Here is the pictures of the collection and the following is the price list that my Sis is asking for her stuff.
1] Cannister set--$55.00.
2] Cookie Jar--$45.00.
3] Bowls---$30.00.
4] Scratch pad holder--$15.00.
5] Salt & Pepper set--$25.00.
6] Soap dispenser---$15.00,
7] Spoon rest--$10.00,
8] Tea pot---$25.00,
9] Wooden handled Utensils and holder--$25.00,
10] Plastic utensils---$15.00.
Many thanks for helping me, I'm new at this and learning alot. Where do you live? We are in Missouri. Thanks, Alice

jackson4417@sbcglobal.net

 

 
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Hi,
 
My name is Amy Prentice.  I am 22 years old and am currently living in Iowa.  I have been in love with the Pillsbury Doughboy since I was a child.  It's great to meet other collectors.  I just viewed your site for the first time and I really enjoyed it.  I wanted to submit a couple of pictures that I hope you will enjoy.  One is of a cardboard Doughboy display that I have.  The story behind it is that my husband worked in a grocery store and took the display from the Pillsbury frozen section.  He superglued magnets to the back of it and brought it home for me to put on our refrigerator.  It really brightens up the kitchen and adds a special touch to my collection. 
I love the older collectibles that you have on your site, especially the family.  I only have newer things.  I just started collecting 2 years ago when we got married and I chose to do our kitchen in doughboy.  I have included a picture of my collection.  It includes a cookie jar, salt & pepper shaker, clock, placemats, potholders & oven mits, a spoon rest, 3 vinyl dolls, a doughboy bean, a mini bean, a large plush doll that came with the clock, and a limited edition 1999 Christmas tin that came with a doughboy cookie cutter.  Not shown are some kitchen towels and wash rags and a small magnet.  And of course the homemade magnet my husband made.  Sorry the picture isn't better. 
Well, thank you for your time and happy doughboy hunting!
 
Sincerely,
Amy

amy_Stark@hotmail.com

 
Wanted 
new doughboy telephone,
poppie fresh soap dish. Thanks Glenna
doughwoman@yahoo.com


Wanted 

I am also looking for wallpaper and border. also if anyone has a doughboy stencil, stamper, or cross stitch patterns. Thanks Kris

For Trade!
9-24-99 5:11 P.M.
I have a Original Doughboy Telephone Working! For trade! Anyone have a Rollie Car For Trade or any of the Larger Vinyl Figures ?
doughgril@gmail.com

Wanted 

Fun doughboy stuff!
 Kristi Chapman
kritter@beer.com

The original salt or pepper shaker, the one like a flour sack.
Diane Scallon
2695 Kirtland rd
Central Point, OR 97502  541-665-2743


Tuesday, August 31, 1999 11:34 AM

I would like to know where I can find doughboy border. Thanks!
ccowan6123@aol.com

Wednesday, August 11, 1999 7:51 AM
Does anyone know where we can find Doughboy wallpaper and boarder?
Kimberly. Shaw@alliedsignal.com



Sunday, August 08, 1999 2:57 PM
I have a set of Poppin 71 and poppie72.  I am interested in finding out
the value of these dolls and also a safe way to clean them.  They are in
excellent  condition but have no stands.  I would appreciate any
information.  thank you very much.  sincerely,  Melissa Christian   P.S.
please send info to misliss@webtv.net


7-30-99 1:18 PM
Wanted
Funfetti Cookie jar and the 1995 Carlton  ornament
jennirusso@email.msn.com


7/28/99 7:03:59 AM
I recently acquired "Cupcake" the stuffed plush bear from Pillsbury.  Does anyone know anything about this collectible? 
Pam Cizek  pamelaw@mtsl.com

7-25-99 CST 5:32 PM
My daughter is searching for a Doughboy 4-piece kitchen canister set.  Does anyone know where we can find one?  Thanks for your help!  Nancy   NLMZDL@aol.com

Hi! everyone I have just got this page up and running I would like to thank all of you for your nice and positive comments. Well love to collect the early doughboy items. We are always in search of the nice pieces. If you know of any items that you are after or know where a hard to fine item is please post to billboard. so other might better their collection. Thanks and come back when you have time! R Wiltfong doughboy@oldtelephone.com