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Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby Cazza » Fri Jan 27, 2017 4:41 pm

maxf wrote:Anybody who thinks the shortened term for reproduction is repo needed banning anyway


This! Does my head in!
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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby Wreck-It Ralph » Fri Jan 27, 2017 5:03 pm

Sorry
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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby Cazza » Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:04 pm

Nothing to be sorry about mate- was talking about people calling 'repro' 'repo'. Very irritating!
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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby maxf » Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:20 pm

Simplistically you're probably not far off. There will be anomalies though. Yoda is probably tougher than HST for example.
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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby Wreck-It Ralph » Sat Jan 28, 2017 2:56 pm

Hi

Is Dengar very rare as I believe this is the Cardback he was first released on?

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby maxf » Sat Jan 28, 2017 3:18 pm

Very rare. Nobody has ever seen one ;)
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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby Wreck-It Ralph » Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:25 pm

Hi

Does a Cardback exist for it?

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby Andyclarke » Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:30 pm

People in the UK have been seriously collecting Palitoys for over 25 years and not one example of a carded Dengar or even a single card back has ever turned up then I think we have to say no.

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby mr_palitoy » Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:30 pm

Wreck-It Ralph wrote:Hi

Does a Cardback exist for it?

Thanks


I have a word of mouth report. No actual picture for it.

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby Andyclarke » Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:32 pm

mr_palitoy wrote:
Wreck-It Ralph wrote:Hi

Does a Cardback exist for it?

Thanks


I have a word of mouth report. No actual picture for it.

Cheers Jason


From unreliable sources no doubt.

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby mr_palitoy » Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:37 pm

Andyclarke wrote:
mr_palitoy wrote:
Wreck-It Ralph wrote:Hi

Does a Cardback exist for it?

Thanks


I have a word of mouth report. No actual picture for it.

Cheers Jason


From unreliable sources no doubt.


No, from sources I trust word of mouth on. Wouldn't have put them on the matrix otherwise.

Seems the rarer the card/item the more protective people are about sharing. Just the way things are.

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby Andyclarke » Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:47 pm

How hard is it to take a picture and what difference does it really make?

Rather than just taking, why not give a bit back to the community. I'm sorry to have to say, but some people are selfish w@%kers.

Unless you have photographic evidence I don't think you should acknowledge its existence.

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby mr_palitoy » Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:52 pm

Andyclarke wrote:How hard is it to take a picture and what difference does it really make?

Rather than just taking, why not give a bit back to the community. I'm sorry to have to say, but some people are selfish w@%kers.

Unless you have photographic evidence I don't think you should acknowledge its existence.


Seems very common with the rarer stuff for collectors to be protective about it. Rather than leaving gaps on the matrix I chose to fill the entries in where trusted sources had seen examples or knew of their existence.

A lot of of the 30bs for the first 20 charceters are like that. It's the same 6 figures that come up and have been seen via pictures.

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby Andyclarke » Sat Jan 28, 2017 4:58 pm

Surely then they should be question marks rather than crosses on your matrix or am I looking at the wrong thing??

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Re: Palitoy 41 Back List Rarest to the Most Common?

Postby maxf » Sat Jan 28, 2017 5:06 pm

It seems to me that if the many collectors who will share haven't seen a cardback, and 1 person says that have but won't share a photo (could be mistaken, very private or even lying) then it should be taken with a massive pinch of salt.
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