How much are a collection of Snowbabies worth?

The little, bitty one is worth about $50. The three-inch ones are worth in the $200 to $300 range.

What year did snow babies come out?

Snowbabies were first released in 1986 by Department 56, a collectibles company headquartered in Minnesota.

What figurines are most valuable?

Most Valuable Action Figures of All Time

  • 2007 Silver C-3PO. Price tag: $6,200.
  • 1978 Star Wars Death Squad Commander. Price tag: $6,500.
  • Anakin Skywalker.
  • Original Barbie.
  • 1977 Star Wars Early Bird Certificate Package.
  • Muppets Collector’s Set (Tie)
  • 1978 Special Action Figure Set of Star Wars Villains (Tie)
  • 2007 Gold C-3PO (Tie)

How do you clean yellowed Snowbabies?

What’s the best way to clean Snowbabies™ figurines? We recommend using a soft feather duster to remove surface dust from the figurines. Collectors have shared with us that using a hair dryer on a low, cool setting, or using canned air (used to clean computer components) is also effective to remove dust.

What is Snowbabies?

Snowbabies are lovers of all nature ‘Into The Woods’. This piece features snow-tipped sisal. Designed by artist Kristi Jensen Pierro and manufactured exclusively for Department 56.

What makes each Snowbabies™ figurine special?

Each piece tells its own story. It’s the story that makes each Snowbabies figurine special and unique. For over 33 years Department 56® artist, Kristi Jensen Pierro has captured the beauty and splendor of winter in her Snowbabies™ designs.

Who is the designer of Snowbabies?

Designed by Snowbabies’ artist Kristi Jensen Pierro, the Snowbaby is prepping his reindeer friend for the big night. Includes hand-knitted accessories and hand applied glitter.

What is the Snowbabies Unicorn collection?

The Snowbabies Unicorn Collection celebrates the trendiest animal and icon of the year. This Snowbaby angel is perched atop a sparkling Unicorn, making a wish upon a shooting star. Designed… This Snowbaby had to literally stand on his head to see eye to eye with his polar bear friend! Introduced January 2013 Retired December 2014 Figurine