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2016–2017 NEW RELEASES
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE ACCESSORIES FOR THE WORLD’S MOST FASHIONABLE DOLLS, 1959–1972
Hillary Shilkitus James
• A lighter-sized format easier to carry at shows and auctions
• Identification and values for accessories from 1959 to 1972
• Unusual and rare accessories
When today’s Barbie® doll collector puts together an outfit for the world’s most fashionable doll, they soon find out that
the bulk of thevalue lies in the shoes, hats, gloves, jewelry, and other important accessories. This revised and expanded,
lighter edition is decked out with more than 1,200 images of accessories for Barbie, Skipper®, Francie®, Ken®, and other
fashionable dolls available from 1959 to 1972, including stands and travel brochures. Complete with values and a cross-
referenced description of the outfits each accessorycame with, this identification guide is an authority for collectors and
a fun addition to any fashionista’s library.
Hillary Shilkitus James
is a doll dealer who specializes in vintage Barbie dolls, their clothes, accessories, and other
unique Barbie dollitems.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 1,700 color images • 224 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5135-8 • soft cover • $29.99
AVAILABLE IN AUGUST
THE COMPLETE & UNAUTHORIZED GUIDE TO VINTAGE BARBIE® DOLLS:
With Barbie®, Ken®, Francie®, and Skipper® Fashions and the Whole Family
Hillary Shilkitus James
• Revised and expanded third edition of vintage Barbie® dolls
• 1,200 images and updated prices form a complete listing of Barbie, her friends, and outfits
• More complete set coverage showing what accessories came with each outfit
A required resource for all Barbie® collectors, this completely revised and expanded edition features new images and
updated prices, all in a handy, easy-to-carry-along format. Now over 1,200 beautiful color photos illustrate this complete
listing of Barbie through her vintage years from 1959 to 1972, including her sister Skipper® and their friends, relations,
and pets. Ken®, Midge®, Allan®, Francie®, Scooter®, and all the rest are here. Never before presented in such detail and with
so many images, every picture shows all the pieces originally included with the fashion. Values are given for loose and
never removed from package items. The listing also provides each item’s stock number, date, and value.
Hillary Shilkitus James
is a doll dealer who specializes in vintage Barbie® dolls, their clothes, accessories, and other
unique Barbie doll items.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 1,200 color images • 224 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5158-7 • soft cover • $29.99
AVAILABLE IN SEPTEMBER
AMAZING TOYS OF MARVIN GLASS:
1950s to 1974
Joyce Grant
• The iconic toys of the 1960s and 70s that shaped a generation
• The first guide to toys and games designed exclusively by inventor Marvin Glass
• 275 photographs of awesome toys and games, including 67 original advertisements
Throwback enthusiasts will enjoy this walk on the colorful side of a 1960s and 70s childhood. During this period the
toy industry exploded with an infusion of bright, zany play things for kids, and Marvin Glass’s revolutionary toy designs
helped shape a generation, or at least gave themamemorable childhood.The company’s playthings had a special look and
personality: toys that chased you, mechanical toys you could take apart and be trusted to put back together again, a game
where you could knock off your opponent’s block, and an exploding bomb you could throw to your playmate. Toys and
games such as Mr. Machine, Odd Ogg, Rockem’ Sockem’ Robots, and Mystery Date have achieved iconic status, thanks
to their amazing inventor. This book is the first exclusive guide to Marvin Glass toys and games from the late 1950s to
1974 and includes a price guide.
Joyce Grant
is an entrepreneur and collector who has been selling vintage toys and memorabilia on her website, www.
timewarptoys.com, since 1996. She lives with her husband Brian in the Catskill Mountains of New York.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 277 color and b/w images • 128 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5125-9 • hard cover • $24.99
AVAILABLE IN OCTOBER
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