EBay or flea market? Whatever your preferred choice is, selling pre-owned items is becoming a huge trend. Not only can you get rid of unused items that others can enjoy, but you can also help the environment. Just look around, ask your parents, look in the attic or in your basement. You'd be surprised how many rare and valuable items you have, and make some extra bucks along the way!
Vintage Perfume Bottles
It seems like it's actually what's on the outside that counts...at least as far as vintage perfume bottles are concerned. By the 19th century, perfumery bottles had been turned into art by glass-blowers around the world and they are worth quite a lot of money today.
From here we can almost smell the wads of cash. Antique perfume flasks from the 1900s were sold on eBay for almost $4,000 in August 2019. Century-Old bottles are up to 8,500 dollars! Eric Silver, the antique roadshow evaluator, says, too, that outside eBay, real-life auctions are exclusively focused on perfume bottles and people earn quite a lot of money on their sales.
Antique Cookie Jar
Some antique cookie jars can sell for serious dough these days. We don't mean just a couple of decades by the past — we mean the cookie jars that were made in the 1940s and 1950s. Don't believe it can be a real moneymaker? Reyne Hirsch will provide the information to prove our claims. She is PBS' Antiques Roadshow evaluator.
Hirsch claims that a cookie jar said to be from the 1950s sold back in 2018 for about $1,200, according to Uncle Mistletoe Marshall Fields. However, this is not the only one that is going to reap some very nice dough. According to Hirsch people could hit the jackpot with a cookie jar in the style of any famous cartoon character. In fact, as of August 25th, 2019, a Little Audrey cookie jar was sold on eBay at $3,400. Well, well, well!
David Bowie's "Diamond Dogs" Vinyl
David Bowie's "Diamond Dogs" vinyl was banned because it was a bit too much for people to handle at that time. However, fans are dying to get their hands on the banned Bowie vinyl, no matter what the cost! Who knows, maybe you have one hidden in the attic and you don't even know!
The banned cover features a cartoonish figure of Bowie with lower body parts replaced with body parts of a dog. No wonder why the label pulled it back. This controversial limited-edition cover can sell from 2500 dollars to 7500 dollars, which is quite a score if you're looking to make some extra money on the side.
First introduced in 1915, Pyrex cookware is lauded for its unbreakable strength, able to be both heated and cooled at extreme temperatures without shattering. Also known for its bright colors, the brand is a cult favorite and has even inspired 'Pyrex Swaps' across the country. and a Facebook page devoted to it called "Pyrex Passions".
Pyrex lids alone can fetch up to $50 and above on eBay, with full vintage sets even reaching into the thousands of dollars. For enthusiasts, though, it seems that no amount is too much for a chance to own such a bright and functional piece of cooking history.
Really, who is not keeping things in a trunk that is hidden somewhere in the back of a garage or stashed somewhere in the attic? Now, as it turns out that the biggest thing is not the garbage in the trunk, but rather the trunk itself.
For example, Marsha Dixey says that trunks from the 1870s are worth about $700 because it was made strong enough to stand through rough wagon travel. If you have a luxury French fashion house truck, Eric Silver said you're aiming for a few thousand dollars, like for example a Louis Vuitton.
Boy Scout Badges
Whilst proud parents usually prefer to pay tributes in Boy Scouts in America to the time of their boys, those who are ready to split their memorabilia can get a huge sum.
Some very collectible Boy Scout badges are selling at prices of up to $1,178 in 2018 according to Collectors Weekly. And the more age they have on them, the more you can sell them for, as it happens with most things. A Boy Scout sash was listed on eBay for $4.500 in August 2019 with 18 patches between the 1930s and the 1940s. Even Memorabilia from Air Scout sells for approximately $2,000.
So insane that CDs are ancient fossils in the scene of music now. While this may be sad, luckily for everyone who loves music, these tracks are still worthwhile: lots of cash!
