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Sealed Mocs and opened valuations

Postby jayums » Fri Aug 03, 2018 3:59 pm

Have this lot which will very likely have to be moved on unfortunately.

The prices seem pretty erratic with examples on eBay - wanted to know a ball park before I list them for sale (very probably on here first dibs).

Pretty vague descriptions I know, but hopefully helpful-


Fully sealed moc:

R2d2 - good
(noticed tiny hairline crack of about 1mm on top right of bubble where there is crushing - can’t feel it when you run finger over, as inside the plastic, but could develop)
Leia - good
Chewie - average, sticker damage
Darth Vader - good, yellowing bubble

The rest are all original, but opened...

Open bubble / very good condition / bubble intact
Dsc
Tusken
Stormie
C3PO
Luke

Open / fair to good condition
Han
Ben kenobi - card nice, bubble cracked

Open / poor condition card blister , beaterish card, pop removed
Jawa


All of the open figures are belters and no repro.

Apologies if the pics appear upside down - it’s my iPads way of telling me it hates me.

Many thanks for your input
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Re: Sealed and opened Mocs valuations

Postby StarWarsFan » Fri Aug 03, 2018 11:20 pm

Great collection.

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Re: Sealed and opened Mocs valuations

Postby jayums » Sat Aug 04, 2018 10:36 am

Cheers will be sorry to let em go, but needs must!

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Re: Sealed Mocs and opened valuations

Postby coomber75 » Sun Aug 05, 2018 12:27 pm

Hi mate won't give prices as I'm keen on Leia, jawa and cpl others

Open bubbles seem to tend to be price of fig then 10-30 depends on card

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Re: Sealed Mocs and opened valuations

Postby Mini99 » Sun Aug 05, 2018 5:02 pm

What a great group of carded figures.
Again won’t give a valuation as intrested in the DSC, Han, Stormtrooper and the Tusken.
Looking forward to seeing these listed if indeed you do decide to sell.
Good luck.

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Re: Sealed Mocs and opened valuations

Postby Palifan » Mon Aug 06, 2018 7:23 am

coomber75 wrote:Hi mate won't give prices as I'm keen on Leia, jawa and cpl others

Open bubbles seem to tend to be price of fig then 10-30 depends on card


I'm not so sure about this as I've seen the Palitoy 12 back reseals go for £200+ recently if there's very little damage to the bubble and card. It does tend to depend on condition and also on eBay it's all about who's after something at the same time as we all know.

I can see some of these are in amazing condition so they would be the higher end of the price scale although it's always a little different selling on here due to not having to pay fees and selling to forum members ect. A quick glance through ebays sold listings will give a good idea to value for condition but remember to adjust the price for selling on here and also with how quickly you want them to go. Also I've sold a few on here recently so you can look at mine that sold and the condition of them to give an idea of cost.

As a guide though on the Palitoy 12 backs the most recent that have sold in the same condone as yours on eBay are -

Dsc - £100
Tusken -£110
Stormtrooper - £125
C3PO -£175
Han - £170

Personally I think those are all good prices for the condition so I would accept more or less the same here for some of them.

Hope that's of some help.

Ian

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Re: Sealed Mocs and opened valuations

Postby jayums » Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:05 pm

Palifan wrote:
coomber75 wrote:Hi mate won't give prices as I'm keen on Leia, jawa and cpl others

Open bubbles seem to tend to be price of fig then 10-30 depends on card


I'm not so sure about this as I've seen the Palitoy 12 back reseals go for £200+ recently if there's very little damage to the bubble and card. It does tend to depend on condition and also on eBay it's all about who's after something at the same time as we all know.

I can see some of these are in amazing condition so they would be the higher end of the price scale although it's always a little different selling on here due to not having to pay fees and selling to forum members ect. A quick glance through ebays sold listings will give a good idea to value for condition but remember to adjust the price for selling on here and also with how quickly you want them to go. Also I've sold a few on here recently so you can look at mine that sold and the condition of them to give an idea of cost.

As a guide though on the Palitoy 12 backs the most recent that have sold in the same condone as yours on eBay are -

Dsc - £100
Tusken -£110
Stormtrooper - £125
C3PO -£175
Han - £170

Personally I think those are all good prices for the condition so I would accept more or less the same here for some of them.

Hope that's of some help.

Ian


Thanks for the feedback guys.

I think that sounds about what I was thinking. The tusken, stormie and dsc are all what I what describe as minty (besides the bubble splits). Was thinking 100-140 each depending on how much someone wanted them.

The C3PO was probably me on eBay - I think I overpaid as recently sold another one that wasn’t quite as good for about 120.

The Han isn’t in such good condition but i understand is harder to get - think I paid 130 for it. I suspect your figure would be nearer the mark if the condition was better.

Ben k and Jawa i has down for about 60-70 at a push.

I’m off on hols in a few days so no doubt will umm n ahh over selling them! If I do i will put them on here before they head to the bay. Cheers!

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Re: Sealed Mocs and opened valuations

Postby Palifan » Mon Aug 06, 2018 3:40 pm

Thanks for the feedback guys.

I think that sounds about what I was thinking. The tusken, stormie and dsc are all what I what describe as minty (besides the bubble splits). Was thinking 100-140 each depending on how much someone wanted them.

The C3PO was probably me on eBay - I think I overpaid as recently sold another one that wasn’t quite as good for about 120.

The Han isn’t in such good condition but i understand is harder to get - think I paid 130 for it. I suspect your figure would be nearer the mark if the condition was better.

Ben k and Jawa i has down for about 60-70 at a push.

I’m off on hols in a few days so no doubt will umm n ahh over selling them! If I do i will put them on here before they head to the bay. Cheers![/quote]


That all sounds about right although I could see the split bubble ones going for more on ebay at auction which is why the prices I mentioned feel inline and fair with your £100-£140 price range on here.

Make sure you have a good think about selling them though as it's a nice collection and you could put together a full Palitoy 12 back run given some time.

All the best with it and have a great holiday.

Ian

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Re: Sealed Mocs and opened valuations

Postby coomber75 » Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:21 pm

Don't sell if you don't have too its a lovely collection!!


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