Are birthday Barbies worth anything?

Are birthday Barbies worth anything?

Holiday Barbies Worth Big Bucks Dolls that are MIB (mint in box) from those years sell for between $40-$200. A set of NRFB (never removed from box) dolls from 1988 to 1998 can sell for around $1,000. Holiday Barbies ranging from 1995 to today are not worth as much money as older editions.

How much is 1990 Holiday Barbie worth?

10 Most Valuable Holiday Barbies

No. NAME Price
7 2000 Celebration Barbie $750
8 1988 (1stEdition) Happy Holidays Barbie $625
9 1990 Happy Holidays Barbie $500
10 1995 Happy Holidays Barbie $500

Are 1990 Barbies worth anything?

The ones from the 1990s have become super collectible among Barbie fans because of their elaborate dresses and unique styles. Despite being popular among Barbie collectors, these Barbie dolls are still not worth that much on their own.

What is the 1998 Holiday Barbie mistake?

1998 Happy Holidays Barbie~ Special Edition~ Rare Box Error~ 20200~ NRFB~ New! This Barbie is New in original unopened packaging and never removed from the box. The packaging is in excellent condition- has an area in the upper right corner of the plastic where the original price sticker had been removed.

What dolls are likely to bring the highest prices?

Most Valuable Collectible Dolls of All Time

  • Steiff Titanic Mourning Bear.
  • Rocket Launcher Boba Fett.
  • Steiff & Louis Vuitton Teddy Bear.
  • Original G.I. Joe.
  • Barbie by Stefano Canturi.
  • K√§mmer & Reinhardt Character Doll.
  • Madame Alexander Eloise. Price tag: $5 million.
  • L’Oiseleur (The Bird Trainer) Price tag: $6.25 million.

What was the first Christmas Barbie?

Happy Holiday
This 1988 Barbie has been dressed up in a regal-looking red tulle lace gown that is decked with a long, silver, satin ribbon. The very first doll in this special edition series, ‘Happy Holiday’ Barbie has typical Caucasian features with luscious blonde curls.

Do Barbies increase in value?

Original Barbie – The original first edition Barbie from 1959 is very rare. Money, Inc. reports that even in played-with condition, she is worth $8,000. In pristine condition, she could be worth more than $27,000.