We’ve all had a dream of hitting the jackpot when sorting through junk. But, you may be surprised what the most common items are that could hold the most value around your house…
After the Beanie Boom of the 1990s, people were convinced they were an investment that would pay off in the future. After the hype bubble burst, it was clear the TY tag was meaningless and a lesson on setting value on trends was learned.
However, a small fraction of Beanie Babies did in fact hold value from a collector standpoint, albeit those Beanie Babies were rare even at the time of sale. The Royal Blue Elephant named ‘Peanut’ is valued at $1,500 – $5,000, the Old Face Teddy Bear stands at $2,000, and Chef Robuchon (a bear dressed like the Michelin-starred French chef) is on the more expensive side at $7,353.