Our editors hand-picked these Most Valuable Funko Pops based on recent sales on eBay and Facebook.
The previously mentioned Funko Fun Days had a pretty strong Charlie and the Chocolate Factory theme for 2016. On top of their assortment of Freddy Funko figures, attendees were given a special chocolate bar with Funko branding. 4 of the bars had a golden ticket inside, netting the recipient with a tour of the Funko factory, and a very special set of pops.
You got a 2 – pack with golden versions of Willy Wonka and an Oompa Loompa, and there’s only ten of these sets in the entire world.Only 4 were given out at the event, and it’s thought that the other 6 were distributed to Funko employees. As far as we’re aware, there’s never actually been a sale of one of these sets.
Alex DeLarge is number 4 in Pop! Classics. He is from the A Clockwork Orange franchise. It is a GITD Chase variant. Alex DeLarge was released at an unknown time. 6 chases of this Pop!s were made and were given away by the CEO of Funko, Brian, to the biggest Pop! collectors.
Released at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con this Freddy variant is of a bloody Jaime Lannister from “Game of Thrones” and is limited to only 12 pieces. It can fetch more than double its average $9,300 price tag—one listing on eBay sold for $20,000 in 2019 and another for $13,500.
This expensive variant is based off of this scene in Disney’s 1941 “Dumbo,” where Dumbo is forced to perform in a circus and escape a burning building.Released During San Diego Comic Con in 2013 Disney’s Dumbo with Clown Face with limited 48 pieces. The sale on record was back in 2018 and sold for $6,000 on ebay.
Released at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con, this 9″ Freddy Funko Buzz Lightyear Metallic Pop was limited to 24 pieces. This metallic version from Pixar’s “Toy Story” recently sold for $5,700 and $6,500; if trends continue, its average sale price will certainly be bumped up.
2011 at San Diego Comic Con was no doubt the year for General Mills Ad Icons. Only being limited to 12 pieces this Freddy Funko Count Chocula is the most sought after of the cereal Ad Icons beating out Frankenberry and Boo Berry. Highest sale on record for this pop was $6,100.
The Boo Berry Glow in the Dark Funko Pop was an an exclusive chase variant of Boo Berry. It was released exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con in 2011 as a pre-buy special with a limited release of only 24 pieces. The last record of one being sold was in 2018 for a whopping $7,900. Currently there is only one on the market listed for sale with a price tag of $15,000.
Released at San Diego Comic Con in 2012 fresh off the success of first Avengers movie what better way for Funko to capitalize then making Freddy Funko as Tony Stark and only limiting the pop to 96 pieces making one of the rarest Marvel themed pops.
Also released as a exclusive in 2011 to San Diego Comic Con along with the Glow in the Dark version, Funko made a Metallic Freddy Funko as Frankenberry was limited 12 pieces.
Everyone’s favorite motorcycle riding demon from hell has been given the Freddy Funko treatment.This metallic version of the pop is a grimacing Freddy, with Ghost Rider’s signature chains and motorcycle jacket. He was released in 2013 as a San Diego Comic Con exclusive and limited to 12 pieces.
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