The 20 most expensive action figures and collectible dolls... \u201cIt\u2019s not a doll, it\u2019s an action figure!\u201d If you don\u2019t know that line, yelled by Woody in\u00a0Toy Story,\u00a0something is not right. No offense to Woody, but being a doll or an action figure doesn\u2019t really make a difference when it comes to the value of these collectibles. When a toy company produces an action figure for a limited time, or there\u2019s a collectible doll decked out in diamonds, we\u2019ve learned that they\u2019ll likely be worth something of great value. Look through this list of the most expensive action figures and dolls ever sold. Who knows? You might even own one of these precious gems. If not, maybe it\u2019ll inspire you to hold onto your old toys when next year\u2019s garage sale comes around. 1. L'Oiseleur Doll YouTube\/Gamerlists $6.25 million L\u2019Oiseleur (or the Bird Trainer) is the world\u2019s most expensive doll. The renaissance figure plays the flute, has a pair of singing birds, and keeps a sword at her side. She\u2019s gear-operated and made out of 2,340 parts. It\u2019s no wonder she\u2019s so costly! 2. Madame Alexander Eloise YouTube\/maribel antonio $5 million These dolls\u00a0are one of a kind; or you could say five of a kind, as there were only five produced. They were made for a charity auction in 2000 and are dressed in Harry Winston diamonds, Oscar de la Renta furs, Christian Dior clothing, and Swarovski crystals. 3. Diamond Barbies - Most Expensive Collectible Dolls Diamond Barbie Collectable Doll $302,000 The diamond doll was created by Stefano Canturi, an Australian jewelry designer. Barbie wears a black strapless dress and a 1-carat pink diamond on her neck. 4. Steiff Limited Edition "Diamond Eyes Bear" YouTube\/Biker Dash $193,000 A German toy company made this to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the teddy bear. This limited-edition bear has a mouth of gold and sapphire eyes. 5. 1959 Barbie Doll Set YouTube\/Guinness World Records $161,000 This vast collection of barbies is comprised of the notorious doll throughout the last 55 years. The price just goes to show\u00a0how treasured Barbie really is. 6. G.I Joe Prototypes A.K.A Expensive Action Figures YouTube\/\u00a0G.I Joe Action Figure$200,000 The prototype of this\u00a0famous action figure\u00a0had 21 movable parts. The outfit worn was hand sewn and comes with a helmet and cantina. Stephen Geppi won the prototype in a 2003 auction, which was a nice addition to his comic store. 7. Transformers Generation 1 Collection YouTube\/Jay Black $40,000 American toy company Hasbro and Japanese toy company Takara Tomy joined forces to create the 1984 series of Transformers toys. The action figures are finely detailed in their appearance and detachable accessories. 8. Michael Lau's Gardener Uncle YouTube\/ Michael Lau Exhibition in Seoul $35,000 This action figure was created by artist Michael Lau and is based on a comic strip from\u00a0East Touch\u00a0magazine. Lau is known for creating vinyl-designed action figures, and there are only a few replicas of \u201cUncle.\u201d 9. Star Wars Loose Action Figures Star Wars Loose Expensive Action Figures $32,000 Standing as one of the most famous franchises ever,\u00a0Star Wars\u2019\u00a0original creations are widely pursued. In the pricey collection, you\u2019ll find beloved characters, playsets, and ships. 10. Original Superman Action Figure YouTube\/Analog Toys $25,000 As one of comic books\u2019 most famed heroes, it only makes sense that an original Superman action figure would have such a high selling price. These valuable and pricey originals were first made in the 1940s. 11. G.I Joe Manimals Vortex Figure YouTube\/Top Tenz $20,000 These action figures weren\u2019t the most popular of the G.I creations and were discontinued in 1995. However, their limited production still gives them high value. 12. Vinyl Cape Jawa YouTube\/Edward Hodson $18,000 These humanoids were featured in\u00a0Star Wars: Episode IV \u2013 A New Hope. The figures\u2019 capes had a change in material quickly after they were first produced, making the originals very rare and valuable. 13. Mego Elastic Batman YouTube\/Hurricanrana Funk $15,000 The Mego Corporation created a series of stretch toys in 1979. Another toy company, Kenner, had previously made an elastic Armstrong figure. A lawsuit ensued due to the similarity between the products, causing Mego to stop making the elastic Batman figures. There are quite possibly only two in existence! 14. Muppets Collector's Set YoutTube\/pinoytoygeek $9,999 The Muppets have remained relevant since they debuted in 1955. And since the 2011\u00a0Muppets movie was released, it\u2019s only upped the value of the collectibles. 15. Original Barbie YouTube\/Vintage Vinnie $8,000 She may not have come with a Malibu Dreamhouse at the time of her release, but the original Barbie comes at a much higher price. The 1959 Barbie is now valued at $8,000, unlike her contemporary $20 counterparts. This is one of the most collectible dolls See The Rest On The Next Page 16. 1978 Telescopic Lightsaber Darth Vader YouTube\/Dallas Vintage Toys $6,000 Obviously, an extending lightsaber is just not good for a toy. The figure was initially not liked, so it was discontinued. That, of course, makes it worth that much more for the few people who own one of these collectibles! 17. Rocket-Firing Boba Fett Star Wars Figure YouTube\/Watchmojo.com $5,000 These figures weren\u2019t such a great hit with parents, as the rocket-firing backpack was believed to be threatening to children. The original prototype was shown at the New York Toy Fair in 1979 and was auctioned for $150,000. 18. Peanut the Royal Blue Elephant Beanie Baby YouTube\/Watchmojo.com - Collectible Dolls $3,000 Ty Warner usually makes a limited amount of their beanie babies, and Peanut is no exception. The elephants were originally designed to be a lighter blue, but a production mishap caused some to be made in the darker shade. 19. TMNT Scratch the Cat YouTube\/Dallas Vintage Toys $1,000 The cat appeared in a 1993 video game, Radical Rescue, and its action figure was limitedly made and released, making it a valuable addition to the TMNT Collectibles. 20. Ghostface Doll YouTube\/Wibotta Zu $499.99 The fact that it\u2019s adorned with 14-carat gold automatically makes these really expensive action figures. Plus, the collector\u2019s item was created by the famous rap group Wu-Tang Clan. Credits: definition.org Share this story on Facebook with your friends.