Antique Dolls

Doll collectors of all kinds are always on the look out for antique dolls for sale so that they can add more to their collection. They are always on the know about the history of the antique dolls for sale. They believe that each doll has a story to tell, thus the fascination to collect these.

The history of their seamstresses, manufacturers, and creators are quite appealing. Even how children play with these antique dolls for sale is a reason why collectors continue this hobby. In fact, doll collecting is now second to stamp collecting as the most popular hobby in the United States.

Despite expensive antique dolls for sale, this does not stop the collectors to invest. That is why they think before they buy the dolls they want.

These are investments for them. They read up as much as they can on the dolls that they really want to collect so this is where they focus and save their money for. However, if one is a student of antique dolls, she would do her best to always be updated.

The more dolls she has, the better she will understand the history of these dolls. These are no longer toys for her, but collectibles.

Antique dolls for sale are more expensive if these were created before 1930. Be they bisque, wax, wood, papier mache, china, or porcelain, they are still considered to be a rarity for a collector.

All the composition of the dolls that have a tinge of modern materials in them may be less desirable. This is the case for bisque dolls and German dolls.

Because of the age and the weight of the material, there are possibilities that the antique dolls for sale may not be as authentic in its parts as what the collector would prefer it to be.

An avid collector has a keen eye in observing the tiniest details and can easily determine when they have a tinge of modern materials in them.

Production are everywhere. There are manufacturing companies in France, Germany, and the United State.

Nowadays though the most popular and the best manufacturing companies of antique dolls for sale are from the factories in China.

Collectors can still determine the history of the dolls they buy wherever these are manufactured.

Because of their love for the history of these dolls, they already have the information they need to know to figure out the authenticity of the authentic dolls for sale and whether these are worth their money.



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Martha wrote:

Today my daughter bought my antique/vintage shoe w/ bisque German antique doll Vignette, decorative piece at a yard sale.
Moshe Schull wrote:
Just yesterday my son-in-law picked up my antique old wig FOR antique German FRENCH Bisque doll on eBay.
Abby wrote:
Just yesterday my wife picked up my Antique Doll J D Kestner German 22" Bisque Leather 1890's All Original VERY GOOD on Amazon.
Nydia Delcid wrote:
Just yesterday I found my Antique Gans & Seyfarth Bisque German Doll Composition Body Sleep Eyes at a yard sale.
Annett Glanton wrote:
Got my antique german am bisque doll with original clothing years ago and am really happy the quality.
Herb wrote:
Today my son picked up my Antique Bisque Small Jointed Doll - Germany at garage sale.
Lucile wrote:
Today I picked up my ANTIQUE Simon Halbig CM Bergmann Bisque Doll SWEETHEART 15" on eBay.
James wrote:
Last week I bought my Cute Vintage Antique Jacket & Dress for 12 to 14 inch Antique doll at garage sale.
Beverley wrote:
Just yesterday I bought my Lot of 5 Vintage and Antique Dolls on Amazon.
Wayne wrote:
Last week I picked up my CUTEST ANTIQUE GERMAN BISQUE HEAD DOLL TLC ARMAND MARSEILLE at a yard sale.
Ivey wrote:
Got my DOLL HAT FOR FRENCH/GERMAN BISQUE 20-25" DOLL ANTIQUE STYLE years ago and am totally pleased how much it cost.
Martha wrote:
Got my Antique 18" Armand Marseille Bisque Doll #3200 years ago and am really happy with it.
Horacio wrote:
Got my Antique style muslin dress for a large 9.5" all bisque kestner type doll. some time ago and am really happy that I got it.
Sina Whitney wrote:
Last week my kids picked up my Antique 26" KESTNER German Bisque/Porcelain Doll w/Leather Body Teeth/Open Mouth at a yard sale.
Jenette wrote:
Just yesterday I picked up my 25" ANTIQUE ARMAND GERMANY BISQUE PORCELAIN BABY DOLL WITH SLEEP EYES Long Dress on Amazon.
Dollie Tagle wrote:
Got my 13" antique German Schoenau Hoffmeister PB star bisque doll glancing eyes SWEET! years ago and am really happy the quality.
Shantelle Provost wrote:
Last week I bought my Antique Bisque & Composistion German Doll Fur Outfit Glass Eyes Open Mouth 10" T at a yard sale.
Fay Dudas wrote:
Just yesterday I found my STRAW DOLL HAT ,ANTIQUE STYLE FOR FRENCH/GERMAN BISQUE DOLL FITS 24-28" DOLL at garage sale.
Shantae Vanzile wrote:
Got my 3 antique german all bisque dolls weeks ago and am totally pleased with the price.
Torrie wrote:
Last week my son-in-law picked up my Rare Antique German Painted Bisque Doll Migonette Doll House on eBay.

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