The track of the 1993 signature series by Michael Jackson and the 1998 protection EP by Coldplay are worth approximately $1,500, according to several outlets. Yet even better a cover of the 2006 album by Paris Hilton, "London," replaced Banksy in September 2006 with a revamped sleeve and an optional mash-up with D.J. Dangermouse, as a street artist. The album, reportedly available in the United States for $3,000 back in 2013, is listed at 9,995 GBP (approximately $12,134.19) on eBay by August 2019.
Is there anyone else who does not pay much attention to the coins in their wallet? If you are something like us, coins might be more irritating than anything else and definitely not worth it–not at least as good as their equivalents in the dollar bill. But as it turns out, you can actually pay a penny for the coins you have stashed off in the pockets of your pants or buried on the bottom of your bag.
Get loaded on this: in 2007, a 200-year-old coins stash worth $200,000 was uncovered by Jeff Bidelman, a former dealer at Rare Collectibles in Pennsylvania. You could even have a special Kansas state quarter in your hands if you don't stumble upon ancient monuments. In 2005, "In God, We Rust" replaced "In God We Trust" by a lot of these quarters. Today, the error is rumored to be worth approximately $100 a coin!
The only money-makers in gems are actually not just diamonds. Old costume gems actually valued a genius pile of cash, so get them appraised before you stash away the old jewelry because you don't think you can get any use of them.
An example of this: Elsa Schiaparelli, an Italian Fashion Designer in the 1920s who reportedly sold antique jewelry at auctions for up to $2,000, has recently sold for more than $5,000 to eBay in June 2019.
Great news: those lamps from a deceased ancestor that are not exactly following your home's modern aesthetic may in-fact be a huge moneymaker. Tiffany lamps are, as it appears, more than just colored glass, and are an emblem of beauty, worth a pile of money.
Do not shade the old item in this room as invaluable. It is part of one of the largest online markets in the world, professedly for Antiques, collectability, and fine art, and could be worth from $4,000 to over $1 million. According to the company, those with vibrant colored and floral motifs are the most popular Tiffany lamps in today's market. The light fittings are in fact so good that they are even worth a lot for just their foundations.
Vintage Advertising Signs
Do you recall the time when signs hanging from pubs, restaurants as well as shops were advertising what was available instead of Internet announcements? This antique token is now worth quite a lot of money it turns out.
Don't trust us? A Coca-Cola vintage sign sold by seller rare necessities on eBay for $5,700 on August 1, 2019. And that's not the biggest price out there. Some signs go up to four digits! Excuse us now as we stroll across our garage looking for one of these dollar signs, or hopefully more.
Vintage Cookie Jar
Some people like to keep their kitchen or their secret cupboard full of sweets eclectic and whimsical, so why not get this little jar to host your favorite treats?
Well, a quick look can reveal the issue, and apparently, despite the fact that its design might have a questionable reputation, this antique cookie jar can be found in auctions all around the interment, and there's a good that you'll be seeing it in someone's home sooner rather than later.
In ancient times, collecting stamps was a bit like collecting modern magnets, and it makes sense to have inherited the practice from our ancestors. There are people out there who are lucky to have such an amazing collection, and you should know that there are people who are more than interested in the purchase of these seemingly insignificant objects.
As of August 2019, the sets of vintage eBay stamps sold nearly $90,000 and up to hundreds of thousands! Certainly, for some people, they are simply a piece of paper, but for some of them, they are ancient artifacts that provide a great view of the past.
The fancy dinner sets that gather dust in the back of your kitchen cabinets might actually amount to hundreds or thousands of dollars online. What are we talking about? Nothing but fine china that dates back decades.
Such antiques were made from porcelain and became popular at the end of the 18th century. At that time the English artists drew inspiration from China's hand-painted white and blue ceramics. Although today's market is full of fake items, early 1900s antique sets sold on eBay for up to $5,000. Is there anyone else who plans to clean out their cupboard now?
