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Hope, No,not the sussie moppet doll.There was only one run

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Hope, No,not the sussie moppet doll.There was only one run or offering just before PTL was shut down. I assume when the assets were seized they were destroyed, and the ones people bot were played with and used. So my thinking is they are rather rare especially since I can never find any. They look a little like cabbage patch. Each one comes in a box with their Chinese name and own pass port. I don't know how many are in existence but should be rare with only a one time issue. I have four new in their original box as follows: HO Laiyzz,Jessica HK1997103963 passport#, Koon Yiu Kwong,Oliria HK1997103972; Choi Lai Ming, LoraHK1997103658; Tang Kz7 Sim,PGG hk1997104014 The Chinese misspelled the American equivalent names. I may have the only 4 in existence as most doll collectors are clueless. At the time I ordered immediately and then there were none left. Hope, I could send you a photo by US mail, but I'm not skilled at scaning it and attaching to this. Does this info help. One offering, one time, should be worth several hundred each? tel.(###) ###-####**@******.***
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  HopeC replied 1 year ago.
HiI just got home from the beach let me have till tomorrow to research this if that's is alright?

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