You might want to check out your old baseball cards or sift through those boxes in your attic, because many toys, books, and collectibles from the ’90s could be worth a fortune today.
While some American Girl dolls or My Little Pony toys can be worth hundreds of dollars, a specific “Harry Potter” first edition could be worth around $55,000.
Here are 20 things from the ’90s that are worth a fortune today.
A “Harry Potter” first edition could be worth more than $50,000.
Original “Harry Potter” books from the 1990s could earn you a galleon or two. Hardcover first editions of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” that contain the print line “10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1” are worth up to $55,000.
Though that sum is specifically for the British version of the book, American editions can also make you a nice sum of cash.
“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” – the American version – can be worth up to $6,500 if it has the print line “1 3 5 7 9 10 8 6 4 2 8 9/9 0/0 01 02” located on the copyright page.
McDonald’s Happy Meal toys could be worth a nice bit of money.
McDonald’s Happy Meals have been beloved by children of all ages across generations – mainly for the small plastic toy found in each and every smiling red box.
However, old McDonald’s Happy Meal toys might just make you smile even wider as an adult.
Happy Meal Changeables toys have sold for between $20 to $140, depending on the condition and completeness of the set.
One of the most valuable Happy Meal toys, “Inspector Gadget” from 1995, could fetch you around $350.