Is there a better way to find out the time than to be sung a sweet melody with a small bird emerging out of a wooden hole? We think not. Cuckoo clocks are amongst the most nostalgic household items from Germany in the 1730s and they usually make us relive memories of our grandmother. Some of us can find such rarities only on a local garage sale or flea market, while others are lucky enough to have some uncommon versions in their possession.
There is a resale market for these unique time-tellers for all those fortunate holders. As of 25 August 2019, eBay cuckoo clocks sold up to $2,000. Almost everybody is going to go over that price now! What do you think?
VCR days have passed. However, old VHS tapes continue to have great worth at present times. Less popular movies that did not manage to leap to a DVD version can be worth a lot like certain horror movies. Controversial movies that have been banned like Disney’s Song of the South can be worth a huge amount.
Worth: Up to $50,000
It seems that rocking chairs have more meaning than just as a tool to help babies sleep. Such pieces of furnishings were produced in the 1700s and are still standing today in various living rooms and porches. And boy, for those of you who still own one, we have good news.
E-bay records show for example, that even the little rocking chairs of children from anywhere from the 1950s to the 1970s sell for almost $5 000. It sounds like a little lovely money, right? For the people with an antique chair, you know that some really big bucks lie ahead.
Perhaps those old games, which children from all over the world were once asking their families to buy, weren't a waste of money after all. The Game Boy was first published in 1989 and quickly became a toy that every single child just had to have. However, their influence did not stop there.
Since we can no longer go to the store to buy one of those handheld consoles, the resale market has significantly increased the value and now is selling between $750 and up to $2,000 everywhere. On August 18, 2019, an unopened, and thus new game boy sold on eBay for just a bit over $4,000. And all the little kids of the nineties now yell "I told you it was worth it!" To their family. And possibly to their friends.
Your seemingly usual old annuals are less likely to be considered as household items that are a moneymaker. We now know exactly what you have on your mind right now. What can an old yearbook filled with awkward school photos have? Okay, let us explain it to you.
If you, your parents, or your grandparents are "lucky" enough, you could be sitting on a big cash prize, if there is somebody in that yearbook who has been in the spotlight since then. A yearbook with a photo of James Dean seems to sell for more than $10,500 online. Also, if the now-famous person signs the yearbook, you see the price at the end with even higher nulls.
Opportunities include some retro comic books, out of all the collections you may have had as a kid. The comic book heroes are here to stay as we can acknowledge from the blockbuster movies still dominating Hollywood and producing sequels after sequel. However, what about the old comics you stashed off to collect dust? The best way to know if they are worth something is to get them appraised as soon as possible.
The prices depend on the date and number of copies, but for example, The Incredible Hulk's first comic book introduced a stirred $320,000 at the 2014 auction. If the superhero in your comic book has a superhero movie, your odds are even higher.
Another household item worth a lot is the weathervanes – or the metal ornaments sitting on the top of barns and homes to find out in which direction the wind blows.
It doesn't mean that it's any less valuable in terms of money just because they aren't so useful today because now we can use our phones to collect weather metrics in minutes. Today, weathervanes from the 19th century are sold for $5,000-$7,000 at eBay. What is even greater: a Native American weathervane sold at the 2006 Sotheby auction for an astounding $5.84 million.
Vintage Lunch Boxes
In actual fact, their value is now directly related to any decoration on them-from the rock bands and up to cartoon characters. It seems that the vintage tin accessories used for schools do more than just carriers.
The collectors pay today up to ten thousand times more than what the original cost was for the priciest boxes, according to Thad Reece, the lunch box collector. What are the most profitable ones, however? The 1963 Jetsons lunch box was estimated at $1,000 to $1,650 whereas the 1962 Dudley do-right lunchbox was sold at more than $2,200. Allen Woodall, the founder of one of the world's largest lunchbox galleries, says that the Superman luncheon box is without a doubt the most popular lunchbox ever, selling up to $13 000, dated in 1954. Go figure!
