Barbie Doll Around The World 1964-2007 by: J Michael Augustyniak
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Avid collectors of foreign Barbie dolls have sought foreign-exclusive Barbie dolls for over four decades. Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, England, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, and Venezuela are among the countries with unique Barbie dolls featured in this inclusive book. A foreign Photo Family Tree will delight collectors who will be introduced to foreign Barbie friends Danbie, Eli, Ellie, Flora, Lia, Kotbie, Marie, Noel, Reina, Sophie, Stephanie, Susie, Tina, Valerie, and Viky. Readers will be surprised to learn fascinating details such as Ken being named Bob in Brazil and Kenny in Argentina, while the historic first black Barbie sold in the U.S. was called Christie in Europe. This is the first book devoted entirely to foreign Barbie dolls. Even Barbie doll s tiny sister Kelly (known as Shelly outside the U.S.) is well represented in this book. Over 1,000 foreign Barbie-family dolls are featured in full color in nearly 1,200 photos, with many close-ups for easy identification.
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- Width: 8.75 inches
- Height: 11.25 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 3.94 pounds
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