Thread: Rare Toys you own

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    • 14 years 7 months ago
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    For example. "Blank Face" from Dick Tracy
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    The rarest I own are probably the boxed Blackstar Trobbit Wind Machine or boxed Blackstar Battle Wagon.
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    Slimer from the Ghostbusters TV cartoon show I also have an ET figurine that was probably from the time the movie came out, my sister found it in the street in the snow and she let me keep it, I think it's from McDonald's
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    fort legoredo, fort lego redo town, indian village,enchanted isle,

    all legos

    'cause I'm a lego maniac and my names not zack
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    A Kool Aid Barbie.
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    A Posey Living Dead Doll, a few Muppet figures that were only released in toy conventions.
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    A MIP boxed Knight Rider Car with Michael Knight. Also a loose Jaga From Thundercats. As for a Video game I have FF VII with black siding and not the green greatest hits verson. That goes for a good 200 bucks on ebay
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    Quote by pikachulover
    A Kool Aid Barbie.


    Hey! I'd love to see what it looks like? I'm not really into barbies, but I'm sure into Koolaid

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    For example. "Blank Face" from Dick Tracy


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    a miss piggy happy meal toy from a set, that is not listed in the happy meal toy price guide, that i got in branson. missouri when i was 14. they were like muppet babies only they were supposed to be in preschool. miss piggy wearing pink overalls and has a pink bow like baby miss piggy.

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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    wow, I really don't have any rare toys, but I do have a few rare video games. Marvel Vs. Capcom for Dreamcast, DDR Mario Mix with pad.(first release) and I have a ton of video tapes that aren't very easy to get anymore, such as the tapes that Nick released in the 80s, with Doug and Rugrats on them. And my Witcheroo and Monster Bash Disney Halloween specials.
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    I've got a bunch of toys from Eureka's Castle, a TON of fast food toys, toys from the '90s version of Land of the Lost, a set of Smurf figures that I'm not sure where I got, most of the castle and pirate Legos from the early '90s, two collectible figures from Dominoes (the pizza logo and the Noid), and a big figure of Sprout from the Green Giant food. I've also got a lot of the early Disney princess dolls I got when I was a kid.
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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    I have so many different toys in my house it is tough to say what is the oldest and rarest..

    I know I have some rare Godzilla vinyl pieces that are worth some $$
    Plenty of G1 Transformers that are worth $$$..
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    • 14 years 2 months ago
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    Quote by SkinnyDre
    Quote by pikachulover
    A Kool Aid Barbie.


    Hey! I'd love to see what it looks like? I'm not really into barbies, but I'm sure into Koolaid

    Quote by bat0h0lic
    For example. "Blank Face" from Dick Tracy


    Let me guess, are you Canadian?

    Andre


    LOL

    No, I'm not Canadian

    Probbley the rarest toy I have is the Darkstalkers figures "Demitri and, Lilith."
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    I have an unopened Sewer Playset from the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys...went on ebay recently for like $138....bought mine for 40 dollars. ha!
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    I have a rare circa 1949 toy telephone. That's what the dealer told me when I bought it at a toy collector's show a few years ago. I also have a German made 1950's metal toy car that I think is rare. I'll see if I can post some pictures of them sometime.
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    I'm not sure how rare it is, but I found some old Voltron action figures in my garage. I've never even watched Voltron for more than ten minutes, so I have no idea where these toys came from. The toys can all be attached to form the giant robot. The red and green cats' heads can also pop off.

    I also have a lot of old McDonald's toys, ranging from the Barbies (before they had "normal" hair) to the ones that could be made into the giant train (like the Tiny Toons car, the television with the Sega Genesis, etc.)

    Somewhere in the disaster area that is my room, I also have a couple of rare games tucked away. I don't know, though...are Brutal: Paws of Fury (Genesis) and Samba de Amigo (DreamCast) considered rare? I know they weren't too popular here, but I don't know if that necessarily makes them rare. I mean there's certainly no shortage of the Atari "E.T." game if you go look in New Mexico, but that doesn't mean the game was popular.....
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    i have a mint condition mr machine from the 70s and one that was from the 50s that you can take apart....also have it when they remade it in 2005 as a collectors item...can you tell that it was my favroite toy growing up...lol
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    i have a few early star wars figures from 77' and 78', like chewy, darth vader, luke skywalker, and 2 more but i dont know what there called, one of them has a long neck and bug eyes, the other is a silver droid
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    Quote by Gnomie
    i have a few early star wars figures from 77' and 78', like chewy, darth vader, luke skywalker, and 2 more but i dont know what there called, one of them has a long neck and bug eyes, the other is a silver droid


    Your thinking of Hammerhead and the Death Star Droid.
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    I have a D-Day Salute G.I. Jow, an Army Football QB Joe, and a World War II something G.I. Joe. My father has a JFk joe also. I also have A TON of fast food crap from the early ninties up through this year.
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