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Subject: Re: Geppeddo Porcelain Dolls


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Kimberly (curious)
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Date Posted: 16:47:42 11/04/07 Sun
In reply to: Nancy Lundquist 's message, "Re: Geppeddo Porcelain Dolls" on 18:03:56 10/16/04 Sat

I bought a geppeddo doll a while ago, and have not been able to find her anywhere and was wondering if anyone knew about her and maybe her value? She's a Fairy tale series little red riding hood...however she isn't the newer one with the real young child face. She looks like the dolls from the mid 80's. She's holding a basket, and all of her ribbons including the ones on the dress are red, not green like the recent one. If anyone knows anything about her I would appreciate hearing from you! Please email me at kimclay@clearwire.net
Thanks



>>does anyone know where to find the amount you can sell
>>your geppeddo dolls for? Or atleast the going rate?
>
>I worked for Geppeddo for four seasons. When I
>started some of the collector dolls were quite nice,
>well made and good costumes. The most expensive doll
>sold as I recall was around $160.00. This would be
>for a large collectible, smaller ones would sell for
>$45 and everything in between. The most popular dolls
>were the 16" Fairy Tale & Dolls of the World series
>$35. Every year the quality seemed to drop. They
>went out of business because of many reasons one being
>business inexperience in handling success and super
>fast growth. The dolls were special for a while, then
>cheap porcelain dolls started appearing everywhere.
>Geppeddo's dolls lost quality also. I think very few
>of them hold any real increase in value but some
>might, best is getting back their sale price. After
>Christmas the dolls sold for up to 70% off. We never
>told people to expect the dolls to increase in value
>the only value is how they look to a person who would
>want them. I have one from 1998 Elizabeth, I wouldn't
>consider selling her! I think there are many like me
>that still really like a few of them. If you have any
>16 in dolls they probably have little value due to a
>flood in the market. I don't know if this helps but
>I'll try and answer any questions you have. Nancy

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Re: Geppeddo Porcelain Dollsjames baldwin (nun doll 17r219)18:43:23 11/25/09 Wed


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