Bunglebubs wrote:You've got quite a selection of stuff there Pomse
Incase you don't know the blue leaflet should go with the Ackbar Mailer, the tape on the Zuckus doesn't look right to me as im sure it is too wide. It should look like the one you have on the R2 baggie. The catalogue for the Emperor mailers was always the one with Jabba on the front not the Royal guards that you have.
I would love that postcard you have from Kenner about the survival kit if you are selling it though?
Michael Sith wrote:If the baggies are correct, I would keep them together.
I have a few baggies part sealed/ open, it's a good budget way of collecting baggies for me,
wouldn't separate them though until you check they are correct.
momike wrote:The emperor came with that catalog also so is fine
Michael Sith wrote:Hi Lars
Franks guide if you can acess it or the link I sent you may help.
If the baggie matches the figure in line with a guide, then at least you know it's correct. There is no guarantee the someone has not put a loose figure in a spare baggie, if it's open, but if you have had them for a long time, it would be doubtful. You will neve know 100% but for me personally, if the baggie is open but correct I would be fine with that.
Baggies are very cool in my opinion. Multipacks are also a great area to collect...check your drawers you may have some MP s hidden away
Michael Sith wrote:hi Lars
Sent you a couple of PM s
Franks guide was using Photobucket so there are problems viewing it, but there is a fix for that I think there is a thread on here somewhere, maybe one of the guys can point that out to you.
Checking each baggie you have against the guide will help, plus knowing information that certain figures did not come in certain baggies. The fact that some of yours are open, does not necessarily imply they are fakes, it's just worth checking for your own peace of mind.
Merrion wrote:OP, aha I see what you have done here.....
Given your other recent post you've put out some bait in the hope of getting a nibble from a certain expert on such matters