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Barbie Through the Ages
Barbie Through the Ages - HISTORY
The history of modern toy industry changed forever when Ruth Handler, wife of a co-founder of the Mattel toy company, came to an idea in to stop the trend of the infant-like toys that were popular in the 1st half of the s in the United States. During the trip to Germany, she saw that children there are much more attracted to the adult-like looking dolls and that they enjoy giving them adult roles and can spend a lot of time recreating various jobs and social events. She also saw that her daughter Barbara had the same tendencies when getting the opportunity to play with her paper dolls. The first attempts of Ruth Handler to convince her husband and leadership of the Mattel company that her idea was sound was met with resistance, but Ruth persevered. She purchased three adult-like dolls from Germany, specifically from the Bild Lilli line that perfectly matched her vision. This doll was first produced and sold by the German magazine Build in and was based on a design from the popular comic book drawn by artist Reinhard Beuthin. The doll was a very close visual match to the comic book adventures of the blonde bombshell Lili who was a capable working girl and always ready to use her beauty to use men for her needs.
How to Identify a Vintage Ponytail Barbie
Ruth Handler and her husband Elliot, founded the toy company Mattel, Inc in Inspired by watching her daughter play with make-believe paper dolls of adult women, Handler realized there was an important niche in the market for a toy that allowed little girls to imagine the future. Originally marketed as a racy gag gift that men could buy in tobacco shops, the Lilli doll later became extremely popular with children. Mattel bought the rights to Lilli, and Handler created her own version. Handler always saw Barbie as a reflection of the times, with the first doll mimicking the glamour of s stars such as Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe.
The copyright on the Barbie dolls is not always the year that the doll was manufactured. In fact, many dolls with the copyright were actually manufactured in the s and s, which means they have little value to collectors. These markings often include a date. The confusion comes when people see this information and think they've found a vintage Barbie doll. However, there are a few Barbie dolls with a marking that are vintage and valuable.