19, Jun 2018 | Toys
Checking and raiding our parent’s attic and basement — these toys from our childhood might worth a small fortune now.
1978 Luke Skywalker Action Figure – $25.000
In 2015, a Japanese designer sold this toy through Sotheby’s. This action figure is just one of the only 20 ever made.
PEZ Dispensers – Prices vary
In 2006, a 1982 dispenser known as ”Astronaut B” was sold on eBay for $32.000.
Monopoly Game – $146.500
In 2011, a 1933 original hand drawn oilcloth version of Monopoly was sold for $146.500 at a Sotheby’s auction.
Game Boy – $750
Before this generation being obsessed with cell phones, we passed our time on Nintendo’s handheld game system, which was first released in the U.S in 1989.
Hot Wheels – Prices Vary
While today these tiny cars go for just a few dollars, rare items can be worth thousands.
Mario Kart 64 – $750
One of the coolest versions of our beloved Mario Kart was sold for $750.
Pokemon Cards – Prices Vary
Launched in Japan in 1996, Pokemon trading cards were phenomenal and rare cards can go for crazy high prices.
Vintage Playmobil – Prices Vary
A 1995 Victorian Dollhouse by German toy makers, Playmobil was listed at $800.
Digimon – Prices Vary
The virtual monsters were launched in 1997 and gained high popularity after the anime series and following video game.
G.I Joe Action Figures – Prices Vary
The toys created in 1964 were sold between $10.000 to $20.000.