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10 Barbies From Your Childhood That Are Now Surprisingly Valuable

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Opening up a new Barbie was the highlight of of every birthday or Christmas when we were kids. Our parents knew just how badly we wanted those new Barbies and when they came through, it was the most exciting moment.

As it turns out, a lot of those Barbies are actually worth a good chunk of change now! Let's find out if any of the dolls that you have packed away in your attic are worth anything.

Peaches 'n Cream Barbie - $199.99

Totally Hair Barbie - $70

Dream Glow Barbie & Ken - $299.99

Loving You Barbie - $155.00

Pink & Pretty Barbie - $169.95

Just wait until you see what some people are charging for these other Barbies

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