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Subject: Re: Groovy Girls -- Nikki


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Debbie
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Date Posted: 07:00:02 09/25/01 Tue
In reply to: Nikki 's message, "Re: Groovy Girls is this a Black owned doll and is it collectable?" on 00:21:39 09/25/01 Tue

Wow, Nikki -- you've provided a wealth of information on the Groovy Girls -- makes me want to check them out!

Thanks!

Debbie
>The Groovy Girls Dolls are made by Manhattan Toys.
>They are stuffed with embroidered faces. They now have
>pets, Groovy Boy Dolls, clothing accessories and
>furniture.
>
>Each year the company discontinues that year's lines
>of Dolls and comes out with a new line. This years
>2001 line has 6 girls whose names all start with S
>(Hence the S line) and two boy dolls (also S names).
>
>The 2000 line was the J line. All names started with
>J. These are now discontinued and available at some
>stores in limited quanities.
>
>Will they ever be worth money to a collector? I don't
>know the answer to that.
>
>They are, however, the cutest stuffed doll that I've
>seen in a long time and my little girl loves them.
>
>I liked them so much I bought myself one so that I
>could play dolls with her. *grins* Of course, she
>thinks it is her's too. (3 year olds....)
>
>As for Liza...well there is also a Lupe and there is a
>Doll name Zarah and another Z name. I don't know where
>they fit into the line up, but I suspect that they
>were either Limited Editions (Like Sasha in the Posh
>Party Play pack who has sculpted toes rather than
>puffy feet with shoes as a part of her feet) or that
>they were some of the first dolls the company came out
>with.
>
>If you do a search on MSN or Yahoo you should come up
>with lots of sites for Groovy Girls Dolls and
>Accessories. I know in my research (just for love of
>the playability of these dolls and a desire to acquire
>another one or two for my daughter and/or myself
>*grins) that I have seen webpages with links to email
>Manhattan Toys. You could write them and find out
>exactly where Liza fits into the scheme of series.
>
>They are billed as being collectible, but then that
>might only refer to their infectious qualities that
>cause little girls and big girls to want more of them
>rather than any possible future monetary value.
>
>Hope this helps you find more info on your Liza.
>
>Cheers,
>Nikki

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