Discussion in 'Other Disney Collectibles' started by Brii59, Jul 7, 2013.
Oh yes... I collect all sorts of dolls! Basically anything I like. >▼<
I'm an Ever After High collector, I have majority of the dolls Anyone else?
I collect Betsy McCall by the Tonner Doll Company and Blythe. Those are probably the only non-Disney dolls I own. The rest of my collections are hard vintage toys like the one in my profile picture (Polly Pocket)
Yup, Monster High and some EAH, mainly the signature dolls.
Yesterday I found the Alice through the looking Glass Time doll for $2.98 at TRU. Wasn't a fan of the dolls except for him so I snatched him up.
I guess they are Disney, but does anyone collect the Q-Posket doll figurines from Japan?
They're starting to call to my name, but I'm trying to resist...
Especially with the new Tiger Lily/Tinker Bell/Belle reading set! Jeez...
Sorry if I'm posting this in the wrong place...
Q Posket Disney Characters 5.5 Inch Figures by Banpresto - Complete Collection
I've been able to resist until now, I need that Belle.
I ended up purchasing the Tiger Lily/Tinker Bell/Belle set with a gift card I received for my birthday!
I'll take pictures when they arrive.
I really want maleficent and Rapunzel ;w;
Wow, don't know how I missed this thread. I enjoy collecting Holiday Barbie's.
I purchased a couple of them back in the early 80's for my nieces visiting WDW. They appeared
a little disappointed. At the time, I didn't know why. They eventually told me.
Then, in the late 80's African-American Holiday Barbie's were introduced. That's when I started collecting them.
I was speaking to a representative from Mattel and asked why were there fewer dolls of color versus
the original. I was informed that for every six original Barbie's produced, one Barbie of color was made.
That made so much sense from a business point of view.
It was at that time I thought COLLECTIBLE! So, since around 1988, I have Holiday Barbie's still encased in their
original boxes. Over time, ethic features were introduced and added an entire different dimension to each
doll. I consider this one of the best investments I've ever made. And to this day, I continue collecting.
My nieces are now in their middle to late forties and still have their first Holiday Barbies's. Those are their
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