Barbie Doll Photo Album 1959 to 2009: Identifications & Values

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Collector Books, 2009 - Antiques & Collectibles - 446 pages
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BarbieŽ doll celebrates her fiftieth anniversary in 2009, and our author chronicles every one of those illustrious 50 years. From 1959 through 2009, the highlights of BarbieŽ, her family, and friends are documented in full-color photography with large, vivid photos capturing every detail of the dolls, shown mint in boxes with close-ups. Collectors of vintage BarbieŽ dolls will be just as thrilled with this book as those who prefer more recent releases as more than 1,000 unforgettable dolls are featured in over 1,200 breathtaking photos. Hundreds of dolls never shown in any other books are presented. Vintage rarities include pink box dolls from the 1990s and 2000s, as well as series dolls, and dolls based on animated movies. Of course, fans of Collector Editions will not be disappointed, as BFMC Silkstone BarbieŽ dolls, Holiday Barbie dolls, Dolls of the World, and designer dolls will also be among the many Limited Editions represented, culminating with the numerous 50th Anniversary BarbieŽ dolls and reproduction BarbieŽ dolls released in 2009. The current 2009 values, helpful identifications, and fun facts will delight and educate new collectors and advanced hobbyists alike in this truly indispensable tribute book.

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Barbie Doll Photo Album

User Review  - ohshoot - Overstock.com

Great Book to research your Barbie Doll Collection! Help identify your doll with a current value! Read full review

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User Review  - khrome - Goodreads

This is a reference book which I mostly skimmed through, so I am not giving it a rating. But this book is a very good visual reference guide for identifying Barbies and other Mattel dolls from 1959 to ... Read full review

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Michael Augustyniak started collecting Barbie and Ken dolls in 1988, and has attended 11 national Barbie Collector's Conventions since 1991. He earned his Bachelor's degree from Indiana University in 1992, with a double major in English and social studies. His love of writing and photography are reflected in his books. He is considered a leading authority on Barbie.

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