Beanie Babies Toys
A popular toy when they first debuted in the 1990s, Ty Beanie Babies toys and related toys like Beanie Buddies and Teenie Beanie are popular with kids and adults alike. Some of the limited run Beanie babies from the 90s are collectors' items now and worth much more than when they were new. Even if you are not interested in the value they can bring, Beanie Babies toys are interesting to look at and look nice on a shelf or display case.
What kinds of Beanie Babies toys are there?
The majority of Beanie Babies toys are based on real-life animals, although not necessarily the same fur colours or skin tones. Some animals that are represented by Beanie Babies toys include:
Some of the non-animals represented as Beanie Babies include aliens, clowns, dragons, monsters, princes, princesses, sailors, unicorns and witches.
What are some things to look for when purchasing Beanie Babies toys?
Even if it isn't new, a Beanie Babies toys should look like its new. There should be no stains, faded patches, rips, tears, sew marks or missing pieces like eyes. Some rare or special edition Beanie Babies collectors keep their prize collections in display cases or acrylic boxes that protect them from dust and smoke. The Beanie Babies toy should also have its hang tag and tush tag intact as not having these tags, especially the hang tag, can lower the value by as much as half.
What are some of the hottest Beanie Babies toys?
Any of the first nine Beanie Babies toys are valued the highest amongst collectors. These are:
- Chocolate, the moose
- Cubbie, the bear
- Flash, the dolphin
- Legs, the frog
- Patti, the platypus
- Pinchers, the lobster
- Splash, the Orca whale
- Spot, the dog
- Squealer, the pig
Some rare Beanie Babies to be on the lookout for include Princess, the bear; Peace, the bear; Claude, the crab; Millennium, the bear; Mystic, the unicorn; Brownie, the bear; Digger, the crab; Nana, the Monkey; Valentino, the bear; Peanut, the elephant; and Inky, the octopus.