Cymonguk wrote:This isn't a lost find yet, 25 years ago when I left home my mum moved all my old toys into our loft. Now I know that sold the majority of my collection for £120 in 1989 to buy an amiga 500. However I am going to guess that in the crates of lego, key rings, etc, that I have at least one or two pieces surviving. My mum refuses to go up and empty it out (it also contains all my brothers old toys), so I keep pestering knowing I might find some great childhood bits and bobs!
Pomse2001 wrote:Monday I got my first childhood lot in 2017 with the mail
A guy here in Denmark contacted me just before christmas about that he have found at his parents loft his and his brothers childhood lot and that he would sell it to me if I wanted it. We made the deal and he mailed it to me. Unfortunately he could only find 50% of what they had. He was not sure about what have happen to the other 50% of the childhood lot. He told me maybe it was thrown out but if he found more then he would contact me again for another sale.
Here is the pictures of the 50% of his and his brothers star wars toy that he mailed me Sorry about the bad pictures I have a yellow lamp that make the grey and white toy look maybe a little yellow. But I can tell you it is white or grey in my hands Normally I use sunlight but I do not have much sunligt this days
mumbo wrote:Some more great additions Uncle Lars, where do you keep it all
Michael Sith wrote:Gonk could be a Factory error Lars? Ask Frank