I have Holiday Barbies dated back from 1988 - 2008. I have no use for them and don't want them .
Do you have names and addresses of people who may be interested in buying these dolla and taking them off my hands ?
try ebay, craiglist.org or putting an ad in your local newspaper
Id try craigslist with 2008 doll they are pretty easy to come by still. If you already have a ebay account you could do that but with shipping etc it may not be worth it. Id likely give it to some little girl as Id consider it more hassle then worth saleing at the moment.
by dredog03 8 years ago
My ex-girlfriend who I dated for about a year ago, ending near the end of 2008 after she went...off to school, who has been my best friend for longer than that, is moving back into town, and I'm debating about asking her to be my roommate. Bad idea?
by adeybaby1 7 years ago
i have found some old newspaper from 1843, The News of the world dated 01/10/1843. I think it is...only the dispatches pages, however is there any value to these pages that are in good condition although starting to yellow slightly
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