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They might .... but some have, unopened, found their way to a few Goodwill and SAs in my area.

I've dabbled in Toys as an investment for my family .... over a thousand pieces at one time, everything from Hot Wheels to a 7,000$ toy car.

We typically bought New items at say 5$, then held and sold at 45$ ..... it can take years, to make a Profit.

She's smart to collect what she likes.

If you get stuck with un-sellable Merchandise that you DON'T want, THAT'S a pain.

I've seen boxed, older dolls used as school fundraisers .... through a silent auction.

Make sure to keep the boxes super clean and mint condition .... plastic bags and plastic totes will do that.

Take pictures so you have an Inventory, and record of your Collection.

I used business cards to tag sealed merchandise, slipping that card through the edges of the factory taped box Wink

Card had our name, "Reward if found", and email and phone number on it.

Boric acid powder (white, not blue) to kill any silverfish.

Enjoy your Collection!!!! And your Profit Smilie
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She has had a collection since she was young. She hopes to one day pass it on to the next generation. They are all unopened but I question if they are actually accrue value...
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Wife "needs" a holiday Barbie every year. Purchased immediately. Thank you!
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This is maybe a good Buy, too (?)

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07GLNM523/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Was $30.99 ..... now 23.49

Save $7.50 (24%)
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Wife "needs" a holiday Barbie every year. Purchased immediately. Thank you!
Your wife!? Uh... may I ask what for?
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Your wife!? Uh... may I ask what for?
She has had a collection since she was young. She hopes to one day pass it on to the next generation. They are all unopened but I question if they are actually accrue value...
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She has had a collection since she was young. She hopes to one day pass it on to the next generation. They are all unopened but I question if they are actually accrue value...
Some do over time, especially if you have any nib from the 80's and 90's.
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She has had a collection since she was young. She hopes to one day pass it on to the next generation. They are all unopened but I question if they are actually accrue value...
They might .... but some have, unopened, found their way to a few Goodwill and SAs in my area.

I've dabbled in Toys as an investment for my family .... over a thousand pieces at one time, everything from Hot Wheels to a 7,000$ toy car.

We typically bought New items at say 5$, then held and sold at 45$ ..... it can take years, to make a Profit.

She's smart to collect what she likes.

If you get stuck with un-sellable Merchandise that you DON'T want, THAT'S a pain.

I've seen boxed, older dolls used as school fundraisers .... through a silent auction.

Make sure to keep the boxes super clean and mint condition .... plastic bags and plastic totes will do that.

Take pictures so you have an Inventory, and record of your Collection.

I used business cards to tag sealed merchandise, slipping that card through the edges of the factory taped box Wink

Card had our name, "Reward if found", and email and phone number on it.

Boric acid powder (white, not blue) to kill any silverfish.

Enjoy your Collection!!!! And your Profit Smilie
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Wow. That was the most detailed and helpful post about how to preserve a collection. I had no idea the amount of maintenance needed for a box. Thanks for writing that up and I'll pass that along to her.
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I need the African American version but no where to be found on Target. Weird since it is in their holiday toy book.
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Wow. That was the most detailed and helpful post about how to preserve a collection. I had no idea the amount of maintenance needed for a box. Thanks for writing that up and I'll pass that along to her.
👍 welcome!!
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Will this anniversary barbie worth more $$ in the next 20-40 years ?
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Thank you OP! My 10 yr old Niece is going to love adding this to her collection! Also thanks for the toy collector tips to the guy above. 👍
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She has had a collection since she was young. She hopes to one day pass it on to the next generation. They are all unopened but I question if they are actually accrue value...
Yes they have a lot of value. My wife has a Lucy and dezi worth 300.00 right now.
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Thank you OP! My 10 yr old Niece is going to love adding this to her collection! Also thanks for the toy collector tips to the guy above. 👍
I've have a 10 y.o. daughter, and while I'm not draconian in her Care for toys, I do expect she show Respect.

With over a hundred Barbies, open, average Barbie, having Respect is critical to being organized.

To these higher-end dolls, while your niece isn't your child, perhaps try to open their packaging at the tabs/flaps, so "at night" these high-end dolls have their "House" to "sleep in".

Worth a shot (?)

And perhaps a Life's Lesson: Organization is half your Life.

..... and if you doubt that, try living Happy in Chaos

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ADD: The 100+ Barbies are a carry-over from my mom collecting through the decades ..... I'm no Daddy Warbucks, LOL!!!
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