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High average sale value on these is $5 per piece. The llama doll is from South America, likely Peru. The velvet cricket may have more value if there is a tag or label on it. The pink and yellow bunny is from the late 1960's - early 1970s. Beanie Baby market is flat and likely will not recover to the sale prices during the height of its collecting mania. The white bear with green eyes is vintage, around 1960's, and may have a higher value if there is a tag. The small brown bear, if mohair and tagged also may have a higher value. The larger brown bear is fairly contemporary.
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Thank you for the images. My personal preference is one item at a time per question, it is much less confusing on this end to see one set of images for one item.
From the new set of images here, the larger bear does appear to be mid 20th century, mohair, and what you feel is the teddy bear's voice box. This can sell for up to $40 without tags. The small bear does not appear to be a Steiff, no. Yes, Steiff did make a beaver doll named Nagy, and yours is a match. Without tags, the Nagy sells for $20 - $40 on today's market, with tags, up to $75 - $95 at auction. The comparables (not exact matches) that I am finding for white mohair cat dolls with glass eyes are dated to 1905 - 1930's and selling for up to $350 each.
The comparable 'white' cats that i found were about the same color range.
Boyd's bears are a bit flat on the market, the plush Paddy McDoodle would garner $5 - $15.
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