I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but there’s a new Star Wars movie out. If you collect Star Wars toys or memorabilia, you might be surprised at how much they’re worth in light of The Force Awakens. One expert called them the “holy grail of childhood collectibles,” and this infographic tells you how much they may be valued at.
Sourcing different websites for vintage collectibles (and auction sites like eBay), this list includes the value of original toys from the 70s and 80s. The most valuable item on the list? A 1985 “Yak Face” collectible from Kenner, worth $US23,000 ($32,344) in boxed, mint condition and $US300 ($422) loose. Of course, your own mileage is going to vary; your collectible may go for more or less than this “official” value. But this gives you a general idea of what these items are going for. If your collectible isn’t on the list, you can always run a search at a site like ToyWorth, which is sourced in the graphic.
Prices in the infographic are in US dollars.
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