subzero wrote:Pomse2001 wrote:Crumm wrote:
I completely agree with you, I prefer to just collect and not have to sell anything to fund something else. You are also right in the fact that one purchase a year is not much fun
Thanks for the heads up on the USA as a Potential LJK purchase, that one went for a reasonable price!
I must admit I have thought a lot about selling my 90s and 00s star wars stuff and use the money for vintage. I have not bought anything of it or looked at it in 8 years. And since the prices have gone up and up then I do not have the money to collect vintage and 90s and 00s stuff at the same time. The 90s and 00 stuff does not mean that much to me, but there was a few items that I thought was cool. So I have been thinking about selling most of my 90s and 00s stuff and only keep a few items that I think is cool, like Grand Admiral Thrawn I think I have maybe 200 figures complete that have never been played with, maybe 100 moc and some playset and vehicles. But I do not know if it is worth anything today
If it was me i'd be selling all that in a heartbeat imagine what vintage you could get then.
Mini99 wrote:This is great though?
(Picture stolen from the internet)
And the Glamorian guard wasn’t bad either.
Great card art, can see why they are collected.
retrotoyinfo wrote:I used to sell my Bend-Ems carded figures at boot sales for £1 each, maybe I was charging too much