The Most Valuable Collectors’ Items in the World

1. Original 1959 Barbie: Before Barbie dolls were invented, dolls were always babies or stuffed toys. Barbie revolutionized the doll market.

2. 1927 World Series Ticket Stub: In 1927, The Yankees League with legends Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig won a record-breaking 110 games.

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3. New York Yankee Bobblehead 1961-62: New York Yankee Bobbleheads, and in fact bobbleheads in general are quite a valuable commodity.

4. Action Comics No.1 Comic Book: The Action Comic number 1 is the very first superhero comic book. It originally featured several superheroes.

5. 1856 1-Cent Magenta Stamp from British Guiana Stamp: Discovered in a basement in 1873.

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6. 2018-19 Luka Doncic Basketball Card: Autographed basketball cards are worth a fortune, in the past, we’ve seen Antetokounmpo.

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7. “Birds of America” by James Audubon: The Bird Of America is a collection of James Audubon prints of his hand-painted, watercolor birds.

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8. The Beatles’ White Album: The White Album was released in November 1968 and was the ninth studio album from the iconic band. 

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9. First Edition G.I. Joe Action Figure: In 1964 the first G.I Joe action figure was created. It was a giant toy and saw a lot of success.

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10. McGwire’s 70th Home Run Baseball: Mark McGwire is known as “one of the most fearsome power hitters in baseball in the 1990s”.

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11. Nokia 3310 Leaders Ti Royal Diamond: We already know that the classic Nokia 3310s can be worth a pretty penny.

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12. Metropolis Poster: Metropolis was released in 1927 and was the most expensive silent film of its time.

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13. Princess Diana Beanie Baby: The purple Princess Diana beanie baby was created shortly after her death to raise money for the Princess.

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