- Troll Doll History and Collecting Information
- Troll Identification and Price Guide by Debra Clark (1993, Paperback)
Troll Doll History and Collecting Information
Troll Identification and Price Guide [Debra Clark] on onettechnologiesindia.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Features over collectible Trolls from the s .and
Welcome to the wonderful world of trolls! Troll dolls come in many different sizes and shapes as well as from different manufacturers. This website is designed to help you identify your troll dolls and provide information on all the various troll doll items. Whether you are a huge collector or just interested in the history of troll dolls, you will be amazed at the number troll dolls that were made. Just select the manufacturer of the troll that you are interested in from the tabs above.
The large and medium sizes have a moveable head, large pointy Vulcan ears, but only the large and small size have fingers and toes with carved nails. The original outfit for the large consisted of burlap-type tunic, 2- lucky charms with leaf shaped piece of felt either red, green or yellow all tied around waist on brown yarn and sometimes can be found with the original round red paper tag. The small tailed troll had no clothing also NO moveable head , but came with a wide variety of eye and hair colors. Small size was sold naked. But came with different eye colors. Please keep in mind that the going price for ANY of these tailed trolls or any DAM troll in general , will depend on condition of the troll and what interested buyers are willing to pay. The darker colors European DAMs are a little harder to find than the lighter flesh tone one, and may fetch higher prices than their lighter sisters.
This site is designed to share my love of trolls with other collectors. Browse around. You never know what you'll find just trolling around. See something you like? Feel free to leave a comment. These two books contain pictures as well as estimated "worth" of trolls.
Some people say they are just dolls but some people say they aren't. Trolls are more like dolls since they are jointed representations of human-like creatures meant for play. Dolls or not, trolls are immensely popular with collectors and have been since their creation in the s. These toys created a fad in the 60s, 70s, and 90s. Troll dolls come in a range of sizes.
Troll Identification and Price Guide by Debra Clark (1993, Paperback)
The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable.,