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    Barbie and Ken #5 (Dell Publishing, 1964). 11/1963-1/1964 - Photo cover of Barbie and Ken dolls. Midge one-pager, art by Vince Colletta. Barbie and Ken, art by Vince Colletta; Five Barbie Fan Club girls tell their stories of how they each met met Barbie. Barbie And The Arts!, art by Vince Colletta. Barbie's Theatre Group one-pager, art by Vince Colletta; Barbie is a community theatre group director and admired actress. 2018 Overstreet value is $650 in this condition.

    Publisher: Dell
    Category: Universal
    Page Quality: Off-white
    Artists/Writers: Vince Colletta art
    Significance: Last issue. Photo cover.
    CGC census 12/19: 3 in 9.2, 4 higher.

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