Value of a Seymour Mann Porcelain Doll?

I have a Seymour Mann bride doll, mcmxcvi, named Lydia and I can't find a picture of her. Is there any value to her?
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April 10, 20180 found this helpful
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Seymour Mann dolls are produced in such large quantities that almost none of their dolls will be of a high value.

  • Several years ago, bridal dolls were all the rage and Seymour Mann cashed in and produced thousands of every size, ethnicity and style.
  • Seymour Mann was not the only company to do this so now and I expect, for many years to come, bridal dolls will fall in the same low value field as most of these company's other dolls.
  • You may not find your Lydia among the dolls for sale but most likely she will fall in the same "value" category as the other similar bridal dolls.
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  • Here is a link to listings on eBay with sellers "asking" price (most of the time an asking price is just that - an asking price and may not have any reflection on selling prices).
  • Here is a listing of a typical sale on eBay (eBay is known as the largest doll selling site in the world).
  • Check these completed listings from over the past several weeks/months and you will see that not many dolls sold (numbers in green) even at low prices.
  • Most bridal dolls sell for under $25 but you may be able to sell your doll on your local Craigslist for more money and there would be no shipping involved.
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  • If you decide to list your doll, you can start it at $50 and reduce it if necessary. You will have to have several good pictures or your doll will not sell.
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April 10, 20180 found this helpful

This is a mass-produced doll that is not worth much.

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