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If you ever collected trading cards or toys, you remember what its like to take special care of them. After all, mom told you that they’d be worth something one day. You didn’t quite understand that when you were a kid, but as it turns out, she was right about some of them.
Make sure you check your attic to see if you still have any of these things. They could be worth a ton.
1. Mario Kart 64
A staple of the N64 gaming system, Mario Kart 64 can now be sold for around $500.
2. Easy-Bake Ovens
Remember these little ovens that helped you make special treats? Apparently, they are worth around $300 today.
3. Power Rangers Action Figures
If you own this Power Rangers Megazord, it’s worth a pretty penny. A mint condition version of the Shogun Megazord sold on eBay for around $550.
4. 1st Edition Charizard Pokemon Card
Recently, this holographic, first-edition Charizard Pokemon card sold on eBay for over $5,000!
5. Sega Genesis 2
Your favorite gaming system has a ton of value these days. They’ve been selling for about $1,000, so you’ll have to save up in order to get this retro piece.
6. Teddy Ruxpin
Teddy Ruxpin dolls have been selling on eBay for over $200. Good thing you loved him with all of your heart, right?
7. Cabbage Patch Dolls
If you are the owner of some original Cabbage Patch Dolls and you need money fast, you can sell them for upwards of $1,000.
These toys were all the rage back in the day, and if you managed to keep yours in good condition, you could get quite a bit of money for it. Furbies in mint condition are being sold for around $900.
9. Polly Pocket & Lucy Locket Dream Home
This oddly named toy has quite some value these days. They’ve been selling online for around $600.
10. Princess Diana Beanie Baby
While a lot of TY Beanie Babies didn’t increase in value like we were told they would, this version is worth quite a lot of money. How much? A mint condition Princess Diana Beanie Baby recently sold for $652,000 on eBay. Let that sink in.
(via All Day)
You’d better look through your toy chest and see if you still have any of these things, because you could be sitting on a goldmine. Now all you have to do is decide whether you want to keep them in the family, or sell them while they’re hot.
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