If you still have Grandma's old corning ware laying around, it could get you some big bucks.

Apparently, in the 60's and 70's, Corning Ware was the shizzle and dishes and sets from that era are really bringing in the Benjamins these days. Sites like eBay have them ranging in price from $10 - $20 all the way up to $32K.

According to thatslife.com, the patterns going for tens of thousands include rare editions like "Wildflower - made from 1977 to 1984 - and Floral Bouquet - made from 1971 to 1975." Thatslife adds that even the pattern known as "Cornflower", despite being the most common style, is still very valuable.

Time to go hit up the grandparents, aunts, uncles ... whoever ... and see what's laying around in the cupboard. If you do find the super pricey kind, be cool and tell the old folks what it's worth. At least give them a partial value anyway ...