Services for the online doll collector...

July 2014

Welcome to TheDollPage! was established in 2003 to provide on-line aids to help doll collectors buy, sell, and display their dolls and doll related items.

Announcing our new Doll Help Blog, a trial site for people who have inherited dolls or collections and aren't sure what to do with them. Our members are urged to provide advice or offers for the items. Drop by and see what's available today.

Free picture hosting is offered at Album 1 and Album 2. The albums allow unlimited storage for your pictures and provides URLs for posting the pictures at eBay, doll forums, and other websites. New member registration is by request. Just send us an email and we'll set up an account for you.

A completely free site for members only to buy and sell items is provided at our Show & Sell site. New members are processed at the Show & Sell site using the current nomination system where new members must be nominated for membership by a current member in good standing.

For a small monthly fee, collectors can open their own on-line store at our Marketplace site. The site is open for business but is not accepting new memberships at this time while the old site is being rebuilt. Progress updates and a new features list is available for viewing and discussion here:

A list of active doll forums where you can find discussions on almost any kind of doll is offered at our Dollchat site, and a comprehensive page of Links provides easy access to a wide variety of doll related websites.

Feel free to look around our sites by clicking on the links shown above. If you have any questions or comments about our sites, please Contact Us anytime.

We put out an occasional newsletter which is usually good for a few laughs. If you'd like to be on the mailing list, subscribe here!


July 2014 Picture Credits

Tonner BJD Sydney with "American Sport" striped tee shirt, white jeans and denim blue espadrilles (also by Tonner). Superdoll Sybarite "Sureal" restyled wig. Human size toe rings used as bracelets with straw hat (manufacturers unknown). Circa 1947 hand made Adirondack chair by Rae's father, Raymond F. Haist (1918-2010). In the collection of and photography by Rae.

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Doll Help Blog

An LE-16 Limhwa's To L

A huge 5ft doll needing ID

New stuff coming in almost everyday now!!

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