1. BARBIE DOLLS The Barbie brand remains strong among collectors. Although the modern era common issues are not so valuable, the vintage 1970s and earlier Barbies are still selling well.
2. MADAME ALEXANDER DOLLS Kindness and compassion are the most powerful gifts a parent can give a child, and Madame Alexander dolls have helped parents make kind kids for generations! With love passed from grandparent to parent to child, Madame Alexander dolls have taught kindness and prompted healthy imaginative play for nearly a century.
3. CABBAGE PATCH DOLLS Cabbage Patch Kids dolls were a line of one-of-a-kind, cloth dolls with plastic heads first produced by Coleco Industries in 1982. They were inspired by the Little People soft sculptured dolls sold by Xavier Roberts as collectibles and registered in the United States copyright office in 1978 as 'The Little People'.
4. BEANIE BABY DOLLS a line of stuffed toys created by American businessman H. Ty Warner, who founded Ty Inc. in 1986. Notably, the toys are stuffed with plastic pellets ("beans") rather than conventional soft stuffing. The toys come in many different forms, mostly animals.
5. AMERICAN GIRL DOLLS an American line of 18-inch (46 cm) dolls released in 1986 by Pleasant Company. The dolls portray eight- to twelve-year-old girls of a variety of ethnicities, faiths, and social classes from different time periods throughout history.
6. BRATZ DOLLS When they were released in 2001, Bratz dolls quickly became very popular, AND collectable. Some of the early, first production dolls are also bringing surprising prices on eBay and other marketplaces..
7. JUMEAU DOLLS These rare dolls from the 1800s are very hard to find. Collector prices remain strong, with top examplse in mint condition going for thousands of dollars.
8. ADORA DOLLS these trendy baby and toddler dolls have caught the eyes of collectors. In addition to their chubby angelic features, Adora baby dolls come in a variety of styles with fun headbands, sassy clothing, or pop culture references.
9. MIDDLETON DOLLS Featuring a unique attention to details, Middleton Dolls are beloved by doll collectors across the globe. Starting with humble beginnings, this Ohio-based doll company took off in the late seventies through the eighties.
10. KEWPIE DOLLS Kewpie dolls, first manufactured in 1912, were modeled after comic strip characters drawn by Rose O'Neil starting in 1909. The cartoon characters were baby "Cupid" figures, and the word "Kewpie" is a variation of "Cupid."
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