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What is the most valuable piece of the Ty Beanie Babies?

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As of 2013, BuzzFeed lists the most valuable Beanie Baby as a first-edition Princess Diana Beanie Baby valued at $350,000. A tie-dye peace Beanie Baby is valued at $79,900, and a Valentino Beanie Baby with a misspelled tag is worth $30,000.

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According to CelebrityNetWorth, the most valuable Beanie Baby is a version of Peanut produced with darker ink than the rest of the line. The toy is valued at $4,500 as of 2014. Additional valuable Beanie Babies include Nana the monkey (valued at $4,000), a version of Pinchers the lobster with an error-printed tag (valued at $3,800), Brownie (valued at $3,600) and a brown Teddy the Bear with the old face (valued at $2,800).

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