sell as the time span for holiday dolls is very short - maybe 2-3 months out of the year and generally go unnoticed the rest of the year.

I believe it would be difficult for you to sell your doll for even $15-$25.
Only sold dolls can give you any idea of what someone will pay for an item but you can check out these links to see what this brand of doll is selling for.
Most likely (especially at this time of year) you will not find an identical doll but the sold prices may help you see what people are presently paying for this brand.

It would be nice if you had someone to gift this doll since the value is low it would seem nice to give it to someone to cherish (when value does not matter).

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June 12, 20190 found this helpful

The sweet Classic Treasures dolls. They are adorable, but sadly, at the moment their value is below $10, with many of them sitting unsold on eBay for months and months and months. I found a dark haired version of this gal on eBay where an ambitious seller is asking $29.95, but I have no hope it will sell for any where near that.

She may fetch a little more closer to Christmas since she is a holiday themed gal.

Truly her true value is not in money, but if you can find a child who would love her, that would be the best price for her--a little love.

I so wish I had better news for you on your lovely. If you can hold on to her for 15-20 years, she may increase in value since people right now are trashing these dolls left and right. In the future, maybe, someone will miss her and want to get her back.

Thanks for sharing!

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