Value of a Goldenvale Porcelain Doll

What is the name and value of my 30" Victorian Goldenvale porcelain doll? She appears caucasian with hand painted eyebrows, eyelashes, and lips with glass or plastic brown eyes. Her arms are full porcelain along with feet and upper torso. On her feet are white porcelain high heels. On the back of her neck is stamped in black Goldenvale 1-2000 and imprinted are the numbers F2160A2 as well as imprinted in a diamond the letters NJSF.

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July 11, 20190 found this helpful

I could not find this exact doll on eBay. Other 30-inch princess dolls are asking $75 or close to that.

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July 13, 20190 found this helpful

Very pretty doll.
Tall dolls - over 18" - were better sellers in the past but due to change in USPS rates on June 23, 2019 (DIM) that will no longer be the case as shipping cost for any doll of this size will run between $42 - $60. Probably 3 times as much as in the past.

The numbers 1-2000 is imprinted on every Goldenvale doll and the compnay never explained if this really meant "1 of 2000 dolls of this model made" or if it was just a 'number" so as far as the value of the doll the number is of no consequence and has no baring on value.


Victorian dolls as well as American Indian dolls of this size have been better sellers in the past but that will no longer be the case. Shipping cost will be too high.

You may never find your exact doll for sale or sold but with this brand doll you can check current value by similar dolls that have sold. eBay has a link to dolls sold over the past several months so you can check that once in a while to see if a similar (tall) doll has sold (only dolls sold after June 23 will matter).

You can also check eBay (the best site for dolls) to see what is listed although asking prices have very little to do with current value.
But you may see a doll that you would like to place a watch to see if she sells. Asking prices are just what sellers would like to get for their dolls.


The seller would lose money if this doll sells.

ThriftyFun has other questions/answers about this brand doll but things have changed with shipping after 6/23/2019.

If you wish to sell your doll you may have to consider listing her on Craigslist, USA4Sale, OfferUp, LetGo, or any other sites that have 'pick up only' as you do not want to ship this doll.

With these sites you can start your price at whatever you choose and if she does not sell you can always lower the price or change your mind about selling.

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