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Mattel 2002 Holiday Celebration Barbie

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Velvet burgundy coat with gold damask ball underskirt, white fur collar and sleeves, and white fur hat

Holiday Barbies and How Much They are Worth: A Complete Guide Holiday Barbies and How Much They are Worth: A Complete Guide

Full white hair, silver collar with holly embellishments, red and silver ribbon belt and a green ballgown Never Removed From Box (NRFB)= The Barbie is still inside the box, but the box isn’t perfect. You have never taken the barbie out of the box. If there is yellowing to the plastic or some fraying, it’s probably in the NRFB condition. Removed from Box= This Barbie is removed from her box but doesn’t have all her accessories and may need some TLC. This is usually the case if the barbie was ever used as a toy.Barbie is glamorous in a white ballgown with exaggerated fur sleeves and a sheer organza overskirt with fur hemming. She comes with a keepsake snowflake attached to the top left corner of her box. Barbie dolls originated from a mother’s interest in bringing joy to her daughter. Ruth decided playing with paper dolls wasn’t enough after observing her daughter Barbara’s love for them.

Holiday Barbie (photos included!) - TTPM The History of Holiday Barbie (photos included!) - TTPM

So, in 1959, she designed a 3D model and named the doll “Barbie” – the short form of Barbara – in honor of her child. The 1995 Happy Holidays Barbie Doll has a bright smile as big as her hair. Her dress has Holly prints and motifs all over, and it couldn’t be more obvious that she’s a festive doll.The least valuable are the Holiday Barbie dolls sold without boxes. They’re often preowned, so they’ll likely miss a few accessories and need some bolstering. How Old is your Holiday Barbie? The very first belle of the ball is a fair blonde-hair beauty in a tulle red ballgown. The dress has a firm bodice with short puffy sleeves and a white ribbon attached at the waist. Her hair is also full with bouncy curls on the tip in typical 80s style. This Holiday Barbie is a pioneer in many ways – it’s the first to use the name “Holiday Barbie” and the first two colorways doll. One wears a green dress while the other’s Burgundy. The Burgundy is rarer because Mattel made a few while the green is quite popular.

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