RETRO gadgets including Nintendo 64s and Walkmans could be worth thousands of pounds.
Classic tech products are among highly-sought-after items being flogged in eBay bidding wars among collecters.
Original Nintendo 64s are among the retro consoles going for hundreds of poundsCredit: Alamy
Researchers at phone accessories company Case24 have compiled a list of the top-selling retro gadgets that could be worth thousands.
Old-school Nintendo consoles have kept their value the most as they are so rare, the study found.
A mint condition Nintendo 64, which was first launched in 1996 for £93, has fetched as much as £5,095 in eBay auctions.
The owner walked away with a profit of more than £5,000 for a console produced 25 years ago.
Old Gameboys are also fetching nearly £1,000 in some online sales.
The Gameboy Colour Atomic Purple Clear has sold for £995.
Old game cartridges can also fetch a pretty penny for owners looking to cash in.
Earlier this year, a Super Mario 64 cartridge broke world records when it sold for £1.08 million.
It marked the sale of the most expensive video game in history.
The 1996 cartridge was a launch title for the Nintendo 64 console, and was one of the most influential early 3D platformers.
It came two days after the previous record-breaker, an original Legend of Zelda cartridge, sold for £630,000.
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Other lucrative retro gadgets include HP calculator watches from 1977 that could be worth up to £2,895.
Boomboxes from 1966 have fetching £1,300, while Sony TPS-L2 Walkmans dating back to 1979 have sold for £1,000.
The first iPhone, from 2007, has sold for £595, and a Polaroid camera from 1984 has fetched £723 on the market.
An old Bakelite rotary phone has fetched £3,877, with 19th century typewriters worth as much as £1,000.
The condition of the item, as well as original packing, can boost the sale price.
Classic Gameboys have also been popular in online salesCredit: Nintendo
Old-school Nintendo consoles have kept their value the most as they are so rare, the study foundCredit: Alamy
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