I could be up like £30,000 if I wasn’t stupid enough to take the tags off my toys or, heaven forfend, play with them.
My parents did me wrong by letting my enjoy my youth and I have to say, I’m absolutely going to hold it against them.
What I’m trying to get at is that there are some toys – mostly from the 90s – that haven’t only retained their worth, but have grown exponentially in value.
You may have had some, you may still have some, and you may even still have some, untouched and still in their packaging for some reason.
There’s only one way to find out… check. Check this list.
1993 Titanus Carrier Zord – £358
Power Ranger Action Figures – >£151
Sealed copy of Pokemon Red Version – £307
Sealed copy of Pokemon Crystal Version – £607
G.I. Joe Mobile Command Center – £2,277
1995 Megatron – £569
Optimus Prime and Megatron Pack – >£759
Abominus Combiner Set – £364
Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES) – £729
Original 1998 Furby – £531
Set of 12 used Furbys – £380
1998 Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (by Joanne Rowling) – £42,515
Beauty and the Best VHS – Black Diamond edition – £7,595
An Error-Filled Peace Bear Beanie Baby – £3,036
Mint-Condition Holographic Charizard Card – >£3,796
Castlevania: Dracula X (SNES) – >£759
First-Edition Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon Booster Pack – £1,101
I’ve got to say; I’m a mad little boy.
Alfie Powell joined as an apprentice and was probably hired because he was likely the only person who applied. He's been blagging his way through writing articles for four years now and he's definitely showing signs of slowing down. When not writing for The Hook, Alfie finds time to indulge in his favourite hobbies, such as drinking and sitting down.Follow