OMG! Pokemon! Who could forget how addicting it was to collect these cards when we were younger? At the time of its popularity, kids would go gaga to collect the rarest cards. The struggle of finding a holographic card in one deck and trading off different cards to complete a set was all too much fun. But who said all that work had to go to waste? Anyone who said these cards would lose their value in the future was mistaken.
Since their release in the early ‘90s, Pokemon cards are still in demand and have gained a huge following. Some of these cards are even worth thousands, depending on the condition and rarity. Today, pokemon cards are still sold, and even though there are some new ones out there that don’t compare to the old ones, it still feels like a blast from the past to collect them. Go Pikachu!
Another childhood favorite, aside from the Bubble Jug, Pop Rocks, and all those amazing candies, the Pez Dispenser was one candy dispenser that kids loved to collect once it ran empty. Some of these hyped-up bobble sticks are so rare that they can sell for hundreds or thousands of dollars.
The popularity of these churches never really dissipated, and a PEZ dispenser known as ‘Astronaut B,’ which was made in 1982, was sold on eBay for $32,000. Gosh! The precious Pez dispensers can be found even today, however, they are all of the more updated action figures of cartoon characters.
1978 Luke Skywalker Action Figure
We are all fans of the legendary Star Wars trilogy, which holds a special place in our hearts. The joy of watching these iconic movies during our childhood is an unforgettable experience. Finding any of the original characters' action figures is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Regenerate response
Hardcore collectors are willing to spend a pretty penny to get their hands on rare star wars toys. In fact, in 2015, a vintage Luke Skywalker action figure, initially released in 1978, fetched an astonishing price of $25,000. Such remarkable passion and the enduring value of these toys leave us awestruck.
Garbage Pail Kids Cards
Back in the ‘80s, Garbage Pail cards may not have been popular amongst parents, but we all loved them as kids. Although these cards are not available on the market anymore, they are worth more than you might think today if you try to look for it online or at vintage stores.
One card from this stack was recently sold for $300, and an entire 1985 Garbage Pail Kids Series of cards went for $4,000 on websites like eBay and Amazon. Insane! Some of these cards can sell for hundreds or even thousands of dollars - depending on the kind of card and the condition, of course.
Marie Antoinette Barbie
This collector's dream has become a prized possession for Barbie enthusiasts and history buffs alike. With its exquisite craftsmanship and attention to historical accuracy, the Marie Antoinette Barbie has become a sought-after treasure in the world of doll collecting, fetching high prices in auctions and captivating the hearts of collectors worldwide. Vive la Barbie!
The adorned Marie-Antoinette Barbie Doll was more than a toy, it was a limited-edition collectible and not meant to be played with. Even her shoes were made of porcelain! The one-of-a-kind doll can be cashed in for at least $1,000!