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Still Have Your Old Happy Meal Toys? You May Be Sitting On A Fortune

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If you were an avid Happy Meal fan as a child, then this will probably make your day.

There are communities on the internet that exist primarily to buy, sell and trade Happy Meal toys collected from McDonald’s stores around the world. Not only do these communities relish in the vintage toys, but they also made a business of out preserved Happy Meal boxes, too.

For instance, an entire 19-figurine set of the Minions from Disney-Pixar’s wildly popular Despicable Me franchise is currently going for $360. Some other collections have even sold for upwards of $500.

Don’t have a vintage Happy Meal toy? No worries. You can still make a fortune if you’ve saved an entire collection. If you’re ready to sell your old today, however, check out the slideshow below to discover what some of the most valuable toys are going for on eBay today.

10. Inspector Gadget Box Set
Asking Price: $350

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9. Ronald McDonald Theatre Takeout Box
Asking Price: $99.99

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8. Fraggle Rock Complete Set
Asking Price: $200

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7. Schaper Stomper Truck Set
Asking Price: $175



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6. Despicable Me 2 Jerry Breakdancing
Asking Price: $118.88

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5. Disney 100 Years of Majic Set
Asking Price: $999.95

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4. The Hunchback of Notre Dame Showcase Set
Asking Price: $192.49

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3. Star Wars: The Clone Wars Happy Meal Box
Asking Price: $49.99

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2. 101 Dalmatians Toy Set
Asking Price: $199

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1. Batman Store Display
Asking Price: $89

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