Collectors prize the first Barbie doll ever made, particularly if it is still in its original packaging. A perfect condition Barbie #1 sold at auction in 2019 for $17,000.
This limited edition Barbie was made to commemorate the diamond company De Beers' 40th anniversary. The doll is decorated with a necklace made of 160 diamonds and is worth approximately $85,000.
This Barbie doll was made to commemorate Barbie's 30th anniversary. It's constructed of porcelain and has 164 pink rhinestones on it. The Pink Jubilee Barbie is estimated to be worth around $3,000.
Just like the original Barbie, the first Ken doll ever made is also highly valuable to collectors. In 2018, a mint condition Ken #1 sold for $8,000 at auction.
Lorraine Schwartz Lorraine Schwartz, a jewelry designer, developed this limited edition Barbie, which is adorned with over 3 carats of white diamonds. It is valued at around $7,500.
This Barbie is modeled after the renowned French queen Marie Antoinette and is adorned with 34 diamonds and pearls. The figurine is worth around $1,250.
The original Barbie and Ken dolls are included in their original packaging in this present set. It is worth around $2,000.
Created by Australian jewelry artist Stefano Canturi, this Barbie is adorned with a rare pink diamond necklace worth over $300,000. The figurine itself is worth around $6,000.
This special edition Barbie was made to commemorate Barbie's 35th anniversary. It is set with 160 diamonds and is worth around $5,000.
This Barbie is dressed in a fashionable business suit and is constructed of silkstone material. It is worth around $500.