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Posted by: sue
October 14, 2005, 06:43 AM

In conjunction with the release of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the Tonner Doll Company has announced it will be releasing brand new Harry Potter high-end collectible dolls in November. According to their websites these dolls are" 17" tall,[and] features remarkably engineered jointing with 14 points of articulation, offering the collector unlimited posing and play possibilities. Crafted of hard plastic and high-quality vinyl, with hand-painted face detail, this is a doll to be played with and enjoyed." The first doll, "Harry Potter at Hogwarts" has a retail price of $124.99 (USD) and"Harry wears his traditional Hogwarts school uniform with custom-knit sweater and 'Gryffindor' house navy blue robe lined in burgundy." There will also be a special "Harry Potter at the Yule Ball" which retails for $149.00 and shows Harry wearing "formal black robes with white-tie treatment." In Spring, 2006 Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger dolls will be released along with additional clothing and accessories. Click here to see photos of these new dolls.
Thanks Marti!

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