These 10 Vintage Items You Probably Own Are Now Worth A Ton

If you’ve kept your old toys and possessions buried away somewhere for years, you may finally have a use for them.

Here are 10 vintage items you probably own that could turn a profit.

Vinyl Records

If you’ve kept any old music you may be in luck because some records have sold for over $35,000 on eBay.

Vintage Apple Computers

While Apple computers are a pretty hefty item to have kept lying around for 30+ years, they’re now worth anywhere between $1,000 to $30,000 depending on the model.

Vintage Cereal Boxes

For people who have a sweet tooth that just won’t quit, vintage cereal boxes are worth anywhere from $100 to $350.


First-Edition Books

First-edition books are one of the hottest commodities with some books selling between $900,000 to $1,000,000. While that may sound like a lot of money, it’s nothing compared to the whopping $21,000,000 that a 1566 copy of Nostradamus sold for.

Vintage Musical Instruments

The market for vintage musical instruments, specifically for guitars, is a popular one. Old guitars can sell for upwards of $400,000.

Vintage Comic Books

Comic books are very variant in worth but some sell for almost $1,500,000.


Beanie Babies

If you kept your favorite toys from the ’90s you may be able to turn them for a profit. While any ordinary Beanie Baby might not sell very well, special dolls like Peanut the Royal Blue Elephant and Chef Robuchon may be worth up to $7,500.

Vintage Action Figures

Similar to Beanie Babies, these old toys may come in handy now. Some action figures sell for $10,000 on eBay.


Vintage Baseball Cards

Vintage baseball cards are a hot item with the most coveted cards going for over $400,000.

Vintage Jewelry

Depending on the piece, vintage jewelry can cost anywhere between $100,000 to $300,000.

Make sure you check the possible prices of your vintage items before you throw them out!

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