Vintage Band T-Shirts
Vintage group t-shirts are worth a large stack of cash as examples of the biggest moments of music history. For example, the Nirvana Tour Tee in Utero that was only reserved for members of the crew supposedly sold for nearly $7,000 according to the adventure-packed Red Bull website. But this is not the price we found most shocking.
Have you ever heard of the album cover "Yesterday and Today" banned by The Beatles in 1966? Thanks to the gorges of musicians wearing butchers with dust pieces, it was immediately recalled. Back in 2011, koshercollectibles appeared to post an original shirt from the 1970s with the cover of the album on it and it's the kicker: the price was $20,000. I guess it's time to walk over to your wardrobe and see what might be lurking in the back.
Original Star Wars Toys
Grab on tight to those prequel toys; as far as it hurts us to say that, indeed, they will probably be worth a fortune one day too. For now, it's all about the toys that were first created to come out with the original Star Wars trilogy. When A New Hope was released in 1977, very few knew it was going to go so well or how large it was going to become, so there weren't even toys to support its publication.
In the following years, as Star Wars strengthened its role in the popular spirit, products were dizzying. Today you can earn $25,000 if you own an original toy from Luke Skywalker. Check out an original Falcon Millennium ship and you could get up to $3,000!
Here is a fair warning to all those Pokémon card traders of the past: take a tissue box before reading on. It is very possible to miss an enormous opportunity for past card retailers who threw away all of their old cards or perhaps even traded their ultra-rare cards with friends.
On eBay, the full standard collection of Pokémon Mill cards are selling for a lot of dollars, while rare, individual cards are sold at prices of thousands. The first edition of Charizard 1999, for example, was sold by vendor dh25253 at $12,499.99 on 5 June 2019. But that is not everything. A PSA 9 Mint card from the 2001 Tropical Wind Trophy was advertised on eBay for $500,000.
Air Jordans are certainly an item that you will remember with a bit of nostalgia. If you had them then you had the coolest shoes on the schoolyard. If you just stashed the old Air Jordans into the shelves, it is time to go and pick those bad boys up. One on-line customer forked over $18,257 for a pair of Jordan 11 shoes with Derek Jeter's styling. That's not everything: other models sell for over $20,000. So clean those sneaks and measure your worth and make sure you thank Michael Jordan for being there, while you are making money.
When people receive Christmas ornaments as presents one of two things can happen: throw it into a storage box, or put it on their Christmas tree and have it on there for many years afterward. Yet many people do not know that there's a third option: online and lucky people, strikingly rich at large sales, can check their value.
The evaluator, Eric Silver, says antique sleds are priced at up to $100 but at the same time blown glass ornaments will cost an astounding 1,700 dollars. Yet those who have Kugel ornaments from Germany between 1840 and the start of the 1940s, are the true jackpot winners, as these ornaments sell for a stunning $18,000! Is there anyone else who now regrets giving Christmas decorations away all those times in the past?
American Girl Dolls
Girls who grew up in the 1980s and 1990s, this one is for you! Go back to when, after the American Girls show, you read and adored the book and explored different historical periods through girls' eyes. Maybe you can remove yourself from it because she is now worth a gold mine- That is if you loved her enough to buy the doll along with all her accessories.
The Samantha doll was sold on eBay for $4,200. The others, however, still get you quite the dollar pile and you could market them for decades, even if they're out without the original packaging.
Very few children know what a boom box was. Not only customized music consumption but also compact tape and CD players have been put on stage for these portable 1980s music players. And the price of boom boxes increased exponentially due to the demand for retro items from today's hipsters.
Let us glance at the prices on eBay: in August 2019, seller a.redchenko70 sold a SharpGF-999 Stereo Boombox for $3,000 while seller astronette-8 sold a 1988 VTG 2 LasonicTRC-975 Ghetto Blaster Boombox at $8,250. Therefore, it may be worth placing it on sale for those of you who still have one of these stashed somewhere.
