Which old toys are worth the most?Beanie Babies – up to £350,000"These were all the rage back in the nineties, but if someone still has a few hangi
Which old toys are worth the most?
Beanie Babies – up to £350,000
“These were all the rage back in the nineties, but if someone still has a few hanging around in their loft, don’t throw them out. A whole host of the stuffed toys, including Peanut the Elephant and Peace Garcia, regularly go for four figure sums online, while a 1997 bear commemorating Princess Dianna once sold for £350,000.”
Harry Potter Books – up to £40,000
“Hold onto these – especially anyone with a complete set of the wizarding series. According to a list of criteria from Abe Books, original versions can sell from £200 to more than £40,000.”
Old money – up to £300
“It’s well worth examining old copper jars for rare coins. 20 pence pieces with no date on them and two pence coins from 1983 with the words “New Pence” on them, can sell for hundreds of pounds. With the old £10 note no longer in circulation, it’s worth searching for any old notes lying around.”