Lladro Figurines Price Guide – Prices and Photos


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Official Lladro Authorized, and Expert Collectors Reference Guides

These price guides for Lladro figurines, both new and collectible, are the best possible source for actual market pricing guidelines, and professional photos to help identify and authenticate Lladro porcelains.
Written by such noted Lladro experts as Peggy Whiteneck and Jenny Kendal, plus the officially Lladro authorized guide by D. Glenn S. Johnson.

The Official Lladro Collection Reference Guide 2006:

 Lladro figurines identification and price guide

Lladro Collection Reference Guide 2006

Expert knowledge – Lladro authorized
by D. Glenn S. Johnson.
The ultimate reference source for the world’s largest collection of porcelain figurines and sculptures – over 4000 porcelain pieces produced from 1941 through the latest productions for 2006. Organized by theme — from children with flowers to elegant ladies to limited edition sculptures to functional items. Each entry includes name, photograph, reference numbers, height, activity status, issue year and price, plus retirement year and price.
Collector testimonial:
“As a Lladro collector for more than 25 years, this is by far the best up-to-date, information-packed guide to buying, collecting and even selling or auctioning world famous Lladró.”
“It is comprehensive in providing even the novice collector with a good ‘grounding’ in the value of these highly desirable porcelain collectibles (not to mention it IS the most sought after and collected porcelain of all famous brands, worldwide!).”

  • Authorized Lladro Price Guide


 


Lladro Identification and Price Guide 2nd Edition:



Lladro Identification and Price Guide 2nd Edition

 
By porcelain expert Peggy Whiteneck
Featuring more than 2000 listings and 600 color photographs, this guide provides a comprehensive look at Lladro figurines and porcelain sculptures. A Lladro design is an elegant, romantic, handcrafted, fine porcelain instantly recognizable in its shades of blue, cream, grey and brown. There is a new chapter on “un-catalogued” Lladro.
Peggy Whiteneck is extremely knowledgeable and well respected expert in the collectibles field. An enthusiastic author, she prices Lladro pieces for Price Guide to Contemporary Collectibles and Limited Editions. Peggy has previously published articles in Collector’s Mart magazine. She has been collecting Lladro for years and has been relentless in researching information about these exquisite pieces.
She lives in East Randolph, Vermont.

  • Lladro Identification Price Guide

 

 

 


See Recent “Top Dollar” Lladro Figurines saless:
You can use this link to see the actual prices of Lladro pieces recently sold, but note that you will see a lot of “Red – Not Sold” listings, along with the really expensive “Green – Sold listings.” You can reduce these results by using the search box at the top of the page.
>>> See recent Lladro figurine sales prices

• Confirm the authenticity of the Lladro factory marks with this printable factory marks chart:Lladro Spanish Porcelain Logo
Lladro history and factory marks chart

Lladro factory and maker’s marks have changed over the years, from just the incised Lladro name, to under-glazed logos and text. Here is a detailed factory marks chart and timeline.




 

 

Find YOUR best Lladro figurines deals!

ebay sellers list thousands of Lladro figurines everyday. It is the best place on the ‘Net to find that special Lladro piece for your collection.
Or as a gift for someone special.
Just use the images below to narrow your selection to the Lladro figurines category you are interested in.


Lladro Figurines – Retired Collectible Porcelain

Lladro Mother – Child Figurines Lladro Wedding Figurines Lladro Professions
Lladro Mother and Daughter Figurines
Lladro Bride and Groom Wedding Figurines
Lladro Doctor Nurse Figurines
Lladro Pets and Anamals
Lladro Pets and Animals Figurines

Related resources:


Lladro Spanish Porcelain Logo
How to find the True value of Lladro pieces
The true value of collectible porcelains is often different from the values you find on antiques web sites or collector’s price guides. The true value is what similar pieces are actually selling for. As mentioned above, serious collectors and professional appraisers use ebay everyday for value comparisons and availability searches.

 




 






 

 

 
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