Polly Pocket Toys
The Polly Pocket euphoria emerged in the 1990s, among other remarkable things. These high-end toys have become an essential element in many playrooms for children and you can auction them online for a good deal of change. Over the years, you can only stick miraculously to all of their small pieces.
Polly Pocket toys have crossed to eBay, where they're viewed as an expensive collector's item, like most things on this list. Since August 2019, bigger packages cost approximately $1,900. However, it's not just the figures of Polly Pocket who deserve the big dollars; All of Polly Pocket's accessories are also quite valuable. One example is a Polly Pocket pencil case which sold for an incredible amount of $810 on eBay on 16 July 2019.
You were once smacking the dust off your hands, knowing the right angle to blow it out, was always able to make it work somehow, but now it has been retired to a corner of your videogame stash. It is time to remove all these obsolete PlayStation and Nintendo cartridges as people are prepared to pay huge money for them.
For example, you might carry hundreds of dollars from an old Mario Kart 64 cartridge. On the market for upwards of $1,000 can be found additional consoles such as games for Super Nintendo and PlayStation 4. Don't just throw them out-sell them!
You'll need to be a bit of a detail freak for this household gem. Considering that cell phone companies are looking to update and improve their services quickly, there are so many obsolete and outdated cellular telephone brands that only a few will pay a nice price.
You would have to hide a very old cellular product from back in time when it was first developed to really attract buyers. In 2014, a DynaTAC 8000X from 1983 was sold at an auction at $550 and most new phones could be purchased for the same amount unused. That is one way to get your hands on a new iPhone.
Is your dad a passionate music lover or is it maybe your grandmother? If that is the case, and if older generations are prepared to divide up their arms of choice, they can all benefit.
The older the guitar the better, of course, the guitars from the sixties are certainly available at the auction at an excellent price, models from the previous decade are where the money is at. In 2014, a case and everything of Gibson ES-175, valued at $5,500, and before then, it was estimated that a 1953 Fender telecasting company was worth up to $10,000.
Happy Meal Toys
What about the little McDonald's Happy Meal toys that have awakened our desire to be miniaturists? Whatever it is, if you have forgotten about getting rid of your childhood of these Happy Meal toys, run and look for them.
Such common household items are sold by large Internet communities. It could look like complete nonsense, but believe it or not, Happy Meal toys are uncommon enough to sell for $500 online. A gadget from 1995 could be $350, while a group of children from Potato Head can be sold for $100.
Flip Clock Radios
You have seen this kind of clock before, no matter whether you saw them in real life or any amount of classic movies from the 1980s. As time changes, the numbers flip. The burning question is, do you still own one? If so, collectors are dying to get their hands on one of these vintage clocks.
The flip clock radio brand Panasonic was reported to be selling on eBay at an auction for approximately $300. When you see how impossible it is to be using this clock to show you the time today, why don’t you sell it and make a nice penny?
Furbies may be seen as a toy that should be left in the past, however, collectors are keen on purchasing these toys now more than ever before. In the late 1990s, Furbies were all the rage and it would not be possible to escape their distracting noises, no matter if you were a kid or was a parent at that particular time.
Here is the deal: the first Furbies set had an extremely rare and white Furby. In fact, it can be so difficult to find that the collectors are selling a white Furby for up to $800. So get rid of the digital gremlins that you have not been using for a long time, and make a couple of bucks!
Apple iPod 1st Generation
Although the original Apple items are relatively new, they are still quite popular. And even though they're not considered to be antiquities yet, they might be worth some money if, say, Steve Jobs built them. So take a glance at what they are selling for today before you decide to throw out any old Apple electronics.
On the 19th of July 2019, videoaudiostudios sold an Apple iPod for almost $2,200 for eBay customers. This is only the dust on the cover, though. As of August 2019, other new or successful first-generation versions for up to $15,999 are listed, indicating that their price increases over time. Think again before throwing obsolete electronics out.
