Those ornaments that have been passed down to you may have more value than just sentimental.

Pull that dusty box out of storage and see what you need to keep…or sell.

Let’s take a look!

1. Ceramic Christmas Tree

Vintage ones can get you at least $35, and in perfect condition, up to $250.

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2. Bubble Lights

An original working set in the box will get you $75.

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3. Putz Houses

Originally sold in dime stores, they are now worth $10 and up.

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4. Vintage Sleds

Patented in 1889, these flyers were hugely popular throughout the 1900s.

Can get you at least $35 and maybe up to a few hundred.

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5. Ruby Red Glassware

Produced in 1939, ruby red glassware is beautiful to show off on your Christmas table. Rare pieces can get you $50.

Look for them at garage sales and thrift shops.

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6. Italian Glass Ornaments

Look for ones by the Soffieria De Carlini company.

They are now worth $20 to $50 each.

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7. German Kugel Ornaments

Heavy and glass, they were produced from 1840 to the early 1900s.

They are worth at least $50 each.

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8. Bottle Brush Christmas Trees

Sold in dime stores to use in Christmas village displays, these mini trees can get you $10 to $15 each.

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Vintage decorations can add a touch of glamour to your Christmas. Some, however, are worth quite a bit of cash.

But, would you really want to part with them? They’re so cute!

Let us know which ones you’d sell… in the comments!