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American Girl 'Ning' Trademark Dead

In an interesting turn of events, the American Girl trademark 'Ning' is dead. That means American Girl chose to not renew their copyright on the name, so we'll never get a doll named Ning.


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I JUST REALIZED SOMETHING:


I have a really old (2016) American Girl Doll Guide. In it was every historical up until Julie & Ivy and the latest GOTY at the time (Leah Clark). At the end of the book, there was an interview with Valerie Tripp. She wrote most (If not all) of the original Pleasant Company books. One of the questions and answers was "If you could make another doll and write books about her, what time period?" Valerie's response was "I would really love an Asian doll based off of the gold rush, whose parents and/or grandparents worked on the railways." I'm 82% sure Valerie has stopped writing books for AG, but maybe she's coming back for Ning!…


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KirstenKitFan
KirstenKitFan
07 de out. de 2021

aww :/ i hope she'll survive in some way (like joss being emory)!

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Lily Rose Lovemoon713
Lily Rose Lovemoon713
08 de out. de 2021
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That's also a good theory. I'm fine with either one or even all of them being correct.

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americangirlstar
americangirlstar
07 de out. de 2021

*hunger games salute* Was really hoping for an asian historical. Perhaps we'll still get one but under a different name?

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AGDollHouseVibes
AGDollHouseVibes
19 de out. de 2021
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Me too.

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HamiltrashPotato
HamiltrashPotato
07 de out. de 2021

That's sad, I hope we at least get Corrine and Gwynn for GOTY 2022.

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PaisleySaigeAG
PaisleySaigeAG
07 de out. de 2021

Nooooo! I was picturing Ning as a late 1800s Chinese-American historical character. Such a cute name too. Maybe I'll just have to get a TM 84 or maybe even a JLY 4 and name her Ning.

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