Vintage Soda Crates
Have you ever found old soda crates in your garage or basement? If you were lucky enough to find these, we hope you didn't throw them away! Wooden soda crates are actually more valuable than you know, especially if they come from a reputable brand or company.
If you find wooden soda crates with a popular brand's name on them, you might be looking at a profit of a couple of hundreds of dollars on eBay. For example, Coca Cola crates are quite popular and tend to sell for higher amounts of money. We saw a yellow wooden crate from 1948 sell for $199 on eBay. Crazy, isn't it?!
Retro Lunch Boxes
With so many fast food options available these days, not even kids like carrying lunch boxes with them. However, even though they are still in use, lunchboxes were quite a big deal back in the day, which gives them a higher resale value nowadays. Plain old lunchboxes aren't worth a penny but if you have a lunch box with cartoon characters or celebrities on them, you might be looking at a valuable item.
Lunchboxes with popular faces and images can be worth quite a lot of money. We cannot forget the vintage Bonanza lunchbox by Aladdin Industries IN. that sold for $130. What's even crazier is the Beatles lunchbox that was worth $400 even in poor condition. People who idolize celebrities and bands will pay a lot of money for these items so don't hesitate to put them up for sale if you find any!
Cameras seem to be dying out these days. No one wants to spend a couple of thousands of dollars on a camera when they can take spotless photos with their smartphone. Well, that might make sense to some people but those who are interested in photography love spending a lot of money on gadgets, accessories, and even vintage cameras.
Old polaroids are a big trend these days. They don't only print out your photo immediately but they also make it look like you snapped an Instagram filter on it. The older your vintage Polaroid is, the more money you can make. Some even sell for a lot of money even if they're not functional. We know that one Polaroid 120 manufactured in 1960 sold for $430. If you find any vintage cameras, keep in mind that these collectibles are worth quite a lot of cash!
Whether you believe it or not, beer cans can be worth up to a thousand dollars or even more, depending on their condition and origin. Next time you have a few drinks with your friends, don’t forget to pay attention to the kind of beer cans you’re drinking from. Some of them might be worth fortune years from now.
A great example of how much beer cans can actually be worth is Jeff Lebo’s vacation house in York Haven, Penn. Lebo collected beer cans for years and stored them in his vacation home, which he is going to convert into an eco-resort. Today, his home has over 87 000 cans of retro beer cans that are worth roughly 1.6 million dollars. Any beer manufactured in America between 1935 and 1941 can be worth a ton of money so watch out!
Vintage Christmas Ornaments
Christmas is truly a wonderful time, not only because of the family getting together but also because of beautiful ornaments and decorations that come alive in December. You might be one of those people who receive Christmas ornaments as gifts or buys them in bulk only to store them in a box or throw them out later. We suggest you take a better look at those ornaments because they might be worth some money.
If you have plenty of ornaments stuffed in a box somewhere, go through them and check if you have any unique or in any way special pieces. You can check the value of your ornaments online and even sell the ones that are considered collectibles. Who knows, you might come across something worth hundreds of dollars. For example, an 1880s blown glass ornament shaped like a cluster of grapes is worth a staggering 1000 dollars.
Mason jars are widely used across thousands of households and restaurants as a stylish replacement for cups. While Mason jars are extremely common and very cheap nowadays, things were different back in the day. Back in the late 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, mason jars were used to store fruits and other perishables because, well, refrigerators weren’t invented yet.
If you come across any old jars, don’t throw them away because they might just be worth some money. Some of the most valuable mason jars are those made by popular brands between the 1840s and the 1920s, including Cork-Top Jar, the Upside Down, and Lightning Jar by Ball, E-Z Seal by Atlas, as well as the Self-Sealing Jar by Kerr, and Beaver Jar made in Canada. Maybe you have some of these in your cupboard.
