Who is the biggest Barbie collector?
The Guinness World Records holder for the largest Barbie doll collection is Bettina Dorfmann, who had over 15,000 Barbies as of 2011. In 2013, Yang had about 6,000 dolls in his collection. It has since roughly doubled; Yang estimates that he now has “12,000 or something” dolls, and he has stopped counting.
What old Barbies are worth money?
The 9 Most Expensive Barbies of All Time
- Totally Hair Barbie (1992): $160.
- Pink Splendor Barbie (1996): $339.
- Pink Jubilee Barbie (1989): $800.
- Devi Kroell Barbie (2010): $1,075.
- Marie Antoinette Barbie (2003): $1,250.
- Lorraine Schwartz Barbie (2010): $7,500.
- Original Barbie (1959): $27,450.
How many hundreds of Barbie dolls does the world’s largest Barbies collector have?
Today, the Dusseldorf collector who made it to the Guinness Book of World Records owns more Barbies than anyone else in the world — 18,000 dolls! Even as a child, Dorfmann had almost three dozen Barbies.
What is the rarest Barbie?
11 Rarest Barbies in Existence
- Water Lily.
- 1988 Happy Holidays.
- Marie Antoinette.
- Inland Steel Barbie.
- 1997 Misprint 10th Anniversary Holiday Barbie.
- Midnight Red Barbie.
- De Beers Barbie.
- Barbie by Stefano Canturi.
How much is the original Midge Barbie worth?
The first vintage Midge dolls had a value of $175 MIB (Mint In Box) in 2007. For the first two years that Midge was sold, she had “straight legs” that could not bend at the knee. A rare Midge with teeth was sold the first year and is now sought after by collectors.
How much are 1980s Barbies worth?
The most valuable holiday Barbies are from the years 1988-1992. Dolls that are MIB (mint in box) from those years sell for between $40-$200. A set of NRFB (never removed from box) dolls from 1988 to 1998 can sell for around $1,000.