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Very often we’re not even aware that we have some quite rare collectibles that are taking up space in your attic and just gather dust in there. So, wouldn’t it be a nice thing to know about some of them, and put a little extra cash in your pocket?
They were all the rage during the 1990s. Most of them are worth just a few dollars these days, but some have sold for as high as $3 000 recently.
Dust off your old LEGO set because you could be looking at some serious cash. According to the website BrickLink.com, certain pieces can sell for a few hundred dollars. This red Darth Vader helmet has sold for between $325 and $400 in the last six months. A red antenna with side spokes is selling for $209.
A Steiff miniature teddy bear sold on eBay for $350 recently, even though it’s only three inches tall! Another is listed for sale for $600, though it hasn’t sold yet.
With DVDs and Netflix, it’s hard to remember an era of VHS tapes and VCRs. But apparently there’s a pretty hot market for certain movies in this clunky rectangular form.
Collectors are looking for authentic pieces of furniture made in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. This pair of lounge chairs designed by Charles and Ray Eames in the 1970s sold last year for $5 625 and this carved walnut desk designed by Wendell Castle in 1969 sold for $183 750.
People do strange and sometimes even crazy things, to express their love and respect they have and feel for their close ones. And the video project of this guy, who had secretly filmed his mother for years, without telling her why and what, is one of the most interesting and intriguing examples that we have seen in a long time.
The beauty of the contests and competitions, and the shows in which the music industry is searching for talented people, is that completely unknown individuals can really express their talent in front of established and well known musicians. The following example, which is coming from the Netherlands, is something that will make you feel your neck skin crawl, when you will hear the voice of this talented young man…
As the babysitter plays with the toddler, a glass accidentally shatters and a second Nanny Cam shows the cat in another room spring into action. When the cat races into the main room where the child is, the cat inspects the scene and proceeds to protect the child from harm by pouncing on the babysitter :)