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Photos: Vintage Barbies on eBay--going once, twice

Buyers and sellers flock to the online giant, searching for items once only found by scouring antique shows and swap meets.
By Bill Detwiler, Contributor
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Robert McKeown and Deeann Little

Robert McKeown and Deeann Little in their living room, in front of one of many tightly packed shelves of toys. The pair has been buying and selling on eBay since two weeks after the site's launch.

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Secret Squirrel

Cartoon characters from Secret Squirrel to Quick-Draw McGraw.

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Picnic Bunny

No trip through Barbie history would be complete without a battery-operated Picnic Bunny.

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Pierre Omidyan

Ponytailed eBay founder Pierre Omidyan, at the time of eBay's 1995 launch.

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