Megan as Aurora

Megan as Aurora, Sleeping Beauty

Mizukithepanda
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I have a question, since you're one of the only people I've seen with this particular doll. (I have Aurora myself, but I got her off of ebay.) Do you know when these Disney collaboration dolls were produced, where and how they were sold, and how much they retailed for? Were they limited editions or exclusives? I can find absolutely nothing on them, and until I got my own, MIB, I actually thought the few that I'd seen over the years were just customs that people were trying to pass off as something limited.

Donna M Donally
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The Doll was produced by Marian and sold through the Disney stores. That is where I ordered mine.  Marian also did the other three Disney dolls in my photos.  The other Megan as pink as Sleeping Beauty, Heather as Snow White and Alison as Cinderella. The Heather in Blue in my Photos is  From the Santa Fe Doll Art Convention in 1996 by Robert Tonner and limited to 150.   The Millennuim Heather is a exclusive from JC Penneys in there 1999 Christmas Catalog.  Hope this helps Donna

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That does help, thank you. smiley I'd still love to know how much this version retailed for, though. I love having frames of reference for everything that I collect. Most of the dolls I buy are new or were something that I was actively aware of when they were originally released, but 2003 and 2004 were bum years for my family where we didn't really buy/get much of anything, so I totally missed out on the Marian releases.

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