Do You Have Any Of These Toys From The '90s? They Might Be Worth A Small Fortune!
Pokémon: Red Version
When Pokémon hit the world, millions of children were all of a sudden trainers to these strange creatures. While their kids begged for more cards, some parents headed to the store to purchase the very first Pokémon video game, Pokémon: Red Version. It was an instant hit, causing games to just fly off the shelves. If you're lucky enough to have a sealed copy of the game, you could possibly bring in a bit of money because mint copies are worth up to $600!
"Peanut the Elephant” Beanie Baby
There was a craze of Beanie Babies that came to the world in the '90s. Believing that they would one day be worth a fortune, collectors bought up every Beanie baby they could find. Sadly, most people were disappointed to find out that most of them wouldn't be worth much of anything. Fortunately, for those that have certain Beanie Babies, like the Royal-Blue “Peanut the Elephant” Beanie Baby, they can bring in a little bit of money. Because of a manufacturing error that caused Peanut to come out darker than anticipated, anyone who has one of the 2,000 copies of this Beanie Baby could bring in up to $5,000
Love My Beanies
The cute, story-telling Teddy Ruxpin stole the hearts of children when it came out in 1985. While you can buy the modern version of this toy for about $100 in stores, the original version from the '80s is worth a bit more. On eBay, the 1985 version of Teddy Ruxpin was sold for an impressive $415!
First Edition Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Children from all over the world were introduced to a brand new world of adventurous fantasy when Harry Potter came out! When it first came out, parents were just happy to buy their children books that they actually wanted to read, that they didn't even realize they were making an investment. Anyone who has a First Edition Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone book can look forward to getting almost $3,500 for the one book!
Laser Light Skeletor
Kids drooled over the He-Man action figures after Masters of the Universe was released in 1987. While some kids liked pretending that they were He-Man, other kids had a much better time pretending that they were his nemesis, Skeletor. In 1988, Laser Light Skeletor was introduced to the world, which can bring in a little over $11,000 today!
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