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Value of a Collector's Choice Porcelain Doll

How much can I get for a genuine Collector's Choice fine bisque porcelain doll?

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August 20, 20180 found this helpful
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This collection of dolls (and many, many similar dolls) are all mass produced and sold to low end stores (like K-Mart) all over the world but mostly in the US. This high production of each style doll lowers the value and makes this type doll difficult to sell. Some of these dolls may sell for $25 but most will sell for $5-$15 and may take a very long time to sell (or may never sell).

  • You can check sites like eBay (the largest doll selling site in the world), Etsy and Google to search for your particular doll but there are over 1,000 Collector's Choice dolls listed at any given time so you may never actually locate this doll.
  • Most of these dolls fall in the same category - not rare and very plentiful at very low prices.
  • Here are Collector's choice dolls presently listed on eBay and the seller's asking prices (asking prices do not mean very much as this is just waht the seller would LIKE to sell for:
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  • www.ebay.com/.../i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2323012...
  • You can check out the sold listings on eBay and see the wide difference in asking prices and what someone actually paid for one of these dolls:
  • www.ebay.com/.../i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=Collector%27s...
  • If you are wanting to sell your doll, you may have better luck to post her on your local Craigslist, OfferUp, IOffer or any other local site.
  • People like to see dolls before they purchase.
  • You would need much better photos as this one is dark and blurry.
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August 21, 20180 found this helpful
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Sadly, as everyone has stated, these lovelies have not held their money value...meaning you won't retire from the proceeds.

That said...I see two options for them having a value...either in the future or now...

1. Since so many people are literally dumping dolls these days to get back shelf and closet space, it may pay to hold on to her because eventually it may come around that people miss having these pretty dolls and want to recreate a nice memory. Values are based on supply and demand. In a few years the supply is going to be very low...and demand may be high.


You never know. Stranger things have happened!

2. You can get karma value finding a little girl who will love her and maybe actually play with her as dolls were originally meant for.

There are plenty of children who would still enjoy a doll. I see them in stories especially around Christmas time....so find a place in your area that would take it for such a drive and donate it. You get good karma and maybe even a tax donation and a child gets something special.

Wishing you all the best! Thanks for sharing her!

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August 20, 20180 found this helpful

These are mass-produced dolls. They fetch from $10 to $25

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August 20, 20180 found this helpful

Your best bet is to go on eBay and check out any dolls listed the same as yours. eBay is the worlds largest site that sells dolls, you should have no trouble finding out how much you can get for it if you list it for sale.

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August 22, 20180 found this helpful

you can get whatever a doll fancier is willing to pay on ebay, for something like this not much more than $7 - $27

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