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Vintage Toys That Are Now Worth A Small Fortune (23 pics)

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  • 31 Mar, 2015  |
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If you've got any of these old toys sitting around the house you definitely want to dig them up. You could be sitting on a goldmine.

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№1 Author: SpiritLink (31 Mar 2015 01:54) Total user comments: 0


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Just looked up a few of these items. Not even close to true. Raichu card pictured sells for a couple bucks on eBay for holo. Gameboy color for 40
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№2 Author: kryptor (31 Mar 2015 06:21) Total user comments: 4700


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Personally, I'd love to find an old Jaguar 64-bit entertainment system.
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№3 Author: babis (31 Mar 2015 08:24) Total user comments: 0


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You just made the prices up, didn't you?
Because either that, or i am extremely rich.
The prices are for Mint condition products.
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№4 Author: NIA666 (31 Mar 2015 11:33) Total user comments: 0


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#13 Sega Genisis? Wow, that's the second typo in popular brand name today. AC, are you having a hangover?
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№5 Author: rattte (31 Mar 2015 12:26) Total user comments: 170


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pfff.... in europe (and i think in US too) you can buy a lot of these things realy cheap... like mario64, gameboy colour or the falcon...

http://www.amazon.de/Lego-Star
-Wars-7965-Millennium/dp/B004O
T8HJO



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№6 Author: Tomaz86 (31 Mar 2015 15:44) Total user comments: 10817


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So I can say I was rich!
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№7 Author: LewisJones (31 Mar 2015 16:42) Total user comments: 2100


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We can thank our parents for the high prices, it's like baseball cards. Everybody says 'I wish my mom didn't throw mine away' well if every mom didn't they would not have any value today. That's how it seems to work, kids grow up and have some disposable income and with childhood memories, want to own their fav.s again, and the price goes up with more people wanting them. But when that generation gets even older and stops buying the price drops and the next gen. toys are now the high priced ones. Well, that's just my take on it. My Hot Wheels, Vintage RC, and Evel Knievel collections have led me to this conclusion......and you must never tell the wife what you paid for stuff! :05:
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№8 Author: Shadoglare (31 Mar 2015 17:08) Total user comments: 505


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Just because somebody is stupid enough to try and sell it on eBay for an insanely high price doesn't mean people are actually buying it for that.
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№9 Author: alkaseltzer01 (31 Mar 2015 18:42) Total user comments: 10


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you can still find the lego millinem falcon at the retail price
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№10 Author: adzhoe (14 May 2015 03:32) Total user comments: 15017


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P T Barnum said it best...
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