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Identifying Your Doll

 

Books:

Effanbee: Dolls That Touch Your Heart by Patricia R. Smith

 

Effanbee: A Collector's Encyclopedia 1949-present by John Axe

 

Patsy Doll Family Encyclopedia, volume II by Patricia N. Schoonmaker

 

Effanbee's Dy-Dee: The Complete Collector's Book by Barbara Hilliker

 

Blue Book Dolls and Values by Jan Foulke

 

Articles:

"Ask the Doll Doctor;" Dr. Noreen (Effanbee Collector's Club Newsletter, vol. 2 No. 1)

"How To Identify Your Doll" by Denise Van Patten

"Unraveling the Mystery of Identification Marks," by Barb Seymour

 

PLEASE NOTE: We do not determine doll values because values vary due to the condition of the doll, its scarcity in the marketplace and its "desirability." We cannot give you an accurate estimate of worth-please check the Blue Book of Doll Values (and you can also try eBay to discover what other collectors are willing to pay at a particular time ).

 

 

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