Before eBay set their own ideas for what is antique or vintage, a doll to be considered vintage had to be 75 years old and to be antique had to be at least 100 years old. eBay decided an item could be called vintage if it is no longer made— even if production stopped last week— and anything older than they are must to be antique. So for the sake of clarity in my blog, a doll has to be made BEFORE 1960 to be vintage, and at least 100 years old to be referred to as “antique”. Dolls made between 1960 and 1980 are considered to be “modern collectible dolls” and those made after 1980, such as Cabbage Patch, “My Double”, “American Girl” and others, including “limited edition” dolls, are not considered, on my blog, to be any of the above. They are just used dolls. For information about one of them, run a Google search.