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Expensive Collectible Toys

With so much toys that is produced and money spent for it, it is only natural that some of the revenue comes back to that of the consumer. You can be able to surely benefit with those old toys you have at your home. This is indeed definitely true and we are here to show you that this is true.

The action figures and the dolls is the first on our list. You can also see a lot of the dolls and action figures in the movie-themed stores with toys being displayed.

The second expensive one is the Spice Girls Doll collection. The 90s girl group called the Spice Girls are popular before. This is why many toy factory had created the collection of dolls that is being inspired by the Spice Girls.

There is also another inspired doll in the image of Michael Jackson. The price of the doll is around $11 in the year 80s. But this doll is being sold now for $290 profit.

The Power Rangers is the next expensive toy to be part of the list. You can be able to have a ROI of around $1000 from the before price which is $20 only.

The other expensive toy now is the Fisher-Price Toys that is commonly seen in the market. This kind of toy can be synonymous with that of the baby boomers to Gen Xers. It cannot be denied that people does pay whatever amount for this toy since they has been I the business for a long time and this is loved by a lot of kids. In fact, the vintage Fisher Price Toys can definitely give you an high ROIs.

The next expensive and the fifth one is the Happy Meal Toys. The trinket that you got from the delicious Happy Meal can be able to earn now as much as 0 profit.

The Eternia Playset is another expensive toy sold now. Though the Eternia is primarily owned by that of the Mattel, you can see that the Fisher -Price is owned subsidiary of that of the Mattel. The Eternia playset was actually in that of full line of toys in the late 80s that as being inspired that of the Master of the Universe. The pricier that the toy set is, you can actually make around $300 profits of it today.

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