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Things in Your Attic That are Worth A Lot of Money

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Attics are where most people store things they don’t want or need. However, some of those things could be worth a lot of money. Check your attic for these and you could be a whole lot wealthier.
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Cabbage Patch Kids

The original Cabbage Patch dolls can fetch upwards of $1,200.
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1960s Barbie Doll

These original Barbie dolls are worth nearly $4,000.
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Pokemon Cards

If you have an Ancient Mew card in your stash, you could be sitting on $1,500.
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Batman Comics

If you have an original Batman comic sitting in your attic, consider yourself about $5,000 richer.
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WWF Hasbro Figures

These old action figures of wrestling greats are worth more than $1,000
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Apple iPhone 2G First Generation

It might seem totally obsolete, but this phone is actually worth around $2,500 if it’s in good shape.
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Antique Jewelry

If you have some of Grandma’s old jewelry in your attic, you could get more than $10,000 for certain pieces.
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Castle Greyskull Limited Edition

If you have this toy languishing in your attic, you have about $2,000 up there.
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Beatles Records

The Yesterday and Today album was recalled, but some people held on to them. If you have one, it’s worth more than $15,000.
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Princess Diana Beanie Baby

If you have one of these in your attic, you’re looking at getting at least $30,000 if you decide to sell.
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First Edition Novels

First edition novels are like gold, with some of them fetching more than $150,000 at auction.
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Honus Wagner Baseball Card

Check your attic stash for one of the only 40 Honus Wagner baseball cards ever made. It’s worth at least $500,000.
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