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How Much A Full Set Of Toy Story Toys Actually Sold For On Pawn Stars

The idea of having a complete set of anything might lead a seller to believe the collection is worth a lot of money. This is especially true when the collection is quite large and related to a popular topic or franchise. Unfortunately, not every complete collection is a gold mine — especially not on "Pawn Stars." In Season 18, Episode 15, "To Infinity and Be-pawned!," a man named Daniel brings in a complete "Toy Story" set with an exact price he wants to sell it for: $1,175.

Corey has to follow the rules, so he calls in his toy expert to take a look at the set and give him an official appraisal. Even before the expert arrives, the seller is nervous, because not everything is in its original packaging, which could lower the value. Still, it's a very collectible set of items that would be very easy to sell for the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop crew — or so he hopes.

Here's how much a full set of "Toy Story" toys actually sold for on "Pawn Stars."

More items doesn't always mean more money

When Daniel comes into the shop with dozens of toys from "Toy Story," Corey asks if he robbed a toy store. Thankfully, he didn't. Instead, he brought in his complete Toy Story collection. From the start, this seller knows exactly how much he wants, but is nervous that all the toys aren't in the box. Corey calls in toy guy Steve Johnston, who is just right across the street, to learn more about what these toys are worth.

The first thing Steve points out is how important this movie was for the film industry. Not only was this the first Pixar film, but it was the first feature-length film that was completely CG animated. The movie was so big, that Tom Hanks (who has a new movie on Netflix that people are loving) took $500,000 for the first "Toy Story," and asked for $5 million to do the sequel. As a result, the toy production team didn't use Tom Hanks as the voice of the Woody toy, but instead his brother, who is apparently the cut-rate Hanks.

Here's the rub, though: A lot of Daniel's toys are out of the box. If they were all in the original boxes, the collection could go for anywhere between $1,500 and $2,000. Instead, Steve estimates this mismatched collection would sell for around $400. Both Corey and Daniel are disappointed by this. Corey offers $300, because he has to make a profit. The two agree on $325, and now Daniel has a lot more space in his collection room for newer models.