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Your Old Polly Pocket Sets Could Be Worth Hundreds Of Dollars

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If you still have a big collection of Polly Pockets you can sell them for hundreds of dollars! Most people seem to sell them in bit groups, but the amount they go for is pretty impressive!

This lot is going for $650

This one is also $650

If you are lucky enough to have the Polly Pocket Musical Dream Wedding set, it is worth $530

While the Fairy Light Wonderland is worth $525

While you might be thinking that they are just listings and aren't sold, you can actually see that many listings manage to sell for these high prices!

There's a good chunk of change waiting to be made off those Polly Pockets!

Are you going to go sell yours now?

Do you have any Polly Pockets hiding in your attic or basement?

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