6. 101 Dalmatians
The 101 Dalmatians movies in 1996 didn’t leave a great legacy in the box office but the toy set with McDonald’s sure did. The collectors set is a giant box full of 101 toys of the various Dalmatians. This one definitely has been valuable since the toys were made and the complete set is going in the price range $100 to $200 today. McDonald’s did a great job with the details of the toys and the vast total of toys in the set makes it even rarer to have the entire set of. God bless anyone that had the time, patience and hunger to collect all 101 dogs. You deserve the money for this one.
7. Diener Keshi
I’ll be honest and admit I know absolutely nothing about these toys other than they are meant to be undersea aliens, but they are worth a lot of money. The late 70s toys were given away in Happy Meals and are going for $400 on eBay today. Only one seller can be found with the set online and it makes sense considering these were made thirty-seven years ago. The very rare toy collection doesn’t seem as valuable as others due to the lesser known toy being before most of our times as a child. It would have to be sold to a specific buyer that remembered the set from their childhood but it is definitely going for a high price.
8. Madame Alexander dolls
The Madame Alexander dolls were a huge hit in the girl demographic for McDonald’s and it led to one of the most popular Happy Meal toys. There have been many different collectors’ editions through the years with some being worth more money than others. The 2003 complete set of Madame Alexander dolls is worth $130 on eBay. There’s a large set of various Wizard of Oz dolls going for over $250. One specific Rapunzel doll has the asking price of $300 as one of the more expensive single items from a McDonald’s Happy Meal box. Many parents of little girls that kept their toys through the years should rummage through their collections right now.
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