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INVESTING IN AN OLD TOY MEANS INVESTING IN A NEW FUTURE

ToysOver the last several months, a long list of toys, games, and other forms of tangible entertainment, were evaluated by OnBuy in order to find out which range of products increase in both popularity and value the longer we thrive and survive. Want to know more? Then for further information, please check out the following summary detailing their findings.





1909 Honus Wagner
Trading Cards


Monthly Internet Searches: 20,800
Highest Selling Price: Not so long ago, a 1909 Honus Wagner card was bought for $3.8 million.
Related Items to Look Out For: Those worth mentioning, include a Magic: The Gathering Alpha Black Lotus card, a Yu-Gi-Oh Black Luster Soldier card, as well as a Pokémon Holographic First Edition Charizard.


Action Comics #1
Comic Books


Monthly Internet Searches: 284,200
Highest Selling Price: In 2014, Action Comics #1, which features Superman's first appearance, was sold online for just over $3.2 million.
Related Items to Look Out For: Batman's first appearance in Detective Comics #27, Spider-Man's first appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15, as well as the first comic published by MarvelMarvel #1.


Beanie Babies - Wallace
Beanie Babies


Monthly Internet Searches: 153,800
Highest Selling Price: The most expensive Beanie Baby collection in the world was sold for $600,000, and it contained one large Wallace, two regular-sized Wallaces, plus Cashew and Huggy.
Related Items to Look Out For: Other Beanie Babies in demand include Princess the BearRainbow, Valentino, Bubbles, and Piccadilly Attic.


Stefani Canturi Barbie doll
Barbie Dolls


Monthly Internet Searches: 675,000
Highest Selling Price: In 2010, the Stefano Canturi Barbie Doll sold for $302,500, but only because the final figure was furnished with a necklace designed by Stefano Canturi which featured a selection of emerald-cut pink diamonds.
Related Items to Look Out For: The original 1959 Barbie, the Marie Antoinette Barbie, and the Pink Jubilee Barbie


Pink, Rear-Loading Beach Bomb
Honorable Mentions

- Hot Wheels Cars
(894,500 monthly searches): The rare, 1969 Pink, Rear-Loading Beach Bomb is said to be worth $175,000. 
- Board Games (560,900 monthly searches): The original 1933 Monopoly game was sold at auction for $146,500. 
- Disney VHS Tapes (6,500 monthly searches): The Black Diamond Edition of Beauty and the Beast was bought on eBay for $15,000.


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In closing, I would just like to thank OnBuy for allowing me to publish their findings, before encouraging you to check out their Website, Facebook, and Twitter pages.

INVESTING IN AN OLD TOY MEANS INVESTING IN A NEW FUTURE INVESTING IN AN OLD TOY MEANS INVESTING IN A NEW FUTURE Reviewed by David Andrews on September 24, 2020 Rating: 5

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