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I am kicking my arse right now, but when I was a kid, I used to have a pile of these things. Looking back, we were always told that one day they would be worth money, but I never envisioned they would be worth this much.

First of all, who doesn’t love beanie babies? They are cute, collectible, and had the most adorable names. For those of you who still have some, you may be in luck, because they are worth a pretty penny nowadays. While Ty declared they would no longer make them in 1999, because of the demand for them, they started making them again in 2000. Since then, they have added numerous additions to the list of Beanie Babies.

Below, I have listed the 10 most valuable Beanie Babies of all time. With gas being so high, it might be a good time to cash in.

1. The Princess Bear

The Princess Bear was a commemorative bear made for Princess Diana. They are purple with a purple ribbon and white rose embroidered on their chest. What makes these so unique is that there were only a dozen of the original bears, so if you come across them, they are worth upwards of $500,000! But they have to be one of the first dozen released.

2. Bubbles the Fish

I used to have one of these! And to be honest, I never imagined it to be worth a lot. They were created in 1995 and retired in 1997. I’m pretty sure I found mine at a yard sale! To think I could have made $129,000.

3. Piccadilly Attic

Piccadilly Attic is one of the rarest and most valuable beanies you can get. It’s pretty cute to be a clown, and if you can find one, they are worth around $129,000!

4. Batty

Yep, here we go again! I had this one as well, and my dog chewed it up. So sad. My dogs chewed up $125,000!

5. Large Wallace and His Squad

I have honestly never seen this one. Wallace and his Squad are a set of three bears. Wallace is green, and the others are Cashew and Huggy. They even sell a limited edition set for $600,000 that includes a large-sized Wallace and two regular-sized Wallaces, along with his buds.

6. Peace Bear

Peace was a favorite that I never got to own. The bear itself is tie-dye, and he has a little peace sign on his chest. He goes for around $159,000.

7. Jolly

Jolly the Walrus was a cute little Walrus beanie that was only available for a year. Because of his short production time, he is exceptionally rare and valued at $75,000.

8. Lefty Donkey/Righty Elephant

Despite beanie babies not usually being very political, they did release this set in 1996. They were released during Bill Clinton’s run against Bob Dole and then retired, only to be released again later. Those sold during 1996 are valued at $50k.

9. Valentino

Valentino is a white bear with a red heart over his chest. He is the valentines bear and is one of the more valuable ones. You can own him for around $42k.

10. Millennium Bear

Millennium is a pretty Fuschia-colored bear that has a gold ribbon adorning his neck. He was made to mark the new Millenium, hence his name, and is worth $30,000.