If you know a little girl age six to eleven, chances are she has not only heard about Hasbro's My Littlest Pet Shop figurines, but she may already even be an avid collector. Called LPS by those in the know, these little bobble-head toys are both imaginative toys for playtime and preteen...
Barbie Doll got a new look for 1972 — she was a busy and active gal! Mattel released new versions of Walk Lively Barbie and Busy Barbie in 1972 and of course, a whole new wardrobe!
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It was the dawn of a new decade! Barbie Doll really started to “live” when Mattel introduced the new Living Barbie in 1970. With new features and a new wardrobe, Barbie and her friends entered the 1970s in style!
1969 was a “mod” year for Barbie Doll and her friends. The world was changing … Barbie Doll was in style, swinging with the swingers! Check out Barbie’s 1969 fashion choices.
She began her “Barbie Doll Style” in 1959; by 1974, Barbie Doll celebrated her sweet 16th birthday. Mattel’s teenage fashion model had new looks, new clothes and ... a special Sweet 16 Barbie promotional doll.
Toys, Toys, Toys! We loved toys when we were kids and some of us still do! What toys were in your toy box? Get out your old toys, let’s play!
Harry Potter fans love to action figures.The franchise is still very popular with fans and collectors. Get your own figures to remember the good times and pass them on to the next generation.
Barbie Doll was as popular as ever! 1973 saw a new wardrobe (of course!) and dolls with “quick curl” hair. From 1959 through the early 1970s, Barbie Doll loved her Fashion Runway!
The 1971 fashion scene featured knee-length, “midi” and “maxi” skirts and dresses, sweater vests and high blouse collars. Peasant and “granny” dresses were popular, as well as pants suits (straight and wide-legged bottoms), ponchos and halter tops. Francie Doll’s closet featured the...