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Offline Bayleeeliza05

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I have all 3. Not sure how to post pocs. More wanting to know value as ive been told they are highly collectible.
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Re: (1980's)Hi, after information on pony land ballerina dancing ponies
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2019, 01:34:12 AM »
The ballerina babies? They are not a set of 3.
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Re: (1980's)Hi, after information on pony land ballerina dancing ponies
« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2019, 01:41:13 AM »
There are eight G1 ballerina ponies altogether, four adults and four babies. I think the adults go for more than the babies, but I'm not sure what the current rate is these days. Maybe $8-15 depending on condition, accessories, etc? I personally find them a little creepy, but I know they have their fans.

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Re: (1980's)Hi, after information on pony land ballerina dancing ponies
« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2019, 07:16:27 AM »
Worth mentioning it may also depend where the OP is, since the adult ballerinas weren't sold in every country. Here in the UK we only had the baby set. I would say that makes the adults rarer but I think that's perspective :) I don't know for sure.

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They are the simba fakies

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The ballerina babies? They are not a set of 3.
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Re: (1980's)Hi, after information on pony land ballerina dancing ponies
« Reply #5 on: April 24, 2019, 06:52:08 AM »
Maybe you'll have better luck adding 'simba fakies' to the title :) Fakies tend to not be too sought after, but I actually haven't seen adult ballerina fakies before, so maybe someone with a bit more fakie knowledge can weigh in on that!
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Re: (1980's)Hi, after information on pony land ballerina dancing ponies
« Reply #6 on: April 24, 2019, 07:15:26 AM »
Maybe you'll have better luck adding 'simba fakies' to the title :) Fakies tend to not be too sought after, but I actually haven't seen adult ballerina fakies before, so maybe someone with a bit more fakie knowledge can weigh in on that!

I think there's a facebook group for fakies and fakie collectors out there somewhere?

I don't think many fakies are valuable in monetary terms to MLP collectors as the majority of us focus on the genuine article - but I don't know among actual fakie collectors. There are some here and there's a thread about them somewhere on here - but I think you'd do best trying somewhere that focuses on fakies.

My instinct would be that they don't have a lot of value as even the real ballerinas aren't that expensive if they don't have accessories - but fakie collectors would know better.
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Re: (1980's)Hi, after information on pony land ballerina dancing ponies
« Reply #7 on: April 24, 2019, 06:16:53 PM »
I'm not sure of their value, but I'm sure they are wanted by fakie collectors since they're based on real Hasbro molds. :)
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Also fun to see there was more then just green and I want the blue one now.
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Im a Simba collector and I love the ballerinas a lot <3 there are soo many color combos of them! Those three shown are only examples ;) I gotta get mine out of storage to take some pics now :P (PM me if I forget about it, will be a stressful day today).

Concerning their worth; Taffeta is right, they arent worth a lot of money since there arent many collectors but they are surely on the rarer side and hard to get.

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These are my four Simba Ballerinas, the one on the left right  (edit : my bad) is my childhood pony <3 The funny thing is, I have now all I need to swap their legs to create solid colored ones XD The legs though... are very stubborn, I would need to pull them really violently and I dont want to destroy my girls <3
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Aw but I think they look cool like that with the legs, as if they're wearing tights! :)
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