What is the best way to sell a doll collection?
If going through a doll professional didn’t work out or your collection doesn’t have much value, you can always…
- Have an estate/garage/yard sale.
- Sell through Social Media sites. Facebook has many groups for you to sell your dollies.
- Visit DollShowUSA.com to check out the doll shows in your area.
Are old dolls worth money?
Porcelain dolls that were made 80 to 100 years ago or more can be quite valuable. A quick scan of the auction and buy-it-now listings on eBay finds porcelain doll values ranging from around $5 and $10 to several thousand dollars or more but no dolls listed above $10,000.
What Cabbage Patch dolls are worth the most money?
While it is hard to say which is the most valuable Cabbage Patch Doll, generally the following dolls are of most value to collectors:
- Original Coleco CPK (1983 and 1984)
- Cabbage Patch Twins.
- Dark skinned 1983 Cabbage Patch Kids.
- 1984 ‘Preemies’
- Cabbage Patch Kids Produced Overseas in 1984.
Which is the best site to buy collectible dolls?
Some of our top purchases include Holiday Barbies, American Girl items, Madame Alexander, etc. Check your attic for collectible dolls you are no longer displaying and pass it on with sell4value.com. We are actively buying high end collectibles and home accessories such as Lladro, porcelain Barbies, Lalique, Coach, Hummels…
Where can I buy an American Girl doll?
American Girl dolls and accessories are very popular at Calling All Dolls. The shop allows customers to actually see items available for purchase, rather than shopping online. She also offers pre-owned products at discounted prices.
Who are the artists at Calling All dolls?
A visit to the shop is one that you are sure to enjoy. The shop provides dolls and doll accessories that are not available in local stores. Featured artists such as Annette Himstedt, and Zwergnase are beautifully displayed. American Girl dolls and accessories are very popular at Calling All Dolls.
Are there any doll stores in the triangle?
Carlota S. said “The first real doll store the Triangle’s had since My Doll Boutique closed ten or more years ago. You will find anything from vintage Barbies to old wooden Japanese kokeshi dolls…” read more