Most Expensive G.I. Joe Collectibles

Here are the Most Expensive G.I. Joe Collectibles

Owning one of these Most Expensive G.I. Joe Collectibles can earn respect from the fans of the military fantasy-combat line from Hasbro.

These collectibles are very valuable and might surprise you knowing their price tags. Over the years, the price of these collectibles increased. Here are 10 of the most expensive items from G.I. Joe, based on the article in Mental Floss.

most expensive g.i joe collectibles

G.I. Joe USS Flagg (1984)
Price: $5000
It is the largest action figure playset at 7 feet, 6 inches long, and 3 feet wide.

G.I. Joe Headquarters Command Center (1983)
Price: $3500
It is an oversized Command Center playset, including turrets, reinforced (plastic) walls, and a helipad.

G.I. Joe Snake Eyes (1982)
Price: $3050
The assassin Snake Eyes has long been one of the most popular Joes in the revamped 1980s line-up.

G.I. Joe Snow Cat (1985)
Price: $2499
It has a dual purpose: It could transport and store your tiny plastic army, with up to 10 figures able to fit inside.

G.I. Joe Skimobile Polar Battle Bear (1983)
Price: $2100
It is also called the snow-friendly Joe vehicle.

G.I. Joe Firefly (1984)
Price: $2017
This Cobra soldier with a “swivel-arm battle grip” is a tough find.

G.I. Joe Hovercraft (1984)
Price: $1725
It is also called the Killer W.H.A.L.E. (Warrior Hovering Assault Launching Envoy, obviously).

G.I. Joe Scarlett (1982)
Price: $1558
It was among the first wave of $2.29 releases for the 1980s line.

G.I. Joe Major Bludd (1983)
Price: $1440
This can be tough to find and this has sold for as much as $1440 in 2021.

G.I. Joe Cobra Missile Command Headquarters (1982)
Price: $1436
This lair for Cobra villains was one of the earliest Joe playsets.

There was a G.I. Joe series but it was not included in the list of Most Expensive TV Series Ever Made.

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