Thread: Rare Toys you own

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    • 14 years 17 days ago
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    I have bubble bobble for Nes I hear thats hard to find
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    • 14 years 17 days ago
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    Probably the rarest toy I own is the Humanoid from the Mego Black Hole line. He is missing his cape and boots, but is still nice to have. He was only released in Canada and Europe and is rumored to be the toughest 3 3/4" action figure to find that was actually produced!
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    • 14 years 14 days ago
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    my rarest toy is probably my Critter puppet from the movie "Critters". They were made by some company in the early 90's. You dont see them on Ebay too often, but Id love to get another one or 2 of them. They came in 2 sizes. I have the deluxe one. IF anyone ever runs across one, let me know!
    • 14 years 13 days ago
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    Mine would have to be a Q*bert doll from 1982.

    My mother purchased it from some store (who knows) in '82. Then, gave it to me in '83 when I was born.

    It sat in my room for years 'till I moved out.

    Now, it's downstairs in my parent's house just chillin'.

    Let's see if I can get a pic of it........
    • 14 years 13 days ago
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    Hmm, the rarest toy I own. It would have to be this doll that is dressed in a chinese like costume. It just stands on my window ledge, I've had it since I was a toddler.

    Sadly all the toys/dolls I had when I was little, I gave away.
    • 14 years 13 days ago
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    Quote by ryfan79
    Hmm, the rarest toy I own. It would have to be this doll that is dressed in a chinese like costume. It just stands on my window ledge, I've had it since I was a toddler.

    Sadly all the toys/dolls I had when I was little, I gave away.


    When my mom and aunt went to China in the early '80's she brought back these dolls for my sister and me. They were American looking but with traditional Chinese clothing. I wonder if they're the same?? Any pics of it you could show? I'll see if I can get a pic of the ones I have.
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    • 13 years 10 months ago
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    I have many rare and wonderful/hard to find toys in my collection, but I'd have to say that some of the rarest pieces in my collection would have to be (and I got most of these from my grandmother so don't laugh), a 1969 re-issue chatty cathy doll, an original 1970's fuzz head (with painted hair underneath) GI joe, a flip wilson talking doll, a porky pig talking hand puppet, a HE-MAN attack trak vehicle(with the battery cover/working condition), a HE -MAN dragon walker(in working condition/near mint), an original evil kenievil doll (nude/ no stunt cycle or launcher/broken wire in his right arm), a 1950's barbie, an original rainboiw brite doll(with dress), movie maniacs bloody edition freddy krueger, a hazel marionette from the 50's/60's, an original 1977 millenium falcon(incomplete), an original 1989 green machine the frog band(extremely rare, seriously some guy at the place where my grandmother got it was willing to pay over $30.00 for the box alone), etc. wow, that got a little long winded.
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    • 13 years 10 months ago
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    I hate rare toys!!
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    I think the rarest toy I have is a My Little Pony Mimic, but she's not in mint condition.

    My sister owns a Peach Blush doll from the Strawberry Shortcake line, not in mint condition though (and she paid $40 bucks for it, and I have seen that doll on Ebay for over $100!)
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    • 13 years 9 months ago
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    LOL, That's a hard question to answer because I have been collecting vintage toys for almost 19 years, ha ha! I would have to say my most RARE toy ( or maybe my most favorite ) is a stuffed Batman Doll made by Commonweath Toys in 1966. I recently found it at a toy show & was really excited about it! He measures about 17 inches tall & looks super-cool. But, I do have alot of other RARE Bat-Toys so hmmmm...
    • 13 years 9 months ago
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    I've got the Green Ranger's Dragon Dagger for $5 at a flea market. I only saw one on ebay, it was in the box, for $90. Mine dosn't have the box and is missing the battery cover. It works though.
    • 13 years 9 months ago
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    i have a bunch of the original gi joe action figures somewhere. if there rare i dont know
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    • 13 years 9 months ago
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    i have just about every megazord from the power rangers
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    • 13 years 9 months ago
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    the sand speeder from the original starwars, but the sitcker stripes on the side are pretty worn and the plastic is somewhat faded
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    • 13 years 9 months ago
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    Quote by beetlejuice31
    i have just about every megazord from the power rangers


    Are you serious!? Can you give us a list and some pics?
    • 13 years 9 months ago
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    I have a boxed A-Team command centre made by galoob for the 6 inch figures. It is not totally complete though and is missing a few parts such as table and bed.
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    • 13 years 9 months ago
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    My grandma saves every toy from kids meals at Burger King She has ones from Oliver and Company and The Hunchback of Notre Dame and a few more I think.

    Also my dad has some G.I. Joe toys from the 60s, and a Lone Ranger and Tanto(i think that's the indian dude's name)that are in really good condition, only thing is one of the G.I. Joe's hand is on backwards from when someone tried to fix it for him when he was younger. The Lone Ranger one has a little comic book, and my dad never used the stickers from the G.I. Joe ones so they're pretty much intact. The talking G.I. Joe one still talks, the intersting thing is it was supposed to say a lot of phrases but it only says 'G.I. Joe, reporting for duty.' He also has a girl doll(his mom bought him girl dolls lol) and a Ronald McDonald that's head bobs back and forth when you move a little stick on its back, and a Batman and Robin. My mom is making him sell them on eBay I think they're cool. I don't know if he sold them yet or not.
    He used to have a Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz but he gave it to me when I was in Kindergarten, I took it to school one day and it got wrecked. And I don't know what happened to the Superman one he gave my brother.
    And my other grandma has a G.I. Joe that when you turn it on, it crawls on the ground and shoots its gun. My dog chases it
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    • 13 years 9 months ago
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    heres my "rarest" toy:

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    I've got the ROBIN action figure from Batman Returns. Which is odd becuse he wasn't in the movie at all, but he was supposed to be played by marlon Wayans and the figure is white. I got it from a friends mom who works at a toy shop. It's got a lot of good action figures there. I still go there when i vist my folks at home. To update my collection.
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