To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Barbie Doll of the World, the Mattel company produced a small Landmark Collection that consists of: Sydney Opera House, Big Ben, Eiffel Tower and Statue of Liberty Barbie Dolls. Today I’m bringing you a review about the last one.
Year: 2010, Pink Label
Age grade: for ages over 6 years and for Barbie Collectors.
Where to buy: I grabbed it at Toys R Us in 2015.
Price point: $34.99
The doll comes in a plastic package with a transparent front. On the background you can see the shape of the Statue of Liberty. On the back of the packaging there is the product description.
The box contains the doll, certificate of authenticity and a doll stand consisting of two parts.
I keep this doll in the packaging, I haven’t detached it yet. I hope you won’t judge me, as I won’t be able to show you some of the details, but I can definitely describe them
Body type: Model Muse. The body is made of plastic. The legs are not bendable even with a click. The arms are in the same position as well.
Face mold: Generation Girl/ CEO or the so-called Mackie open mouth.
The hair is golden and has some bleached strands tucked in the headband and overly fixed with hair spray.
On her head you can see a golden plastic tiara.
The gown is green and corresponding to the Statue of Liberty The doll has a clutch in her hand. Also, she has green rubber high heels.
I can’t say if the gown is easy to take off, because I’ve always kept it in the packaging, but I suspect that it’s not so easy to do. However, it’s just my guess.
As far as I know, you can order this Barbie online, for instance, on eBay or buy it from doll collectors, which would be cheaper.
I hope you liked my Barbie!