Okay, we can understand how Mason jars can be worth some money, but cereal boxes? This was certainly a surprise. However, there are indeed cereal boxes that can be worth up to 1000 dollars if in good condition. By good condition, we mean preferably unopened boxes – who would want an opened one?
What’s interesting is that it’s not only the older boxes that sell well. Even the Kellog’s Sugar Pops box from 2009 can sell for 1604. However, if you’re lucky enough to have an old box of Nabisco Shredded Wheat from 1966 in your pantry, you can sell it for an impressive $1002. What are you waiting for? Go check your food supplies!
We're used to seeing branded handbags sell for over 2000$ when new but did you know that they can be worth a ton of money even if they're years old? Collecting vintage handbags is a very common hobby. You'd be surprised to see how many people actually want to spend so much money on an old bag.
You probably have a bunch of old bags stuffed in the back of your closet and you have no idea what to do with them. Luckily, you can sell them online at a very good price, especially if they're in good condition and come from a known brand, of course. For example, a vintage Chanel bag in good condition can be worth around 3000$. The ones in poor condition aren't worthless either, as you can get up to 400$ for them!
If you've ever seen boxes of postcards on sale at auctions or garage sales, this is why. Some of these old postcards, especially the Christmas ones, are very valuable these days. Perhaps you have some unique postcards in your drawer that could be worth something. The older the postcard, the more value it has.
A single vintage postcard can be worth anywhere from 10 to 50 dollars, while some special postcards signed by influential figures can sell for thousands. For example, Christmas cards personally signed by Prince Charles and Princess Diana were sold for 4400$ at an auction. If you have a signed postcard, you're certainly very lucky!
While the typewriters are not around that much today, people are probably sitting on gold that has passed them from their ancestors. They are amongst the most recognized relics of the not so ancient past, which some buyers consider as worth a lot of money.
A special Hooven Automatic Typewriter, Branford House Antiques announced that in 2018 it sold for an amazing $7,500. Nevertheless, this is not anywhere near the value of some other versions from afar. The Malling-Hansen Writing Ball claims to be worth about US$100,000, considered to be the Rolls Royce of the typewriters. Yeah. Amazing!
If a shirt can be worth as much as 1000 dollars, shoes can go for far more money, especially if they're Yeezys. Sneakerheads will know that Kanye West partnered with Nike between 2009 and 2014 when they produced the legendary Nike Air Yeezy shoes. Then they moved to Adidas and stopped producing the Nike ones, which gives them a great resale value.
There is no doubt that any kind of Yeezy shoe is going to be tremendously valuable in the future. Some of them already have great resale values, especially the retro Nike Yeezys. These originally cost 245$ but their resale value today is 7500 dollars! What a score!
Vintage Levi's Jeans
Levi's clothing items are considered to be a valued collectible. Many people love Levi's so much that they want to own as many of the vintage pairs as possible. Any type of Levi's jeans manufactured before the 1980s are considered vintage. Of course, the older the pair is, the more money you can get.
The Denim collectors are especially excited to see the vintage Levi's 501s for sale, as these are the popular Levi's jeans ever released. In fact, one pair of 1950 Anniversary Levi's Jeans sold on eBay for 8000 dollars. If you have the rare pair of Levi's jeans that feature a big letter E, you can get about 899$ for them. Rush to the closet and check if you have any vintage pants waiting to be sold for big money!
Just like old cameras, old microphones have some value as well. In fact, the vintage ones can be sold for up to ten thousand dollars! While these mics are not good enough to be used again, they are considered to be valuable items to collect because they are a part of the music industry's history.
We know that old microphones are perhaps not the most common item to find in an ordinary household but, who knows, you might have one or two up in the attic. Some of the most valuable vintage microphones are the Neumann U-47 microphones from the 1940s. These gems can be worth tens of thousands of dollars. Even though you probably won't find these mics lying around your home, you might get 50 to 100 dollars for any old mics you can find!