As of 2014, the 1997 Happy Holidays Barbie commonly sells for $20 to $30 in its original box. Loose figures are not as desirable among collectors and carry minimal value, even when in mint condition.
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Currently, there are no price guides in book format available specifically for Happy Holidays Barbies. However, owners can search a number of online sites which offer updated estimates of current values based on recent auction and doll store prices. Sites include BarbieValues.com and IGuide.com
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