Hi, I'm not sure if I'm going against any listed rules (though I have looked them over) in asking for an appraisal for my 1990's Buzz Lightyear toy. It's the 1996 Ultimate Intergalactic Talking Buzz Lightyear with a silver body and black trim. It's a loose toy, I played with it as a child and we never kept the box. Also, it only contains one of the three discs that went into the disc launcher attached to his back.
As for cosmetic damage, he's dusty (of course) and a few spots of the black trim has faded to a dark silver. All of the stickers adorning his arms and chest are still there, there's a small scuff mark on his now somewhat foggy and hazed plastic helmet. His facial features are perfect, and he's in full working condition (lights up, talks, and shoots his laser). The one and only last thing to mention is that his wings are stuck, the left one doesn't want to go back in while the right one doesn't want to come out. But with a little tweaking I can fix that myself. I know it's probably not worth much considering it's only been 16 years after the making of this model, but cash is cash. And if I can get more than $50 I'll be happy.
Welcome to the site. We don't do formal appraisals here on Toy Collector. For that you would be best to take lots of pictures and send them to Vectis or one of the other Auction houses. They are always happy to appraise toys for their customers.
Pictures would be nice here as there may be someone interested in it.
The other thing I would suggest is looking it up on eBay and then looking at the ended sales for this toy. That would give you a good idea of what they have been selling at if at all.