8. Mint Condition Cabbage Patch Baby – Sold For: $995
At first known as “Little People” when the brand was initially created in 1978, Coleco started mass producing the dolls under the name Cabbage Patch Kids in 1982. The dolls rapidly got to be one of the greatest crazes of the ’80s, and served as amazing gifts. In 1983, the demands were so high that individuals fought for them. There were various instances of individuals trampling, hitting and utilizing handheld weapons to make sure that they got themselves a Cabbage Patch Kid. Gratefully, sites like Ebay now permit you to shop from the safe premises of your home.
7. Garbage Pail Kids: Adam Bomb – Sold For: $1,000
Initially released by the Topps Company in 1985, the Garbage Pail Kids are another ’80s prevailing fashion that is still going strong even after thirty years. The Garbage Pail Kids were really made as a spoof of the Cabbage Patch Kids. This had Topps sued by Coleco for copyright encroachment. At the pinnacle of their fame, the Garbage Pail Kids franchise had its own film and a 13-episode TV series that never aired in the US because of its supposed “glorification” of viciousness and in the way it portrayed disabled individuals. The franchise’s most famous card, Adam Bomb was utilized on numerous series’ packs and advertising thereby making it the most conspicuous.