It turns out there are lots of everyday collectible things that may look like junk but are actually worth hundreds, maybe even tens of thousands of dollars. Get ready to be amazed at these 10 incredibly rare and valuable things you may just have.
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BeAmazed at… Certain Lego Pieces – You know the feeling: You’re almost finished with that Lego creation, and you realize you’ve somehow misplaced ONE BRICK that would allow you to complete it. VHS tape of a poorly-written zombie clown movie. In 1987, a move called Tales from the Quadead Zone was released straight to video with very little fanfare. World Championship Nintendo games and Stadium Events – If you have any old Nintendo games from the eighties or nineties, some of them may be worth twenty or even fifty bucks, but most are not as valuable as the rarest video game in the world, the NES World Championship cartridges. Peanut the Elephant Beanie Baby in Royal Blue – Beanie Babies are everywhere, and most aren’t worth much more than retail value today. However, a few rare ones will still bring a nice price on eBay. Beatles “Butcher Cover” Yesterday and Today album – If you or your parents have any old vinyl albums lying around, you might want to look for the Beatles’ Yesterday and Today album. Old Technology – If you remember talking on a cell phone roughly the size and weight of a brick, attached to an even larger box with one of those curly wires, you might have something valuable. Magic the Gathering: Black Lotus Card – Lots of kids played Magic the Gathering as kids or teens, and some adults still play. Hot Wheels Treasure Hunt cars and McDonald’s Toys – Released in 1995, Hot Wheels Treasure hunt cards are still popular with collectors. Just one of these cars, a 1967 Camaro, sold for more than $500. The very first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone – In 1998, 500 copies of the first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone were printed, listing J.K. Rowling as the author—with her full first name, Joanne Rowling. Rare banknotes and coins – You may not think you can buy much with $1, and even those tens and twenties in your wallet might not buy everything you want, but some of them are worth more than their face value.