Value of a Seymour Mann Shirley Temple Doll

I have a "Poor Little Rich Girl" Shirley Temple doll that is in a blue, pleated sailor dress. The box says "A Connoisseur's Collection Doll" from Seymour Mann - Hand Painted Porcelain. However the back of her neck is imprinted with "The Danbury Mint" and the "Shirley Temple" signature is underneath the imprint. It's been in my garage for many years and I'm curious if its value.


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September 19, 20180 found this helpful

Seymour Mann dolls are mass-produced. It doesnt matter if they were never taken out of the box or if it has a certificate of authenticity. It is worth $25 or less

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September 20, 20180 found this helpful

There were two just sold on eBay...see this

One sold for 75.95 (which included shipping) and one for 41.00 (which included shipping). So the average value on today's market is 58.47.

If you go to sell, remember, that is the doll value, your profit will be minus all of the fees, and, if you offer free shipping, the shipping costs come off also.

You may be better off selling her locally like Facebook Marketplace or or Letgo etc.

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