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Subject: Cordey China
I have two corday figurines Nos. 5051. They are approximately 10 inches high with bonnets. One bonnet is blue; the other is tan. One is holding a basket of flowers. They are in perfect condition. Could you provide me with some information about their worth.
The figurines are worth approximately $120 each.
Subject: Cordey China
Can you kindly provide any information (value, history, etc.) regarding a full-body Corday porcelain figurine of a woman with the following information located on the bottom of the figurine: In red pen/marker 5054, Cast 78, Randomly placed the number 70, The spelling is "Corday" not "Cordey" . The number 190S is also located on the bottom (it appears to be an "S"). Also, can you please tell me the value of a lamp that is a Corday full-body porcelain woman. The lamp appears to be the same woman.
#5054 is Lady with Roses 9 inches $120
I only see two lamps listed in the price guide: Lamp, Pink Roses with gold on white $85.00 and Lamp, Lady in dark blue with much lace 12 inch figure, 17 inches overall $150.
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