The 20 most expensive toys on eBay

The 20 most expensive toys on eBay

Toys are a staple in children’s lives, but certain playthings are so valuable to collectors you might want to keep them away from kids.
Toys are a staple in children’s lives, but certain playthings are so valuable to collectors you might want to keep them away from kids.

Some who discover hidden collectables often decide to sell them for a bit of extra cash.

Below, Newsweek rounds up the most expensive toys available to buy right now on eBay. Listings accurate on August 15, 2021.

The Ghostboards are handmade by Russ Warner and Brent Johnson in Utah from acrylic glass which the description states makes the items “unique in their design and flex.”

The eBay listing adds: “Even in terms of stability, nothing remains to be desired, so that the HE’E can carry up to 120 kg body weight.

“[If] you want to see the road under you, you should definitely get a Ghostboard.

“However, don’t forget to look forward from time to time, even if the look down makes your pulse beat faster and the adrenaline rises to the ends of the hair.”

Littlest Pet Shop is a popular toy franchise owned by Hasbro and in production from the early 1990s.

This “mega collection” contains a reported 18,000 toy animals and the eBay listing states: “No duplicates, each different, nothing damaged [and] very well cared for.”

This original “Ringside” prototype boxed item was designed by Weatherwise Toys in the 1920s, according to the listing.

It states: “The toys are handmade and are made of metal. This group was purchased at a garage sale in Georgetown, MA in the 1970’s and has not been on the market until now.

“There are several different models of the toy, one of the most complete toys is clockworks driven and many are wind-powered.

“There are many pieces and designs by maker. They are all handmade and in different stages of development and completion.

“Some of the pieces are marked with the toy name and patented. The lot includes many pieces and parts along with the more complete pieces.”

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