Thursday, December 11, 2014

A quick lesson in the futility of NRFB playline collecting

I was digging through my shelf, looking for things to photograph and sell. I decided to part with Disney Store's second version of Jasmine, because I prefer the first.

Once I had her out in the sun, I realized something was amiss.  Some kind of stain has formed all over her pants.  I suspect machine oil from the factory has oxidized.  I can't sell it in this condition, I might as well take her out and enjoy her, and wash the clothes.

At least the doll is cute, and wasn't expensive.


Ms. Leo said...

I have that outfit and I like it! I have the older Mattel doll who can now fit this outfit because she is on a Fashionista body. Maybe you can wash the outfit and still sell it at loose doll price.

MissSpottyJane said...

It really is a pretty fashion. You're right, I can probably still sell the nude doll itself.

D7ana said...

What I like about NRFB collecting is being able to open a new doll without going out to get one.

Sometimes, though, dolls fall apart.

MissSpottyJane said...

I don't think I've had that problem, yet. I'm sure it will come some day.

Dollz4Moi said...

You could have sold her AS IS. I've found dolls in my NRFB pile that have issues. I list them for sale and detail the problem for the new owner. I haven't had any problems so far doing this.

I sold off a few Disney dolls last year. I did keep my Pocahontas, & Mulan dolls though :)