Saturday, September 1, 2012

Two More Sites Identifying Barbie (& Friends) Faces

I have two, yes TWO links to websites that identify Barbie fashion dolls. So if you have some "mystery Barbies" scattered around, grab those dollies and head for your computer. Online identification awaits. Some of you might recognize Michelle's Barbie page site as an old favorite; others might recognize the newer website generated by the ABC Doll Club. But if either or both are new to you, welcome to these wonder doll sites.


Michelle's Barbie page shows several Barbie and other fashion dolls. She also has pages about ethnic fashion dolls. Did anyone know that Mattel had created Barbie dolls of the world from Scandinavian countries like Sweden and Norway? I didn't recall DotW dolls from those countries.


The ABC Doll Club has a Barbie doll Wiki that identifies Barbies by face mold. Want to see the recent dolls made with the Tango face mold? There is a link for that. What about the Mbili or the Mackie head molds. More links. If you would like to investigate Barbie family fashion dolls by this criteria, try their website for some answers. There are also links and details about Integrity Toys' dolls, it is another source for identifying fashion dolls.

 
Happy researching!


8 comments:

Vanessa said...

Thank you, thank you. I do have one site, but truth be told, I never remember to look there. This is a great reminder.

D7ana said...

My pleasure, Vanessa. Glad to refresh your memory. And it is a good resource.

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: Thanks for reporting. Your posts are always very helpful to me. Keep in touch

IHime said...

Hi! Did you know there is a Polish joint project to create Barbie's face (and other dolls, different than Mattel too) reference at http://dolls.propl.eu/ ?

D7ana said...

Hi Marta and lHime! You are welcome, Marta. I try to be useful ;-D

IHime, no, I did not know about the Polish project to create a doll reference. I will investigate that page and see if I can help. Thanks for letting me know about it ;-)

Muff said...

Thanks for these links. I always like to see the old lines and dolls that I missed out on.

Snow White Archive said...

Just recently discovered your blog and became a follower. Some of your posts have been very helpful in identifying some Disney Princess dolls I've been writing about. Keep up the excellent work and thanks!

D7ana said...

You're welcome, Muff and Snow White Archive! Thanks for stopping by. Muff, remember, sometimes those older dolls get traded or sold for newer dolls ;-D Snow White Archive, glad to help.