By Sarah Sink Eames
This gorgeous, pleasing publication positive aspects 1000's of full-color pictures of Barbie doll models, certain descriptions, and present values. A stylebook of models whole with all add-ons. 2004 values. AUTHORBIO: Sarah Sink Eames's favourite plaything as a baby grew right into a life of Barbie doll accumulating. Sarah has been a speaker and choose at nationwide Barbie Doll conventions. She used to be president of famous person urban Doll membership, a UFDC membership, and he or she edited an in depth directory and cost consultant to Barbie Doll models, quantity I and II. She is the writer of Barbie Doll style quantity I,II, and III. evaluation: This quantity is the 1st in a three-volume sequence through writer Sarah Sink Eames. It files all of Barbie's models from the years 1959 via 1967, and comprises Ken doll models and infrequent present units.
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Barbie Fashion: Vol. 1, 1959-1967 (Barbie Doll Fashion) by Sarah Sink Eames