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How Much Is An Original Cabbage Patch Doll?

The original dolls sold for RRP $30 in the ’80s but today, some Cabbage Patch Dolls with birth certificates and adoption papers are fetching into the hundreds.

What is my Cabbage Patch doll worth?

While it’s true that certain dolls, such as some “Baldies,” “Red Fuzzies” (rare red yarn-like fuzzy hair) and some of the other very early Coleco dolls bring over $100, and even some pre-Cabbage Patch Xavier Roberts dolls can bring over $1,000, most dolls sell for $10 to $30 and have not changed much from the original …

What kind of Doll is a Cabbage Patch Kid?

Mattel also introduced mini Cabbage Patch Kids with beanie-type boides. Many of the modern dolls are all vinyl, constructed wth swivel heads, arms and legs like a conventional doll, though they still have the famous navel.

How much is a first edition Cabbage Patch kid worth?

Today, Cabbage Patch dolls are very popular among collectors and a first edition doll in good condition could be worth thousands of dollars. Check what material the head of the Cabbage Patch doll is made of.

How to tell if your Cabbage Patch Kids are from Coleco?

Some kids are hand signed by Xavier, mostly Softies, but some MM kids were signed at collector events! The side body tag will let you know what factory and country of origin your Kid is from. Look for the factory code which is 1, 2 or 3 letters, sometimes accompanied by a number. The Coleco factory codes are OK, KT, IC, UT, P, PMI, SS, and WS.

How tall are the Cabbage Patch Kids in Canada?

Coleco Editions 1983-1989 Cabbage Patch Kids were introduced in 1983. ‘Kids were 16-18 inches tall depending on the factory. Cabbage Patch Preemies, 1984-1985. Preemies were 14-15 inches tall. Couture Kids appeared in Canada wearing fur coats and hats in 1984.


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