I Love Lucy - Lucille Ball Vinyl Portrait Doll Collection
This special collection includes the following list of Items:
Description Value Estimate
The Lucille Ball Vinyl Portrait Doll 18” $500.00
Wardrobe Collection – Pink Dress, Pearl Necklace and Pearl
Earrings, Hat, Stockings, Shoes $175.00
Wardrobe Collection – White Dress with Red Flowers, Pearl Earrings, Red Shoes $175.00
Wardrobe Collection – White and Purple Dress, Grapes, Triangle Scarf, Stockings, Shoes, Earrings $175.00
Wardrobe Collection – Seafoam Green Ball Gown, Feather Fascinator, Stockings, Shoes, Earrings $175.00
Wardrobe Collection – Winter Green Full-Length Coat, Gloves, Purse, Earrings, Stockings, Shoes $175.00
Wardrobe Collection – Dress Form $250.00
Wardrobe – Trunk made specifically to pack and carry clothing items in the collection. $500.00
Released by The Franklin Mint Collection in 2004, this I Love Lucy Franklin Mint Sales Resistance Vinyl Portrait Doll is from the I Love Lucy collection. It is made from vinyl and is wearing an incredibly detailed, famous polka dot outfit with a gold-colored ring and faux pearl earrings. It comes with a white doll stand and apron.
Each item featured in this collection comes in its original packaging as well as its Certificate of Authenticity. All items were placed in storage and are in mint condition. Some discoloration has occurred on the packaging and the feathers that the accompany the Seafoam Ball Gown are delicate. The items featured in this collection have never been used. Each dress in the wardrobe is sewn to the box.
This collection was purchased by The Twaddell Family, directly from the Franklin Mint and has been a cherished part of the Twaddell’s impressive collection of ‘I Love Lucy’ memorabilia since 2004.
This collection is being sold in its entirety. Items are not sold separately.
Doll in Box 4.5” L x 8.5” W x 18.5” H
Wardrobe in Box 2” L x 9.25” W x 16.25 H
Trunk 10” L x 11.5” W x 18.5” H
Dress Form in Box 4” L x 4.25” W x 15.25” H
Condition: Excellent – all wardrobe and clothing items are in mint condition and have never been removed from their original packaging.
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