Rarest and Vaulted Disney Funko POPs
Disney is certainly one of the most desires genres of the Funko POP collectors. The fans of Disney are obsessed with collecting their Disney merch, and even people who do not collect POPs end up purchasing these gorgeous figures. There are so many Disney POPs that it is nearly impossible to keep track of all of them. To help you get an idea of which Disney POPs are the most valuable, we have established this list. Below are some of the rarest and hardest to find Disney POPs, as well as the vaulted pieces.
Mayor (Nightmare Before Christmas)
The Mayor from the Nightmare Before Christmas is one of the highest valued Disney POPs. It was released in 2012 and is not worth over $300.
Metallic Jack, Sally and Oogie Boogie 3-Pack
This POP has a small edition size and is worth over $300.
Released in 2012, Ursula has become one of the rarest Disney POPs. She is priced at over $100 and is certainly a grail for any Disney fan.
Ursula and Ariel Metallic 2-Pack
Released in 2012 and exclusive to San Diego Comic Con it is valued at over $300.
This is one of the highest valued POPs EVER! It sells for well over $2,000!
A convention exclusive that sells for almost $2,000!
Released in 2013 and exclusive to San Diego Comic Con it is worth over $100.
One of the most desired Disney POPs- Genie was released in 2013 and is worth close to $200.
Released in 2013 and exclusive to San Diego Comic Con, this POP only has 480 made. The value is well over $400, making it an incredibly rare and valuable POP.
Released in 2013, Jafar has climbed in price to over $100.
This convention exclusive is worth over $100.
This POP is from the cartoon version of Alice in Wonderland, and is worth almost $100.
Cheshire Cat (Blue)
Released in 2012 and exclusive to San Diego Comic Con the edition size is 480, and the POP is worth over $400.
Boo was released in 2011, since being vaulted she has climbed to over $100.
Sulley was released in 2011 and is not worth almost $100 in value.
Monsters University Sulley
Mike Wazowski Monsters University
Winnie the Pooh (Flocked)
This POP is a convention exclusive and is worth over $500.
Winnie The Pooh
Although Funko recently released a flocked, seated version of Pooh, the original is worth almost $200!
The only POP from the Winnie the Pooh line that was not re-released. Tigger is extremely valuable running over $100.
This vaulted Disney POP is worth over $100 and was released in 2012.
Mickey Mouse (Epic Mickey)
Released in 2013 this Mickey variant is vaulted and worth a decent amount.
This pop was released in 2011 and is valued at over $100.
Mickey Mouse (Metallic)
Released in 2011 and exclusive to San Diego Comic Con, he is worth over $300.
Oswald Rabbit (Metallic)
Goofy was released in 2012 and is almost worth $100.
This vaulted POP was released in 2012 and is almost worth $100.
Cruella De Vil
Cruella is worth over $100 and was released in 2011. There was a recent release of Cruella as a 2-pack (with Ursula), this the original is worth much much more.
This pop was released in 2012, since it has been vaulted it’s price has climbed over $100.
Maleficent (Live Action Movie)
This version of Maleficent is vaulted making it valued a bit higher than a regular POP.
Aurora from the live action film has been vaulted, which makes her much harder to find.
The entire Lion King set has recently been vaulted (except for regular Simba) making them a bit more valuable.
This POP was released in 2011 and is worth almost $100.
Worth almost $100 and released in 2011.
Belle is one of the most valuable Disney princess POPs, released in 2011 she is valued at well over $100. Although she has been released in a new mold, the original is worth much more.
Snow White was released in 2011 and has been vaulted.
This POP is worth well over $100 and is extremely hard to find.
Aurora from the cartoon was released in 2014 but it’s value keeps climbing since it became vaulted.
There was a re-released of this set, but the originals are worth much more.
Released in 2014, this vaulted POP keeps climbing in price.
Released in 2012 this POP is valued at almost $100.
This POP was released in 2011 and is worth close to $100.
Edna E. Mode
Mickey and Chernaborg (Metallic)
Released in 2012 and exclusive to San Diego Comic Con this POP is valued at over $400.
A handful of Disney POPs are extremely valuable because they were released as convention exclusives, while others have climbed in price simply because they were vaulted. Disney POPs are certainly some of the rarest and most desired in existance.