The 1990s was an exciting decade. For adults it was a time of war, financial exhilaration, and soapy White House drama. For kids, it was an exciting time filled with everything from Pogs to PlayStation. Many '90s kids remember growing up convinced that their toys and collectibles and trading cards would be worth a lot of money someday. This was mostly bad advice, as most '90s toys and collectibles have turned out to be worthless. You'd have been much better off hustling your local hospital for some kidney stones, hopefully a celebrity's, to resell.
Nonetheless, a few 90's collectibles have appreciated in value. You might be surprised to learn that while little cardboard discs aren't worth much, an old box of cereal can make you cold cash. And like all good fashion comebacks, those questionably hideous Troll dolls of the '90s are worth more vintage than their arguably cuter counterparts of today. Of course, basic economics says the value of anything is determined by what a person is willing to pay. Check out the list below to find out whether some of your old toys or collectibles are worth more than you expected, and vote up the products you're most surprised are worth a lot of money.