I live in Carrollton Ga. and have 9 porcelain dolls I want to sell, what do you suggest?
Before advertising them look for someone who can value them for you so you don't get ripped off as they maybe could be worth more than you think .
Look for doll collectors as they will pay more .
I would recommend advertising on Craig's List, and/or E-Bay.
by Sarah Anderson 6 years ago
What lost toy from your childhood would you like to have back?My mom donated my favorite Cabbage Patch doll when I was little and threw out my Elmo doll. I miss them sometimes even now.
by sweetwon66 10 years ago
i have 2 japanese porcelain dolls that my grandfather got while he was in japan i would like to...no where i could take them to see the value, there still in good condition just the skin coloring got whiter over the years
by brettb 9 years ago
Hi all,Are there some Amazon products you can't sell (because they're through a 3rd party)? I found some really cool Japanese clothing to sell (e.g. loose socks) but the capsule wouldn't recognise that product. Maybe I could put in a direct text link or something.
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