May was a good month for doll auction sales, antique and collectible alike….
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Here are the May history installments of many doll and doll related online auction sales. Hopefully, many questions about values can be answered here and in the up-coming additions to this website.
For those of you planning online auction sales, this may serve as a guide as well. We are also interested in your online selling experience, whether it be VIA online auctions, or just a straight selling web site, perhaps your own website.
There is a form on each auction sales page which you can use to tell us about your online selling experience.The following information is important:
A good picture, one picture per form only (if you are able to cut and paste several pictures into one picture - that will work)
A good description:
The website it sold on:
The price it sold for:
The category it sold in:
How many bids:
Was it a “buy it now”?:
If it was sold on your very own website - include you website URL and we will provide a link from our site to yours - please, it needs to be an antique and collectible doll site.
We will concentrate mainly on antique and collectible dolls and accessories, along with what they sold for, how many bids, when the auction ended, what category they were listed in and the online auction site used.
Here are the links to the sold items that are presently up:
Page two has some sales information about a 15 inch Hungarian girl - a good look at a vintage oil cloth clown and his dog companion. For those of you who looking for ways to display your dolls, there is a small vintage box of books. And a look at vintage snaps and hooks for doll making. Click on the link above.
May 2010 page three
Want information about those 12 inch Japanese Ladies on wood stands? Check page three above. There are two Molleyes girls as well along with an old candy box with antique lace.
Check out here about a 1970's Ideal Tiffany Taylor, some vintage Cinderella size shoes, a big fixer-upper composition doll and a Nancy Ann Debbie hat. "May 2010 page Six" provides some value information.
eBay is a great wedsite for "value" information about dolls, or most anything else for that matter--however, in order to see what something has sold for, registration is required, so if you are looking for past sales of any particular doll, please register