One of the main misconceptions I see with Barbies is when trying to identify a doll's age. Some people believe that the date on the back of the doll (usually on the bottom) is the date the doll was made. It actually is the date that the mold was made, not the doll. The best way to tell your doll's age is by the face. Here is a picture of dolls from the late 50's to 90's showing their different head molds and how their looks have changed throughout the decades.
I received the newest Barbie collector catalog in the mail today. I highly recommend getting one of these catalogs! They're free, and the images of the dolls are great for altered art!
I found lots of new exciting items in to want! Like this set of mini Barbies. Aren't they cute!!!!!! They are only 2.5 inches tall! They are too cute! I think I will need two sets. One for displaying and one to stay in the package.
Happy Midweek, Lindsey