I have got to get this stuff photographed, researched, and listed for sale. No more dilly-dallying! The "stuff" being the various bits and pieces of Strawberry Shortcake collectible stuff I've been picking up here and there over the last year or so at garage sales and rummage sales and free boxes.
The trouble is, I'm just not knowledgeable about types and values of 1980s vintage toys and collectibles. But maybe you are! So let me show you this stuff; hopefully some one of you will be kind and helpful enough to let me know what you think.
To begin, this past summer I found this rusting, shabby children's shelf and I paid a pittance for it. I saw on ebay where one in nice shape actually sold for $45, but I don't know what price range one like this would fall into, do you?
Next, there are the dolls... and the big strawberry.
I do know the blue-haired one in back is not an actual Strawberry Shortcake doll but some kind of knock-off; still, it's vintage and may be of interest to someone. Let me provide some close-ups so you can help me figure out who's who, and how much the individuals might be worth. Or is it better to offer them as a lot, in your opinion?
|Identities, anyone? From left to right?|
|And the rest???|
|Spring Mills 1981 Crib Quilt Panel, measures about 36" x 45".|
|Measures about 14" x 21"|
|Oh, dear... excuse my lousy lighting job!|
|Here are some close-ups. It's pretty stuff, with a pale peach background.|
Okay, before I close, let me share this riveting and dramatic treasury that one of my items was in this morning. I think it's so impressive!