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Rare My Little Pony

Updated on January 15, 2015

Welcome to the Rare My Little Pony World, where only Collectors Go!

Have you ever come across a Rare My Little Pony? Oh, the joys of childhood brought out a lot of old toys that are surprising to many of us becoming quick collector's items. Some of you may even have a few hidden gems in your household or attic that you may not even know about. But there are also those of you that know which "rare my little pony" you are after and hope to find one. There are plenty of places to find those cute ponies, but hopefully this will become a site where you can find them in one spot. I remember the day my little girls started liking "My Little Pony" but it wasn't until I started looking for some of my old ones that I realized they were now known as "Rare My Little Pony" dolls. Hope you find some you like.

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A Place to find all those rare My Little Pony

Minty
Minty

The First My Little Pony

Back in the 1980s the darling "My Little Ponies" were introduced to the world, they were on every little girl's wish list. Can you believe there were only 6 at first? Those six were: Cotton Candy, Blossom, Blue Belle, Snuzzle, Minty and Butterscotch. Each one was completely different from the next whether it was the color hair, signature bottom or body color. Girls quickly learned the name of each pony would relate to whatever symbol was on their hip, if it was a mint we all knew it was Minty.

The next group of My Little Pony were: Applejack, Seashell, Bubbles and Bow Tie. Then the Unicorns and Pegasus were introduced: Sunbeam, Glory, Twilight and Moondancer were the four unicorn, Firefly and Medley were the Pegasus.

Source: The Toy Review

Mimic on Ebay

Mimic is one of the most sought after ponies, but she is considered a rare my little pony. You can typically find her on sale or open for bidding on ebay for $75-100.

Pegasus My Little Pony

My Little Pony - Crystal Princess - Pegasus Pony - Morning Monarch

Your little one will love the light blue My Little Pony with a butterfly gem. She has two pink shades of flowing hair coming out at the nape of her neck and a tail. Each My Little Pony comes with their own brush so you can make them beautiful.

The Facts about the 1st My Little Pony

Since we are talking about rare My Little Pony I thought it would be fun to explore the first commercials with a few facts for you. Have fun!

My Little Pony Series
My Little Pony Series

My Little Pony Cartoon & Movie

Right after the first My Little Pony were introduced to the world a "My Little Pony" cartoon came out, the series went from 1986-1987. Many girls would grab their "My Little Pony" and lay in the living room floor as they watched their favorite ponies fly into action. Moms and daughters would soon watch as the ponies "escaped from Midnight Castle" or ran around in Pony Land, Flutter Valley, and Paradise Estate. Each place had a special magic about it. The My Little Pony movie was also released at this time and little girls LOVED it. Did you ever watch it?

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My Little Pony (Sparkle Pony) from 1980s

REALLY, REALLY Rare My Little Pony

Rare My Little Pony on eBay

Taking a peek at what collectors are selling over on ebay. Do you see any Rare My Little Pony dolls you'd like?

Rare My Little Pony ($100-500)

This selection of Rare My Little Pony Dolls will be between $100-$500.

What's your favorite "rare" My Little Pony"?

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      anonymous 

      3 years ago

      G1 ponies are my favorite and some of them will be in my christmas wish list.

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      armand 

      3 years ago

      I really love g1 ponies i want to start collecting them in 2015.

      hope you have fun with these little cuties.

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      am23g23 

      5 years ago

      Nice lens thanks for the information.

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      TransplantedSoul 

      6 years ago

      These guys are classics! I wrote about them in my lense: https://hubpages.com/games-hobbies/top-10-toy-meme

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      saraih26 

      7 years ago

      I think I had one named "Morning Glory"

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      missbat 

      8 years ago

      Wow, the fact that I had over 300 of these at one time... I still have quite a few, including the originals with the flat, square hooves. Sheesh, to think of what they might go for on eBay! I remember the "rares" in my day were Seashell (the second "sitting" pony) and Mimic. I finally got them. I've kept most of the packaging too. Amazing.

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      elizajane202 lm 

      8 years ago

      @FanfrelucheHubs: I admit I was shocked (and disgusted with myself) to see the $1000+ prices, I mean all that money I could've had if I just saved all those toys. lol. Those were a big collection of mine at that time. Guess I missed that one. I do love garage sales because you always find rare items, I know we recently came across some "old" care bears.

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      Nathalie Roy 

      8 years ago from France (Canadian expat)

      Have you seen the price on some of them! A friend of mine sells on Ebay and he is always happy when you fins these at garage sales, even the more common ones find buyers. They were so cute!

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      anonymous 

      8 years ago

      I had no idea the My Little Ponies were so popular. I was much too old for them when they came out - my beloved toy horses were Hartlands (that should date me for horse collectors). I can certainly understand wanting that special one for the memories.

    • elizajane202 lm profile imageAUTHOR

      elizajane202 lm 

      8 years ago

      @whitepines1: That or check to see if there are some "Rare" ones in your attic and possibly sell them on ebay.

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      whitepines1 

      8 years ago

      My little sister was really into My Little Ponies growing up. I was already over 18 by the time they were really popular. I didn't even realize they were collectible. My kids are into the new ones, now and I was planning to see if the old ones were in the attic. Hmm. Maybe we should keep them in storage instead?

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      Linda Jo Martin 

      8 years ago from Post Falls, Idaho, USA

      My older daughters were SO into My Little Ponies. One of them had a pink pony palace!

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