Saturday, September 5, 2015

10-year-old AG Magazine Discovery

Hey!

Today my parents opened up the bottom of our couch because we heard something rattleing in it. Out came a bunch of junk including a 10-year-old AG magazine from the spring of 2005. It showcases Marisol and Nellie is also new
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Here are some pictures of it:
I appoligize for the quality of some of them, you know how hard it is to take pictures of shiny magazine pages, oh I also appoliogize for the sideways ones. My computer was being stupid and wouldn't let me flip them.





These dolls were only $84!
















Bitty Baby

Bitty Twin

I hope you enjoyed these pictures. What is the oldest AG magazine you have, or when did you start collecting AG merchandise?
 - Jessica


20 comments:

  1. Lovely blog! I especially love your header picture. We're trying to update ours.
    Please come visit us at ouragdollhouse.blogspot.com
    Thanks!
    ~The OurAGDollhouse Dolls

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  2. The oldest magazine I have is from 2013... xD
    -Leah

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  3. That is such a cool magazine =) I think I have a magazine from 2009 or 2010 :-) Thats my oldest!
    -Lydia

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  4. Awesome pics! I really loved Samantha's Bridesmaid Dress and Nellie's Christmas Dress.
    I think my oldest is from 2008. I started collecting in 2007.

    - Ellie

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  5. Wow, nice! The oldest AG catalog I have is from around 2008 - actually it's only the cover of the catalog. X'D I started collecting in 2007 or so, I think? At least, I got my first AG doll, Nellie, around that time...

    ~Lydia~ <3

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  6. This was a really cool post to read!! :D I can't believe the catalog's been under your couch for all these years... :)
    I've ordered some old AG catalogs off of Ebay over the past year, so if you count those, the oldest one I have is from holiday 2002. But not counting ones from EBay, my oldest is the big Christmas one from 2010. :)
    *Sunny

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  7. Wow, that's so cool that you found that catalog. Thanks for much for sharing the pictures, because I love looking at old AG catalogs. We did get that catalog in the mail, but we don't have it anymore. Our oldest catalog that we still have is from 2007(it's the big holiday one).
    ~Christian Homeschooler

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  8. I loved looking at that magazine! Thanks for sharing! I can not believe how cheap AG dolls used to be back then. If only they were still that price....
    Hmmm... I'm not sure on the exact year of my oldest catalog, but I think it's from 1980 something! LOL! It was my older sister's catalog ;)
    ~Jaclynn~

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  9. that's so cool!!! i have one from like 5 or 6 years ago. I can't remember how old it is :)
    ~Kara

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  10. Hi! I love your blog so far! I just discovered it at Liz's website! It is so cool and I love that you actually have a 2005 AG catolog! It would be awesome if maybe you could comment on my blog!
    http://agdollawesome.wordpress.com
    -Samantha

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  11. I just wanted to tell you about a GIFT SWAP that I'm having on my blog Spreading My Joy. I would love it if you could be a participant! :)

    Allie D.
    www.spreadingmyjoy.blogspot.com

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  12. This was so interesting! That catalog is SO cool - I love looking back at old catalogs and I've always dreamed of buying really old ones off of Ebay (I haven't done that yet though).
    Anyway, I nominated you for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers award, on my blog (www.anamericangirldollstory.blogspot.com). You can check it out! : )
    Have a great day
    Ellie : )

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  13. wow! cool! I remember looking through my older sister's magazines she had from the late 80's-90's, they had everything! It was awesome!
    I started getting into American girl when I was 7-years-old. I'm 15 now...

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  14. Will you be coming back? I've missed your posts!
    Bella

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  15. My daughters enjoyed AG. Sadly I didn't pay close attention.

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  16. This is also a very good post which I really enjoyed reading. It is not everyday that I have the possibility to see something like this.
    Desi chhokri

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  18. I come here every day, and I'm looking forward to a new article's being raised.
    Thank you

    from Kazu (Japan)

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