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Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby Hanrob1985 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 8:13 pm

Hi, we are looking to sell a large collection of well played with original Star Wars toys. We have no clue where to start or if he have any rare items. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Do we should have And rare ones you would recommend selling separately or should we just bulk sell the lot on ebay etc. Thank you for taking the time to read.
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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby StarWarsFan » Sun Mar 05, 2017 8:50 pm

Hi mate, the Rarest figures in the collection is the Lando General (second row in second picture with purple trousers on) loose around £20 to £25, the other semi rare figure is Lumat Ewok with bent arm on the end in top row of second picture loose about £10. The red figure with the black boots is from GI Joe.

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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby Hanrob1985 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 8:53 pm

Ha ha thanks we were 99% sure he wasn't Star Wars but thought we pop him in incase he was a super rare one :oops: ! Thanks for taking the time to post...

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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby StarWarsFan » Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:11 pm

No problem. The ones in the top row on first picture in that condition £2 to £3 each, same with the second row apart from the short red guy called snuggle tooth about £10 depends on the version if its a PBP no coo Scar about £20 to £25, Next row, the lizard guy about £2 to £3, the robot with the arm broken about the same. The white droid £7 to £8, the grey droid loose and condition about £5 to £10, The next one about £2, the next figure about £5, the last one about £5.00 The last row, Darth Vader, Emperor and the guard in that condition, £2 to £4 each, the other sell for a bit more as a lot of people like to army build between 5 to 10 depends on condition.

Second picture, the 3 taller ewoks one with hood about £4, the other two about £2. the small one Wicket £5, the troops about 3 to 4, next row apart form Lando mentioned earlier about £2 each, last row Yoda sell for a bit more about £6, and Chewbacca about 5 in that condition C3PO with net about £10, R2 about 8 to 10, and the rest about £2 each.
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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby plantainman » Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:15 pm

Nothing insanely rare or complete here.

IMO you'd be best off selling as a bulk lot at auction to achieve the best price total price for the least hassle. If you're concerned about a minimum price, then start the auction at ~£100
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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby Hanrob1985 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:21 pm

Thank you. Would you recommend selling separately or as a Job lot? Is eBay the best selling site? Also I forgot to upload this picture.
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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby StarWarsFan » Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:52 pm

Yer would say eBay, but members on here maybe interested in buying separate figures I would be ingested in the stormtroopers and the ATAT Commander and Royal Guard.

The Walkers large one in that condition about £35 to £40, the smaller one about 25, the white thing £3, the bike about £8, but if it has the back flaps worth a lot more. The Taunton about £5.

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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby Hanrob1985 » Mon Mar 06, 2017 1:21 am

Great thanks for your feedback. If anyone want to on
With private offers I'd gladly consider them. I'll check with my partner in the morning re bike back...

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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby lejackal » Mon Mar 06, 2017 8:52 am

Yay, someone else that wants a private auction :roll:

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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby Hanrob1985 » Mon Mar 06, 2017 9:46 am

Also found this. Not in the best condition looks like my partner pushed some play doh through the gate and on the figures at some point.

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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby Capetown » Mon Mar 06, 2017 9:47 am

As Lejackal says asking for offers is not the way it works here on this forum.

If you want to sell on here, please make a thread in the for sale section with an asking price.

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Re: Large Vintage Collection Valuation help please

Postby Hanrob1985 » Mon Mar 06, 2017 9:58 am

Ok sorry didn't realise there was a seperate forum for selling. Thanks for letting me know.


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