You’ve got some, we’ve got some, everybody’s got some. We’re talking Funko Pops. Specifically, the most expensive Funko Pops that have collectors going nuts:
Each of this top-5 go for a four-or-five figure amount. Some have even been listed on eBay for six figures… (unsold).
So, whether you’re a big fan of Funko, a hustler after $$$, or someone just curious as to how some people spend their hard-earned cash, these are the top 5 Most Expensive Funko Pops right now:
5. Frankenberry Freddy Funko (Glow In The Dark) – $5,610
Frankenberry Freddy Funko (Glow in the Dark) was initially released in 2011 and was sold at a price of $725.
However, it has increased in its value since and is now being sold at the princely price of $5,610, making it one of the five most expensive Funko Pops right now.
Frankenberry Freddy is a unique Funko Pop that came out as a result of an experiment with the company’s mascot. It is loved by fans and has found a special place amongst collectors.
4. Stan Lee Signed Pops (Metallic) – $6,100
— Los Angeles Comic Con (@comicconla) October 24, 2015
A Stan Lee Signed Pop (Metallic) is considered to be a fair investment in the Funko market right now. One that will likely pay off in the future.
After the sad death of Stan Lee in 2018, anything that had his signature has increased in value and Funko Pops are no exception in this regard.
A set of gold and chrome metallic Stan Lee Pops were listed on eBay for $100,000. They failed to sell, but some Stan Lee signed Funko Pops have been sold on eBay for $6,100.
3. Dumbo (Clown) – $7,430
The Dumbo (Clown) vinyl is the third most valuable Funko Pop right now:
The Pop was released at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con and is based on a scene from Disney’s film ‘Dumbo’ released in 1941.
The figure is taken from one particular scene where the elephant was wearing a clown costume and was forced to perform in a circus.
Some recent sales of the Dumbo (Clown) Funko Pop suggest the price of the figure to be around $7,430 – but that price is expected to grow in time and potentially hit $10,000.
2. Jaime Lannister Freddy Funko (Bloody) – $13,000
Every Game of Thrones Funko fan should check out this Jaime Lannister vinyl:
This Freddy Funko is a bloody edition, showing Jaime’s face splattered with blood and was released in 2013 at the San Diego Comic-Con.
The current value of this Pop is estimated to be around $9,310, but they have been sold for up to $13,000 in recent years.
This could become a $20,000 Funko Pop in the not so distant future.
1. Alex DeLarge Clockwork Orange Funko (GITD) – $13,300
The most valuable Funko pop in the world right now is the Alex DeLarge Clockwork Orange (GITD) edition, and it is worth a whopping $13,300.
GITD stands for glow in the dark, and two collectors have spent $13k and $13,300 snapping up these editions in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
The big question is how much will this collectible be worth in 10 years?
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