Miss America Dolls

Miss America DollsMattel made two different Miss America Dolls using Barbie’s Body and the Steffie head mold.

Walk Lively Miss America was sold in 1972 and 1973 and Quick Curl Miss America from 1973 to 1976. Walk Lively was also sold by Kelloggs as a mail in offer (for three dollars!) and there were three Miss America ensembles sold in 1972.

The dolls are much easier to find than the ensembles!

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Vintage Barbie Clothing 1971 and 1972


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Steffie DollSteffie

Barbie’s Friend Steffie was introduced in 1972. The Steffie doll head mold is still in use today and is one of the most popular Barbie faces ever produced. There were only three Steffie dolls and all three were released in 1972, but there have been many since using her face!

2010 Holiday Barbie Doll

2010 Holiday Barbie Doll2010 Holiday Barbie Doll is wearing an elegant red and white gown with gold trim.

The Caucasian version has the Mackie face sculpt and long blonde hair, while the African American Barbie has the Goddess face sculpt and long dark hair.

(For more info on Barbie Doll face sculpts see Barbie Doll History.)

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The best price I found is at Amazon (currently a pre-order) – $40.95 with Free Shipping.

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My Favorite Barbie American Girl Reproduction

My Favorite Barbie American Girl ReproducstionThe My Favorite Barbie American Girl Reproduction was released in June 2010. The Barbie doll is a reproduction of the 1965 American Girl Barbie. In addition to the American Girl’s original One piece Turquoise Striped Swimsuit and Turquoise Open Toe Heel shoes, this My Favorite Barbie also includes a reissue of the ensemble Matinee Fashion #1640 (1965).

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Related Pages – Vintage American Girl Barbie Doll

Vintage Barbie ReproductionsVintage Barbie Reproductions are among some of the most popular and successful Collectable Barbie Dolls. Mattel issued the first Vintage Reproductions in 1994 to celebrate Barbie’s 35th birthday.


My Favorite Barbie Fashion Queen Reproduction

My Favorite Barbie Fashion Queen ReproducstionMy Favorite Barbie Fashion Queen Reproduction was released in June 2010. This is a faithful reproduction of the 1963 Vintage Fashion Queen Barbie Doll. It includes a reproduction of the original white and gold striped lame strapless swimsuit and turban, white open toe shoes and her three wigs and her wig stand.

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Vintage Barbie ReproductionsVintage Barbie Reproductions are among some of the most popular and successful Collectable Barbie Dolls. Mattel issued the first Vintage Reproductions in 1994 to celebrate Barbie’s 35th birthday.

Jamie Doll

Walking Jamie DollWalking Jamie Doll was a Sears Exclusive Barbie Doll sold from 1970 to 1972. She was also available in two different gift sets – Furry Friends in 1970 & 1971 and Strollin in Style in 1972 and had two different doll cases.

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Truly Scrumptious Doll, Truly Scrumptious Barbie

Truly Scrumptious Dolls

The Truly Scrumptious Doll was one of the first “celebrity” Barbie Dolls, released along with the Julia doll in 1969.

The doll is based on a character of the same name from the wildly popular kids movie, Chitty, Chiity, Bang, Bang.

There were two Truly Scrumptious Barbie Dolls – a “standard” one on the traditional straight leg Midge/Barbie body and a Talking Truly Scrumptious.

Both dolls have a Francie head with blue eyes, rooted eyelashes and blonde hair – no bangs, pulled back in a low ponytail and curled at the bottom.

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TNT Barbie

TNT Flip BarbieTNT Flip BarbiesTNT Barbie got a new look in 1969. Twist ‘n Turn Barbie got a new hairstyle – a shoulder length flip, arguably inspired by the hit TV show That Girl which ran from 1966 to 1971 and starred Marlo Thomas with a similar hairstyle. This Barbie is often referred to as TNT Flip or TNT Marlo or even TNT Marlo Flip.

She was made from 1969 to 1971 and she received a new swimsuit each year.

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Stacey Dolls, Stacey Barbie Doll

Stacey DollsStacey Dolls were introduced in 1968, as Barbie’s new “cool” Mod friend. She hailed from the Mod Mecca of hipness – Great Britian. There were two versions – TNT (Twist ‘n Turn) and Talking Stacey. Between 1968 and 1971, there were three different TNT Stacey versions and two different Talking Staceys. She was permanently retired after 1971.

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Vintage Barbie Careers – New Series for 2010

Vintage Barbie Careers Reproductions

In addition to the new dolls for 2010 in the My Favorite Barbie series, Mattel has announced a new Vintage Reproduction Series for 2010. It is the Vintage Careers Series. It consists of three reproduction vintage Barbie dolls wearing ensembles (all properly accessorized, of course) that represented Barbie’s earliest careers and will be released throughout the year with a $49.95 price tag.  The series includes:

Registered Nurse – a blonde ponytail Barbie wearing Registered Nurse #991 (1961-1964)

Student Teacher a brunette swirl ponytail Barbie wearing Student Teacher #1622 (1965-1966)

Miss Astronaut – a blonde American Girl Barbie wearing Miss Astronaut #1641 (1965)

Retated Pages:
Vintage Barbie Reproductions
Vintage Barbie Dolls
Registered Nurse
Student Teacher
Miss Astronaut
Kudos to Mattel – it looks like 2010 will be another exceptional year for Vintage Barbie Reproductions!

More My Favorite Barbie Reproductions Announced for 2010

2010 My Favorite Barbie

This week, Mattel announced that there will be three more My Favorite Barbie Vintage Reproductions – These three will be issued in December 2009.

They include:

Swirl Barbie Giftset - 1964 Swirl Barbie in her red bathing suit with blonde swirl ponytail.  It looks like she will be wearing her original Red Swimsuit and will come along with a reproduction of the 1965 ensemble Dancing Doll.     Price will be $49.95.

Black Barbie Giftset – 1980s Black Barbie.  This was the first African-American Barbie.   She is wearing her origiinal outift and will include an additional 1980s ensemble reproduction.  Price will be $49.95.

Peaches ‘N Cream – 1984 Peaches ‘N Cream Reproduction, one of the most popular Barbies from the “Superstar” era. Price will be $49.95.

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Vintage Barbie Dancing Doll #1626
Vintage Barbie Swirl Ponytail Dolls
Vintage Barbie Reproductions