Dolls For Sale


This lovely Kerr & Hinz redhead is available in my Etsy shop.

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  18 Responses to “Dolls For Sale”

  1. I have 9 SSC dolls,none have ever been out of there boxes.All are 1980 first issue.all are for sale for a reasonable offer.
    Thank you

  2. I have a Raggedy Ann Doll that has the face of a Chatty Cathy doll. Have you ever heard or seen one of these. Thank you

  3. I have a Uneeda doll but can’t find any others the same. I always called her Pollyana but she doesn’t have the typical red and white check dress. She is 31″ and has a pale blue self flowered satin dress. She was brought for me in about 1960. I wondered if you had any information about her.

    • Lesley, They made other dolls in that same size. Does she have the smiling mouth with teeth like Pollyanna? They also made a version with a closed mouth which was sold with pink hair in a pink tutu as Princess (from Babes in Toyland) and as a bride doll. There is also Freckles, who has a different face (with freckles, of course) and was sold in regular dresses. Would love to see a photo of your doll (you can post it to my Facebook page).

  4. I have what I think is a Mary Ellen doll by Madame Alexander. She’s 31″ and had the same dress only in pink and the same shoes with the cut-out in them.
    Same face. The only thing different is that she is NOT a walker. Did they make them in a non-walker/

  5. I have an uneeda baby doll with yellow yarn hair and blue feet with a blue maid outfit I was wondering the name of the doll and what year it was from?

  6. I recently inherited several MA dolls. No boxes or tags, and pretty shabby after being in storage for 20 years. Can you recommend a site where I could get information on cleaning and caring for the dolls?

    • The Alexander Company’s website has a page on caring for your dolls, but it specifically says “Play & Baby Dolls.” I guess you aren’t meant to do anything to the collector dolls! has a page here with some good basic info. In general, I can tell you that most Alexander dolls have glued-on wigs, so you don’t want to get their heads too wet or the glue may dissolve. However, you can wipe down their hair with a damp cloth if needed, and soap and water won’t hurt their plastic bodies. Try not to get water inside the dolls as that can lead to mold problems. Your dolls stringing may be coming loose. This is not hard to fix. You can use small rubber bands or elastic cord made especially for the purpose. Search on eBay for doll stringing elastic, or go to A crochet or other hook will do the job. As far as future care goes, keep your dolls out of sunlight but not wrapped in plastic. A curio cabinet or other shelf where they are protected from dust is best.

  7. I have a 1961 Cissy doll in the tulle ballroom gown. Original box and her head/hair is in perfect condition. Gown is a little discolored from sitting in the box. Legs and arms need to be restrung. Hey she is 53…

    Who do I go to about seeing how to clean up her gown, etc. She has never been out of her box…

  8. I have two American Character 1956 Toni 10 inch dolls that I would like to get restored. Any suggestions?

    • Kitty, check out the Doll Doctors Association website. They have a Hospital Locator that can point you to a repair person in your area. Doll doctors have different specialties (just like people doctors!) so make sure the one you choose has experience doing the type of work you want done.

  9. I have a Tiny Tears Doll , in excellent shape.She even has some of her original clothes. Do you know of any vintage doll collector’s/dealers in the Washington DC area.Can’t seem to find any. If you are interested ,please reply

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