All Funatics know that collection can be expensive. I’m sure your collection already contains some valuables. It can be difficult to pinpoint exactly which items are skyrocketing and worth months or years after they’re released.
In most cases, items released for a very limited amount over limited events are likely to increase in value. It’s not psychic to speculate that one of Freddie Funko’s rare 50 characters will be worth it in the next few years, especially if hoarders are likely to get it. But if like us, you’ve been collecting for a while, you may have seen the object soar up in terms of price and be surprised at it.
Maybe you bought this regular Disney Princess Pop! It’s cheap at your local hardware store, and after a few years, you’ll find that people are selling it on eBay for 10 times what you paid for. Or maybe you already have the latest releases on sites like Pop Price Guide / HobbyDB and Ozzie Collectables, and you’re well placed to identify such popular new releases that will actually be released after filing.
No matter where you are as a collector, you’re sure to find something to admire in our 10 rarest and most expensive Funko figures to date.
1. Mickey Mouse (Metallic)
With a rarity of 1/480, a silver variant of this popular mouse was released for San Diego Comic-Con in 2011 as part of Funko’s exclusive Comic-Con lineup. Estimated at $ 1,130, this is definitely a mouse you want to keep safe in your home.
2. Superman (Metallic Chase)
Did you notice the theme? Before the two variants released by Funko both became metal versions (and everyone and their uncles started buying these reprinted molds), especially in variants. This DC Superman Pop! Released in 2010, a popular bobblehead doll has arrived exclusively for Target. Therefore, if you come across any of them on your local target shelves, you can expect $10 in your pocket on average. What is your current rate recently? That’s right, $3,700.
3. Stranger Things – Hopper (Gold)
Stranger Things became all the rage in 2018. The hype spread to Funko’s ComicCon event. As part of the Fundays 2018 event, they released a limited edition of 40 of this shiny gold version of the hopper. It was great to have enthusiastic Funatics and ComicCon attendees, but unfortunately, the price has skyrocketed for those who want to get it right away. These days, you’re lucky enough to find one for less than $ 4,110.
4. Freddy Funko as Chocula (Metallic)
Here is the metal again! Any enthusiastic fanatic will say Freddie is his beloved mascot. Usually exclusive to Comic-Con events or Funko stores, but this isn’t the first time the brand has released a cool new character variation that anyone can participate in, it’s exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con 2011. He is very popular with such limited releases. It sells for about $ 5,000 in today’s market.
5. Boo Berry (Glow in the Dark)
We have got a lot of Ad Icons Funko POP Figurine from in our collection. What about the $ 5,570 one?
6. Dumbo (Clown Paint)
Come on, everyone come on and watch out for this San Diego Comic-Con Pop 2013! Vinyl is limited to 8 copies worldwide. You can even add this Disney treasure to your collection for the incredible sum of $ 6,350.
7. Star Wars – Darth Maul (Holographic)
Before the Star Wars character Funko, this one of 80 unique variations of Darth Maul is an exciting and refreshing new take on San Diego Comic-Con 2012. Initially you could get it for a normal sale price. And now? Get ready to pay somewhere around $ 7,000.
8. Stan Lee (Superhero) (Red Metallic)
When the real hero Stanley died in November 2018, it was a dark day for Marvel fans around the world. Since then, there have been some more Stanley pops! Going out to celebrate the beloved creator cameo in his MCU movie. But if you’re lucky enough to get one of the original releases, there’s no doubt that you’re celebrating today. Only 1 in 12 people in the world owns a great Funko Pop Vinyl character. Released in October 2017, this metallic red variation is currently worth about $ 8,000.
9. Freddy Funko as Count Chocula
If you think the metal variant is expensive, flare chase hasn’t happened yet. Released for the San Diego Comic-Con in 2011, this unusual glowing one-twelfth variation of Freddie Funko disguised as a Count Chocula Vampire cereal mascot is generally considered a rare and expensive Funko Pop Vinyl… and price? A fee of $ 10,000.
10. Freddy Funko as Jaime Lannister
If you’ve been in the world of pop culture around 2012, you can hardly escape the heat of Game of Thrones. TV shows are still considered to be among the most popular and there is certainly a huge range of collections to prove it. Following the trend seen in most extremely rare Funko characters, nothing is as popular as this 2013 pop! Freddie Funko mascot once again appeared as a popular character. This bloody bob-headed doll will be yours for an average price of just $ 11,680.