They stand around 3.75 inches tall and weigh about 4 ounces of cheap plastic. And they can be worth thousands of dollars. They’re Funko Pop figurines, and they are no joke when it comes to collecting, trading and selling.
The most expensive of these little pieces of painted plastic can get you a used car (and we don’t mean a $500 jalopy), or even an entire house. Maybe. More on that later.
To compile this list of Funko grails, we used Pop Price Guide, a popular, although not definitive, pricing guide to all things Funko. Sometimes the Pop Price Guide will list an item for less than what it’s going for on the market, and it does not always take all sales into consideration. However, it’s still a reliable guide to see what Funko Pops are selling for, as an estimated average.
But like all collectibles, their value can increase or drop to the whims of the market. Regardless, if you have any of these Funkos, listed from least to most expensive, you can make quite a sale to the right buyer.