Cabbage Patch Kids Dolls – Popular 1980’s Toy
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Cabbage Patch Kids dolls were the talk of the town in the 80s, and are still collectibles today. Read on to learn more about Cabbage Patch Kids’ history and information!
Cabbage Patch Kids Toys are some of the most famous dolls of all time. Cabbage Patch Kids have been around for 30 years and every child has wanted one at some time or another. Kids were highly encouraged to “adopt” these dolls which became very collectible over time. The dolls themselves were not the most attractive purchases, but what made them so collectible was a large number of outfits each doll came with.
Ode to the lovely but sometimes a little creepy-looking Cabbage Patch Kids—born in the 80s and still going strong. We are happy that yes, you can still get one from eBay, Craigslist, or if you’re really lucky, at your local designer toy store!
You might have a few of these lying around your house. They’re adorable, and almost impossible not to want to touch. Cabbage patch kids dolls are adorable, and their popularity has grown with each passing year. These little creatures a favorite among children and adults alike.
Did you know that Cabbage Patch Kids dolls are like a cult classic now? The story behind the dolls is practically Shakespearean in its complexities – and that’s precisely what makes it so great. The brand has undergone numerous incarnations over the past few decades, but at its heart, it’s always been about creating dolls that are both cute and fun. It makes sense then, that some would want to create media related to these creations, transforming them into simple — yet visually adorable little friends.
Did you know that the original name for a Cabbage Patch Kids Doll was a “Little Person?” I know, definitely not something that would have withstood the test of time in our modern more politically correct culture. But hey, it was the 80’s.
These dolls began as art. Literally! They were handmade by a man named Xavier Roberts and he showcased them in an art gallery. Soon, he began to sell them. Not after hiring a few employees to help him hand sew them, of course! And they really took off. It was a very clever marketing strategy to say the dolls are “adoptable” rather than a commodity to be purchased.
Once their popularity soared, Roberts opened up a factory in Kong Hong and America just fell in love with these popular 80’s toys!
Their Value Now
Cabbage Patch Kids are loved by many because they are different. They were designed to look like real babies and have interesting stories behind each of their unique faces and names.
Some Cabbage Patch Dolls with birth certificates and adoption papers can fetch hundreds of dollars. There are even cases where dolls have been sold for thousands!
Cabbage Patch Kids dolls have had an enormous increase in price over the years. Collectors realize that Cabbage Patch Dolls are now worth a lot more than they used to be. At the time, some dolls sold for $30 but now some with certificates are selling for hundreds.
Incredible! You might want to check your closet or garage!