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Theriault.com's New Auction Site
Revamped Auction Site To Include NEW Person-To-Person Doll Auctions and Dealer Auctions and Searchable Archives
Theriault's has conducted their own doll auctions for some time on their online site. Now, Theriault's will also auction items directly from well-known collectors and a pre-selected group of international doll dealers. Each such collector and dealer will host an exclusive one-week auction of anywhere from 50 to 100 doll and doll-related items.
Doll Research and Information Online
Searchable archives will be available, including information from 10 years of Theriault's auctions including actual prices realized for dolls sold at those auctions, plus market trends. Cieslik's German Doll Marks (a revised database) will be brought to the internet on the new site as well, from doll historians Jurgen and Marianne Cieslik. The popular "Ask Florence" online columns will also be archived for reference.
Doll Appraisals via The Internet
Theriault's will be offering doll appraisals, where collectors can get information on the value, maker and historical background of their dolls by submitting a photograph and/or written description of the doll to Theriault's online appraisal department. There is a cost of $14.95 for each appraisal. Theriault's is planning to conduct each appraisal within 48 hours, and collectors will receive an e-mail version of the appraisal along with a hard copy with an official signature and seal.
Theriault's conducts approximately 10 catalogued auctions and over 50 non-catalogued auctions each year, appraises thousands of dolls annually and publishes over 25 reference books about antique and vintage dolls.
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