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 may have already are aware of the fact that those old toys make you some serious packet to be changed. This is indeed definitely true and we are here to show you that this is true.
One of the expensive toys we have in our list is the dolls and the action figures. There are movie-themed toys that are being on display with the dolls and action figures if you are searching for this expensive toys for collection.
The second expensive one is the Spice Girls Doll collection. The Spice Girls were the famous girl group in the 90s where there career blossomed well. It is no doubt that there are manufacturers that do created a collection of the dolls that is being inspired by this women behind that of the Spice Girls.
There is also another inspired doll in the image of Michael Jackson. This kind of doll is sold for around $11 in the 80s. You can now market this doll for around $290 which is far from its original price.
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 fourth one is the Fish-Price Toys. This kind of toy can be synonymous with that of the baby boomers to Gen Xers. With the long history of making a lot of the well-loved toys, it is of no wonder that people do pay pretty money for these toys. In fact, the vintage Fisher Price Toys can definitely give you an high ROIs.
The next on our list 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. While the Eternia is being owned by the Mattel, 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.