The Tonner Doll Company, Inc. is a world renowned doll making company owned by Robert Tonner. Robert has been making highly collectible dolls for decades. Their dolls are intricately detailed, and their Harry Potter collection is no exception.
Harry Potter Tonner dolls were released from 2005 to 2012. Each doll is crafted from high-quality, hard, vinyl and plastic, has saran hair that is rooted into the scalp, has hand painted facial features, and has 14 different points of movement – neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, chest, hips, knees, and ankles, which means they can be posed in a wide variety of ways.
Every doll in the Harry Potter collection was approved by the actor who portrayed the character in the movies. They are all dressed in clothing that are authentic replications of their movie clothes and are beautifully detailed.
I have researched the Harry Potter Tonner collection and it looks like there are a total of 48 dolls and accessories. Please let me know in the comment section if I missed anything.
These dolls were released primarily in limited edition runs and sold out long ago on the Tonner Doll website. Today, these dolls and accessories are hard to find and highly collectible. The good news is that most items can be bought from sellers on Amazon and eBay, and I have included links to both sites. Inventory on both these sites changes frequently so I encourage you to check back often to find the doll you want.
All images are used with permission from The Tonner Doll Company, Inc,. and the images were taken by Storm Photography in Kingston, NY.
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