The most effective way to determine the value of a particular Seymour Mann retired doll is to look up what that particular doll sold for on auction websites, such as eBay or Etsy.com. The value of Seymour Mann retired dolls varies, but largely depends on the condition and scarcity of the particular doll.
High-quantity models of Seymour Mann retired dolls, such as Goldilocks, Little Red Riding Hood and Little Bo Peep, are available for as little as $10 on eBay as of 2015, while some of the rarer models in good condition, such as Guinevere, sell for $100 or more.
Seymour Mann is a popular manufacturer of delicate porcelain dolls. A specific model of doll is considered retired when the original manufacturer no longer produces that model, according to RetiredDolls.com. Retired models of Seymour Mann dolls are not particularly expensive as compared with some other retired dolls, but are still considered collectors' items. Seymour Mann's most popular and inexpensive retired dolls to date include Rapunzel, Peter Pan, Snow White, Hansel and Gretel, and Cinderella.
Thrifty Fun advises collectors to check the historical prices of these dolls before making a purchase, as the prices of collectible dolls can fluctuate greatly over time.