๐Ÿ•น️๐ŸŽฎ A Study Reveals The '90s Nintendo Games & '90s Toys That Are Now Worth A Fortune ๐Ÿ•น️๐ŸŽฎ #RetroGaming

Share This Post On Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share This Post On
Childhood Treasures:
The 90s Video Games & Toys That Are Now Worth a Fortune

Did you leave the wrapper on?

You can’t put a price on busting open the plastic box on a He-Man figure or tearing off the tag from your new Beanie Baby….Except maybe when that price is $50,000.

Rare, well-preserved toys from the 1990s are worth a mint in 2021. Were you the type of kid who showed cardboard no mercy? Or did you spare a thought for future (broke) you?

Following TheToyZone’s look at the most valuable LEGO sets, the team decided to find the most expensive toys from the ‘90s – a golden age for childhood swag.

Here’s a look at the top ten most expensive '90s toys on the market today:

From Tamagotchis to Furbies, TheToyZone team discovered the most valuable toys for a variety of brands.

To put this project together, they looked up the toys and their prices on Mavin.

The team recorded the name of the toy, the price it sold for, and the year of release (as reported by the seller). Only toys sold individually (as opposed to in sets or multiples) were included.

For each toy line, up to 10 most expensive toys were included. The final list consists of 343 toys, all released in the 1990s.

Here's a preview of the top 6 most valuable Nintendo 64 games:

Key Findings:

● The most expensive 1990s toy sold is a Rainbow The Chameleon Beanie Baby from 1997 ($50,000).

● Nine of the top 10 most valuable ‘90s toys are Beanie Babies.

● The only top 10 toy not to be a Beanie Baby is a copy of Goldeneye 007 for Nintendo 64 ($14,999).

● The most expensive action figure is Scratch from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Playmates ($5,850).

Top 20 Most Expensive '90s Toys (OVERALL)

When it comes to the most expensive 90s toys overall, Beanie Babies - a line of stuffed toys created by American businessman H. Ty Warner - are in the league of their own.

In fact, nine out of 10 most expensive 90s toys the team found (and they looked through hundreds) were all from the Beanie Babies series. The most expensive of all was Rainbow the Chameleon, which sold for an astounding $50,000 on eBay.

Most of the other expensive Beanie Babies were all bears, with the exception of Patti the Platypus and Peanut the Royal Blue Elephant, both sold for $15,000.

The only item in the top 10 that wasn’t Beanie Baby was a Goldeneye 007 game for Nintendo 64, sold for $14,999.

  1. Beanie Babies Rainbow The Chameleon (1997) $50,000
  2. Beanie Babies Valentina (With Errors) (1998) $29,999
  3. Beanie Babies Valentino (1994) $25,003
  4. Beanie Babies Pouch (1996) $19,000
  5. Beanie Babies Princess Diana (Rare Edition) (1997) $18,950
  6. Beanie Babies Maple The Bear (With Errors) (1997) $18,000
  7. Beanie Babies Curly The Bear (1996) $15,000
  8. Beanie Babies Patti The Platypus (1993) $15,000
  9. Beanie Babies Peanut The Royal Blue Elephant (1995) $15,000
  10. Nintendo 64 games Goldeneye 007 (1997) $14,4999
  11. Beanie Babies Claude The Crab (1996) $14,000
  12. Furbies Electronic Furby (1998) $10,000
  13. Talkboy Home Alone 2 Deluxe Talkboy AFA 75+ (1995) $10,000
  14. Nintendo 64 games Super Smash Bros (1999) $9,976
  15. American Girl Dolls American Girl Felicity Merriman (1991) $7,820
  16. Nintendo Game Boy Game Boy Pokemon Pikachu Edition (1999) $7,550
  17. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Scratch (1993) $5,850
  18. Nintendo 64 games Yoshi's Story (1998) $5,500
  19. Nintendo 64 games Super Mario (1996) $5,001
  20. Super Nintendo Games Super Mario Land 2 (1992) $5,000
The interactive table below has a nice drop-down menu so you can filter each brand, including:
  • Nintendo 64 games
  • Nintendo Game Boy
  • Super Nintendo Games
  • Nintendo 64
  • Super Nintendo

Original Credit:

No comments:

Post a Comment

Like what you see in the Games Freezer?
Why not tell us what you think with a few well-chosen comments? :)

๐ŸŽฎ Featured Posts ๐ŸŽฎ