This set came with two straight-leg dolls; Bubblecut Barbie or Ponytail Barbie, and painted head Ken.
Barbie was dressed in her red one-piece swim suit, white open toe shoes and Ken in his red swim trunks, red and white striped jacket and cork sandles. Both had their wire stands. In the set came the almost complete tennis outfits for Barbie #941 Tennis Anyone (but her white tennis dress was not include, she wore her scoop neck playsuit instead), and Ken had #790 Time for Tennis which was complete.
Also in the set for Barbie; a yellow silk sheath dress, orange gathered pak skirt, pink bra and panties, orange clutch purse, orange open toe heels, white scoop neck play set with red wide Pak belt and a pearl necklace. Along with Ken's tennis outfit, he had a pair of undershorts, green corduroy pants, green socks, a red and green sport shirt, and brown shoes with white tops. A barbie and Ken fashion booklet completed the set.
Contents shown not in original box. Bra should be pink, not white.
This tennis dress was NOT included with the gift set. She wore a white scoop neck playsuit instead.
#857 Barbie Mix 'n Match Gift Set
This set is almost identical to the #857 set that was released in 1960. This set comes with a #5 ponytail dressed in her black and white striped swim suit or a #6 dressed in her red one-piece swim suit. Only other changes in 1962 from the 1960 set is Barbie wore a wrist tag and had an updated pink booklet with Barbie and Ken's picture on the front.
Barbie and Ken Mix 'n Match Gift Set - Montgomery Wards Exclusive
This set is identical to the #892 Barbie and Ken Tennis Set, but there was an option that included a blue carrying case which held both Barbie, Ken and all their clothes. You could also purchase it without the carrying case. The complete set retailed for $13.77, and without the case it sold for 10.99.