What are the different Barbie labels?
Mattel sells some special Barbie dolls for collectors that are divided up into four different categories: Pink Label, Silver Label, Gold Label, and Platinum Label.
What is Barbie Gold Label?
Gold Label is a collecting tier of Barbie dolls. There are sequentially numbered editions of 20,000 or less worldwide for each doll. Click on the Gold Label category to see all Gold Label dolls.
How do you identify Barbies?
How To Identify Barbie Dolls – Resources, Websites and Tips To Help!
- Look at the Body.
- Look at the Back of the Head.
- Look at Anything A Bit “Different” About the Doll (for example; hair, tattoos, piercings, earrings, etc.)
- The Mattel Customer Service Website.
- Google Images.
- Social Media.
- Doll Blogs.
What does Platinum Label Barbie mean?
Platinum Label refers to a collecting tier of Barbie dolls. These dolls are produced in editions of less than 1,000 worldwide, and the tier includes premium one-of-a-kind dolls available at select events, like a Bob Mackie OOAK (one-of-a-kind) Barbie® doll, created for Dream Halloween.
Are all Barbie clothes labeled?
All Barbie clothing made in 1959 has the TM after the Barbie name, clothing from 1960 and beyond has the R.
What is Silver Label Barbie?
Silver Tier refers to a collecting tier of Barbie dolls. Each doll is limited to no more than 50,000 pieces created worldwide and comes packaged in a silver-trimmed “reveal” package, known as a new version of the “cake box package,” which features a closed box with a beautiful doll photo or other artwork on the cover.
How can you tell if you have an original Barbie doll?
Often, the bottom of a Barbie doll’s feet will offer clues as to which decade it’s from. The first ponytail Barbies had holes in the bottom of their feet. Barbies were made in Japan from 1959 to 1972 and have “Made in Japan” or “Japan” stamped on the bottom of their feet.
What does Black Label mean for Barbie?
the adult collector
The Black label collection includes dolls designed for the adult collector and are non-numbered. The Gold Label dolls have only 25,000 editions created worldwide and can only be found at authorized Barbie Doll dealers as well as fine retailers (or at auction!)