ICONIC COLLECTIBLES: Buffy and Mrs. Beasley Dolls, 1968, Family Affair

ICONIC COLLECTIBLES: Buffy and Mrs. Beasley Dolls, 1968, Family Affair The 101/2 inch Talking Buffy and Mrs. Beasley doll, made by Mattel Hawthorne, was one of the hottest, most successful products from a television show of the entire 1960’s. Mrs. Beasley became one of the most iconic dolls of all time, and was also mass […]

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ICONIC COLLECTIBLES: I LOVE LUCY, 1952

ICONIC COLLECTIBLES: I LOVE LUCY, 1952 I Love Lucy merchandise made millions of dollars for Desilu Studios throughout the 1950’s. The most collectible of these products were manufactured in the earliest seasons of the show. Pictured below, the I Love Lucy-Lucy Ricardo rag doll and the rarest, most valuable I Love Lucy collectible, The Desilu […]

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GREAT ICONOGRAPHY: The Farrah Fawcett-Majors Poster, 1976

6 months before the premiere of the series, Charlie’s Angels, and just weeks after the surprise success of the March 21, 1976 television movie of the same name, ABC hired photographers to shoot images posters of the three new sensational angels in bikinis. Only Farrah Fawcett-Majors accepted, but with a demand for complete control and absolutely […]

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ICONIC COLLECTIBLES! Captain Kangaroo Pets, Joey Stivic Doll, The Jetsons

Hasbro’s 1956 issue Kitten Head; Bushy Bear; Dinkey Donkey; Piggly Wiggly; and many others. Worth several hundred dollars today. ICONIC COLLECTIBLES: ALL IN THE FAMILY, JOEY STIVIC DOLL, 1976 In 1976, All In the Family created a marketing controversy with the release of IDEAL’s Joey Stivic doll. An adorable little doll while dressed, but parents […]

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