It all depends on how many of them were made. The less of them that were produced, the more they're worth.
That really makes them worth a lot more. If it's a new piece, the box won't add much value. But if it's an old piece, it really increases the value.
I can pretty much look at most of my toys and tell you what it's worth and what story goes along with it. But I did buy a toy in Missouri a while back and got home and found out I already had it-but I'm 79 years old, too.
This county is just loaded with collectors. But I can't give you any names because the toys are worth so much, others don't want people to know they collect.
The motel has 10 rooms already booked and the bed-and-breakfast has been booked for about two months. It's going to be a big sale.