Beanie Babies are Hot – Not!

Sep 8, 2004 | Collectibles | 0 comments

Once-hot Beanies a marked-down fad

BostonHerald.com – the Edge
By Lauren Beckham Falcone
Monday, September 6, 2004

“Thought you’d make a fortune? Oh, ‘Baby’!: Once-hot Beanies a marked-down fad.
Like Planet Hollywood and low-fat diets, Beanie Babies – those lovable, stuffed toys so popular back in the ’90s – never really lived up to their promises.
…”I can’t even give them away,” said Mark Rimbach, owner of about 40 Beanie Babies.
…”Warner was smart,” she said. “But even in a hundred years, the market will still be oversaturated. A collectible is worth something if it is rare.”

Read the Full Story >>

Sponsored by:

More Collectible News

Rare Virgil Abloh Sneaker Auction

Sotheby’s Modern Collectibles is currently auctioning off rare pairs of sneakers designed by the legendary Virgil Alboh with some of the items already exceeding the pre-sale estimates. Alboh passed away on November 28, 2021 at the age of 41, after a two-year battle...

Rare Posters Auction Results March 2022

Another world record sale from PAI totals over $2.8M; Rare Posters Auction LXXXVI on March 20 realized new chart-topping prices. New York, NY – March 30, 2022 — Poster Auctions International’s (PAI) first sale of the year, on March 20, finished at $2,880,000. Rare...

Most Valuable Autographs and Signatures Ever Sold

This started as a top ten list, but we came across some additional entries that deserved to be on the list. 12) John F. Kennedy's Newspaper signed on the morning of his assassination: $39,000 The copy of the November 22nd 1963 edition of the Dallas Morning News was...

ANDY WARHOL’S LEGENDARY SHOT SAGE BLUE MARILYN up for auction in May 2022

Christie's is offering what is potentially poised to become the most expensive 20th century artwork ever sold at auction. With a pre-sale estimate of $200 million USD (with the possibility of a sale of $250 million), Shot Sage Blue Marilyn is described as among the...

0 Comments

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.