What your old toys are worth now

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What your old toys are worth now


Have you ever wondered what your old toys are worth?

From Beanie Babies and American Girl Dolls to Super Soakers and Playskool Flashlights, the vintage toys you've kept in your attic may now be worth a fortune.

If you kept any of your old dolls, games or playsets, you may be in luck! These 11 popular childhood toys are worth serious money now -- at least, it's what people are willing to pay on eBay. So whether you're a collector looking to buy an original Game Boy, or hoping to score some major cash on your old Easy Bake Oven that's been sitting in your attic, you've come to the right place. We broke down the costs of these '90's classics, ranked in order from least to most expensive.

So check out the list of vintage items below, and if you're lucky, you may have held onto something that'll cover next month's (or year's) rent!

View what these 11 toys are worth today:

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Playskool Flashlight in box

Price: $166.00

Easy Bake Oven

Price: $305.98

Bop It Extreme

Price: $404.64

Original Game Boy System with Tetris brand new and factory sealed

Price: $649.95

Original Black and White Furby in box
Price: $899.99

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (1993) in box

Price: $1,100.00

Vintage Barbie Doll (1962) used in original box

Price: $2,450.00

1st Edition Princess Diana Beanie Baby with tag, only 14 authenticated in world

Price: $507,000.00

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Pull along dog

Small parts can break off and cause choking hazard.

(Photo: ToySafety.org)

Smack Shot

Can cause injury.

(Photo: ToySafety.org)

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