FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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Where can I buy a Ginny doll?

Ginny Dolls are available from the finest collectible dealers nationwide. Check with your favorite dealer or contact Vogue at info@voguedolls.com.

How much does Ginny cost?

While prices vary by style, the average retail price of a Ginny doll is $65.00 - $75.00. Some styles are priced lower and several are priced a little higher. Dress Me dolls retail for about $30 - $50 and separate clothing packs cost between $20.00 and $40.00. Contact your local dealer for pricing on specific styles.

How can I get a Ginny Brochure?

Brochures are available through your local collectible dealer.

How can I identify an older Ginny or Vogue Doll?

We suggest you utilize a reference book on Ginny or Vogue Dolls to identify your doll. Below are two books available that may be very helpful.

Collector's Encyclopedia of Vogue Dolls, By Carol Stover and Judith Izen Besides Ginny and her many outfits, there are special sections devoted to Jill, Ginnette, Jeff, Baby Dear, Toddles and all the other Vogue Dolls ever made. More than 1300 color photos, 8.5" x 11", Hard Cover book.

Ginny, America's Sweetheart, By A. Glenn Mandeville This identification and value guide is a remake of its predecessor Ginny An American Toddler Doll. It tells Ginny’s story from the beginning up to Vogue Dolls today. An updated price guide is included. 225 color photos, 160 pages, 6" x 9."

What is the value of my older Ginny or Vogue Doll?

The value of a vintage or older Ginny or Vogue Doll is determined by many different factors, such as the style of the doll, the condition of the doll, and whether or not it is in its original box. Vogue cannot provide values of older dolls nor can we provide secondary market values for dolls we have produced. We feel strongly that as the manufacturer of Ginny, it is not appropriate or fair for us to assess secondary market values.

We suggest you utilize a reference book on Ginny or Vogue Dolls to assess your doll's value. You may also check with a bookstore for doll value guides and books. Following are two books that may provide you with some assistance.

Collector 's Encyclopedia of Vogue Dolls
, By Carol Stover and Judith Izen Besides Ginny and her many outfits, there are special sections devoted to Jill, Ginnette, Jeff, Baby Dear, Toddles and all the other Vogue Dolls ever made. More than 1300 color photos, 8.5" x 11", Hard Cover book.

Ginny , America 's Sweetheart
, By A. Glenn Mandeville. This identification and value guide is a remake of its predecessor Ginny An American Toddler Doll. It tells Ginny’s story from the beginning up to Vogue Dolls today. An updated price guide is included. 225 color photos, 160 pages. 6" x 9".

How should I care for my dolls?

The book, Collector's Encyclopedia of Vogue Dolls contains a wonderful chapter on the Care of Dolls and Clothes. The chapter describes the following:

• Cleaning and Preserving the Doll Body (Composition, Plastic/vinyl)
• "Prettying-Up" Vogue Dolls
• Perking Up Your Doll's Wardrobe

If you are unsure of how to care for your doll, it is best to consult hat a professional, especially if your doll has great sentimental or monetary value. You can Google "doll hospitals" and your state to find one in your area.

How can I become an authorized Ginny dealer?

Vogue Dolls distributes its products only through authorized dealers. If you are a collectible/gift and/or toy retailer in the U.S. Please contact us at (209) 848-0300 or e-mail us at info@voguedolls.com. Thank you for your interest.

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