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The 10 Most Valuable Beanie Babies That Could Be Hiding in Your Attic

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Kids who collected (and resisted ripping the tags off) Beanie Babies in the 1990s were promised a massive return on their investment when they grew up. Decades later, the majority of the Ty toys aren’t worth much more money today than when they first hit shelves at the height of Beanie mania. But that doesn’t mean you should throw away the toys in your attic without giving them a second look. While they’re hard to come by, there are a few rare Beanie Babies out there, like Valentino the bear, that can still earn you a small fortune on eBay. Here are the most valuable stuffed collectibles to look for.

1. PRINCESS THE BEAR // VALUE: $10,000

 
 
 
 
 

The purple Princess Diana bear Beanie Baby quickly become iconic when Ty released it in 1997. A special edition created to raise money for The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund following Princess Diana’s death, it frequently ranks among the most expensive vintage Beanie Babies on eBay today. As of February 2019, there’s one listed on the site for $600,000—but the true value of the item varies depending on what your bear is made of. Most Princess Beanie Babies that people bought in the 1990s were made with polyethylene (PE) pellets, and those ones are essentially worthless today. The much rarer bears stuffed with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pellets are more valuable: In January 2019, someone purchased a PVC Princess bear for $10,000.

2. MCDONALD’S INTERNATIONAL BEARS // VALUE: $10,000

McDonald’s joined the Beanie Baby hype when it began including scaled-down versions of the toys in its Happy Meals in the 1990s. Collectors helped make Teenie Babies one of the chain’s most popular Happy Meal promotions in history up to that point, but like the full-sized Beanie Babies, most of the toys are worth nothing today. One exception is the International Bears collection. The McDonald’s-exclusive line of Teenie Beanie Babies included four bears representing four different countries —Britannia from Britain, Maple from Canada, Erin from Ireland, and Glory from the U.S. In January 2019, a Britannia bear in its original packaging sold for $10,000. (If you’ve been sitting on other McDonald’s swag from your childhood, check out our list of the most valuable Happy Meal toys on eBay.)

3. PEACE THE BEAR // VALUE: $5000

Peace the bear Beanie Baby

The Peace bear Beanie Baby is unique for several reasons: It was the first Beanie Baby with an embroidered emblem; it had many tag variations during its run; and its tie-dye pattern meant that no two bears were identical. Peace bears in mint condition can sell for up to $5000 on eBay.

4. SNORT THE RED BULL // VALUE: $6300

In 1997, Ty quietly replaced their red bull named Tabasco with a red bull named Snort to avoid copyright infringement. Today pristine versions of the bull Beanie Baby can sell for as much as $6300 at online auctions.

5. CLAUDE THE CRAB // VALUE: $9000

Claude the Crab Beanie Baby

 
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First released in 1997, most versions of this tie-dye crab aren’t especially valuable, but a Claude with rare manufacturing errors may be worth something. A Claude Beanie Baby with numerous flaws, including a tag with a missing star, was recently auctioned off for $9000.

6. VALENTINO THE BEAR // VALUE: $42,300

Valentino the bear Beanie Baby

 
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Valentino is one of the most valuable of the Beanie Baby bears. If you own a rare version with an error, you may be sitting on tens of thousands of dollars. In January 2019, a Valentino with every error (brown nose instead of black, white star on the tag instead of yellow, PVC pellets, and multiple typos on the tag) sold on eBay for $42,300. Even more common forms of the bear can earn you a nice bundle of cash: A mint-condition Valentino without errors was purchased for $1000 on eBay in December 2018.

7. PEANUT THE ROYAL BLUE ELEPHANT // VALUE: $2500

Peanut the baby-blue elephant is the Beanie Baby that helped catapult the brand to prominence, but it wasn’t the first version of the toy that Ty made. Peanut was originally royal blue; after a few months of poor sales, the company changed the color to a lighter shade, and its popularity skyrocketed. Today the royal-blue Peanut is in a much different position—it’s one of the most sought-after Beanie Babies around. One sold for $2500 in 2018.

8. IGGY THE IGUANA // VALUE: $5000

Iggy the Iguana went through many design iterations during its run, making the toy extra valuable to Beanie Baby obsessives today. Some Iggy’s have a tongue sticking out, while others do not; some are neon rainbow in color, while others are dark blue; some have a tag attached to the foot, and others have one attached to the spine. With so many potential combinations of characteristics, Iggy has become a favorite of collectors, with some selling for as much as $5000.

9. GOBBLES THE TURKEY // VALUE: $6667

Gobbles the Turkey Beanie Baby

 
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Like Iggy, there are multiple versions of this 1997 Gobbles the Turkey Beanie Baby floating around. He came with either a double or single-layer felt waddle, and his tail feathers were attached at various heights on his back. A Gobbles the Turkey in new condition fetched a seller $6667 on eBay in 2018.

10. PATTI THE PLATYPUS // VALUE: $9000

If you started buying Beanie Babies before they were cool, check your collection for Patti the Platypus, an early Beanie Baby that’s worth a fortune now. The fuchsia toy sold for $9000 in January 2019, making it one of the more valuable items on this list. In addition to being one of the nine original Beanie Babies released in 1993, it’s notable for being named after Patricia Roche, then-girlfriend of company founder Ty Warner and the eventual head of Ty Europe.

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