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Polly Pocket originals are now worth a LOT of money

Vintage 1990’s Toy Polly Pocket is now worth a lot [Alamy]

If you grew up in the 90s, you’ll know about Polly Pocket, the tiny dolls and accessories were bought by Bluebird Toys in 1989 and allowed you to carry your favourite plastic dolls around in pocket-size cases.

With it then came amazing accessories such as the Cinderella Enchanted Castle, complete with a horse and carriage and Disney Dolls.

Polly Pocket was then bought by Mattel in in 1999, and as the dolls got bigger, so did the brand, with new characters and accessories and even a television series.

But if you do still have the original Polly Pocket sets, you could earn yourself a few extra bucks.

Polly Pocket original toys are selling for a lot on eBay [Alamy]

Some Polly Pocket compacts from Bluebird Toys are selling for almost $100,000, with current bids on for $672.00, $644.99 and $599.00.

And that’s not the only nostalgic toy making people a lot richer, Troll Dolls, also known as Dam Dolls are worth a pretty penny.

Those created in the 1960s are much smaller than the ones you’ll remember playing with and are going for thousands of pounds on eBay.

One Classic Orange Hair Troll Model Toy is brand new condition is currently up for £10,000.

The Cinderella Enchanted Castle from Polly Pocket was always a firm favourite [eBay]

Recently, the same thing happened to the beloved Beanie Babies of the nineties.

The Valentino Beanie Baby from 1993 sold for a whopping $10,000 in 2013 while others are up for £65,000.

Some Beanie Babies that could cost you big bucks include: Chocolate the Moose, Cubbie the Bear, Flash the Dolphin, Legs the Frog, Pincher the Lobster, Splash the Orca Whale, Spot the Dog, Squealer the Pig and of course Patti the Platypus.

Quick, get and have a look in that attic!

Source: www.ok.co.uk/celebrity-feature/1248385/polly-pocket-worth-cinderella-castle-sell-toy-ebay

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