Value of a Maggie Collection Forever Friend Doll

I found a Maggie Collection, Forever Friend doll with a certificate of authenticity, still in its original box in my garage. Is it worth anything?


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June 21, 20180 found this helpful

Companies mass produce these dolls in all sizes, styles and "collections" so they have a very low value as they are so plentiful.

  • If you had submitted a picture it is possible someone may have been able to pinpoint a sale of doll like yours but there are several "Maggie Collections" and also several "Forever Friends" and these are made by different companies but basically, most all of these dolls have approximately the same value.
  • eBay is the main doll selling site (in the world) so this is usually where research for doll values will begin. Only the actually "sold" listings can be used as asking prices can be all over the place and dolls are very slow sellers even at very low prices.
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  • These dolls generally sell for $8 to $25 but sellers may have them listed for months and months (I recently saw where a Maggie Collection doll had been listed for over 3 years (listed at $14) and still not sold.
  • I am going to list some links that you can check to see if any of these dolls are in the same collection as yours.
  • This is a similar doll from the "Forever Friends" but from the Pamela Collection - same company and about same value but listing price and not sold.
  • You can look for your particular doll on Google, eBay, Etsy, iOffer, Letgo, or your local Craigslist as you will recognize your doll from the listings/pictures.
  • If you decide to try and sell your doll, I would suggest you try listing her on your local sites like Craigslist, LetGo, 4Sale, or any other site that has local listings.
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  • Dolls usually sell faster on local sites as the person can see the doll and there is no high shipping cost involved.
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June 21, 20180 found this helpful

This, like many other collector dolls, is mass-produced and hardly worth anything.

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June 21, 20180 found this helpful

If you decide not to try to sell her, you may want to consider asking around to see if a church, Habitat for Humanity or another organization who work with families, either in or recovering from a crisis, knows of a child who would love a doll of her or his own. I am a strong believer that every child should have a special toy that is just theirs. Since most mass produced dolls have little market value, this gesture gives them huge morale and karma value. Just some food for thought! Thanks!

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June 21, 20180 found this helpful

Even with a certificate of authenticity, these dolls are worth very little.

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