Top 10 Most Expensive Beanie Babies in the World
Despite the continuation of the line, the most expensive Beanie Babies are the same ones that were rare and valuable during the original Beanie Baby craze. Beanie Babies may have dropped out of the spotlight since their heyday in the late 90s, but that doesn’t mean they’ve disappeared entirely. While he nearly discontinued the line in 1999, Ty Warner was persuaded by popular demand to continue producing Beanie Babies. The formula that made Beanie Babies so popular was that each doll was part of a limited edition, some of which were so rare that their values skyrocketed from the original retail price. here is the list about 10 most expensive beanie babies in the world.
10. Spot The Dog (without a spot) – $ 1,900
Spot was born on Halloween in 1995 and shares the same birthday as Spooky the Ghost. Spot for unknown reasons was first created without a spot. This beanie is considered one of the most valuable and rare beanies (without his Spot). He retired on October 1, 1997.
9. Peking The Panda – $ 2,000
Plush stuffed animal collectible toy. Mint with mint tags (with heart & tush tags). Approximate size: 14 inches.
8. Quacker The Duck Without Wings – $2,000
Mint with mint tags (with heart & tush tags). Approximate size: 9.5 inches. One of the Bird style TY Buddies.
7. Humphrey The Camel – $2,000
It’s only 25.000 were made and created in 1994.
6. Derby The Fine Mane Horse – $2,200
Derby the Horse was first introduced to us in mid 1995 with a third generation TY® tag also with a mane and tail of fine yarn. Derby then developed the coarse version and just before his retirement got the fuzzy mane and tail.
5. Teddy, Old Face (Brown) – $2,800
This face has a very European style teddy bear look to it and is not at all like the new face teddy bear look.
4. Brownie The Brown Bear – $3,600
Brownie was made with only the first generation swing tag saying the name Brownie.
3. Punchers The Lobster – $3,800
Pinchers was one of the original nine Beanies. Punchers has been seen only with the first generation Ty tag.
2. Nana The Monkey – $4,000
Nana with a tan tail. Nana is very rare and very expensive.
1. Peanut The Royal Blue Elephant – $4,500
Peanut the Elephant was first presented in June 1995 as a royal blue color. This Most Expensive Beanie Babies adorable little pachyderm was only in production for about a month and then immediately replaced with the lighter blue version.