Welcome, and thank you for visiting Donna's Korner Kollectibles, shop of dolls, accessories, and related collectibles.

We wish you a Happy Valentine's Day and Meaningful President's Day! February is also a time to reflect recognize African-American History, since I also wear the hat of a historian.

We sell artist, collectible, and vintage dolls; doll accessories; paper dolls; collectible books and reference books; figurines; plush; sometimes music-related items; kitchen items; gift items; and VHS and DVD movies. Some of our collectibles include Ginny and other Vogue Dolls, Helen Kish, Robert Tonner and Effanbee dolls, Precious Moments, Madame Alexander, Disney, Raggedy Ann and Andy, and variety of others.


*Orders usually ship 2-5 days after payment is received and cleared, and we contact you by email with delivery confirmation or tracking nos. and insurance nos.

We figure shipping for each international order after it is placed. Wait for us to contact you with shipping choices before paying by PayPal or Google Checkout; credit cards will be charged after we figure the shipping and contact you. We will need your name, address, and email address to respond to requests for shipping quotes. If international packages are small and weigh under 4 pounds, they can go to most countries by First Class Mail International with InsurePost or Endicia insurance at a savings over Priority Mail International, our default means of shipping internationally. First Class Mail International can take up to 6-8 weeks to reach its final destination.

If there's no quantity box, that means there's only 1 item to order; otherwise there's 2 or more.

On orders $225.00 or more that are not on layaway or special deals, and that are ordered from this site by you, use Coupon Code DKK5 for a 5 percent discount off the total cost of the merchandise; this does not apply to shipping though shipping costs will be based on a lower total. If an order totals $600.00 or more there is an automatic one percent discount, which goes up gradually as orders get larger. There may be other coupon specials that will show on the shopping cart pages. The system can accept only one coupon. Use the one that fits your order in the Coupon Area of the check-out form.

Until December 31, 2012, if an order is under $225.00, but at least $75.00, use Coupon Code DKK1 for a 3 percent discount off the total cost of the merchandise if order is not on layaway or a special deal. The coupon code needs to be entered by you.

Use links at the side to navigate to different categories and sections. Use small page numbers at the bottom to go to different pages of large categories. Approximately 150 items are on a page. Most pages are arranged by stock numbers which are based on types of dolls. Numbers tend to be oldest items with lowest numbers and newest with highest numbers, though for some manufacturers like Tonner and Effanbee, we have different stock numbers for different collections. Most listings can be expanded to view larger photos or pictures and complete information by clicking on the heading or small photograph. More information page photographs will enlarge when clicked.


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0EKW0001 1950s Emmett Kelly's Willie the Clown Doll, Baby Barry Toy
This is a realistic 21 inch stuffed cloth and soft vinyl head and hands Emmett Kelly's Willie the Sad Hobo Clown doll from the 1950s Baby Barry Toy of New York City. The top of his head is bald surrounded by rooted lifelike unkempt reddish hair and inset brown eyes. He has a realistic sculpted sad face with a big red nose, an unshaved look with forehead lines. His coloring is superb, and his hand are in great condition. His body also appears to be in great shape. He is dressed in blue pants with red suspenders. The pants have 2 front patches. Under his brown felt jacket with checked front is a green shirt and colorful ragged tie. The shirt shows some soil. On his feet are large felt shoes. He has his black felt hat. He is in excellent condition to be as old as he is. His coloring is excellent. He still has his label on the side of his jacket. He represents a character played by a real live person and his son as played in circuses, on television, and in movies. He does not have a box any more.