The Barbie Dolls Collectibles Dollhouse
Doing a bit of history of who Barbie is we have come up with some interesting points:
The first dollhouse for this famous fashion doll was brought out by Mattel in 1962. It was made of cardboard as a studio apartment layout. Since then the market has shown us many more examples.
These fashion dolls have for years been clothed with outfits that naturally seem to say that they need a scene to go with them.
After all most of her outfits have been of a professional nature. So a dollhouse to add to her outfits seemed a natural by-product for her.
Though Fashion Dollhouses have had one major design issue about them. They started off and have seemed to continue with sometimes flimsy, easily broken dollhouses and accessories.
Thankfully there are some with outstanding designs that last for years, on the market as well.
Worth Noting: Some sellers on Ebay have offered on occasion the above mentioned Dollhouse (Barbie's first dollhouse of 1962). Some of those products looked to have also been in surprisingly good condition considering their age. So for serious collectors Ebay is worth at least the look to see what treasures you can discover.Search Ebay Now for Rare Deals that interest you.
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Vintage Barbie Dolls Collectibles Dollhouses from Ebay
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Great Collector Fashion Doll Books. These will educate you as to what year you own and how to put particular collectibles together.*
The following items are select modern fashion dollhouses found online. Most are of the typical fashion doll style.*
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