Holiday Barbie dolls are valued from $35 to as high as $750. Older Holiday Barbie dolls are worth more than newer releases. All prices are for Holiday Barbie dolls that are considered "Never Removed From Box," or NRFB in collectors' terms.Know More
Holiday Barbie dolls were first released in 1988. That Holiday Barbie, featuring a red dress, is valued at an estimated $550 to $750. The 1989 to 1991 versions are valued at around $200, while those from 1992 and 1993 range from $100 to $200. Holiday Barbie dolls from 1994 and 1995 have an estimated value of $45 to $70 each.
The Holiday Barbie dolls from 1996 to the modern era are valued at slightly more than their average retail price, but are still highly sought after collectors' items. Each year's Holiday Barbie ranges from an estimated value of $35 to $75. Two exceptions to the price range are the 2004 and 2005 Holiday Barbie dolls. 2004's release was offered in a green or burgundy dress. The Barbie in green is valued at $75, while the much more rare burgundy clad Barbie can be worth as much as $225. 2005 also saw the release of two different color gowns: purple and forest green. The Barbie wearing purple is worth about $70, and the one in forest green is valued at $220.Learn more about Dolls
The website iGuide has extensive price guides for Barbie dolls. The database is searchable, includes market value and is regularly updated to include new Barbie dolls.Full Answer >
Most Barbie hair is made out of Saran, a generic name for plastics made from at least 80 percent PVDC. Some dolls have hair made out of Kanekalon, another fiber that is widely used for wigs and hair extensions.Full Answer >
As of 2015, the Barbie doll is 56 years old. The doll was debuted to the world on March 9, 1959 at the New York Toy Fair. Today the Barbie doll comes in many different styles.Full Answer >
Barbie dolls are priced based on a wide variety of factors, including rarity, age and condition. As with many collectibles, Barbie dolls have a market value. The prices fluctuate and are affected by what comparable Barbie dolls sell for on auction sites and in magazines about collecting.Full Answer >