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Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby Joe » Thu Jul 09, 2009 10:21 am

Very nice! I wouldn't sell them mate, thats a hell of a start if you want to keep collecting!

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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby Tank1252 » Thu Jul 09, 2009 10:29 am

They're already there Joe!
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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby chazgreentooth » Tue Jul 28, 2009 10:07 pm

I have a COLLECTION 1 SOTE Leia In Boushh diguise? is it worth much? 8)

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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby tatsie » Thu Jul 30, 2009 4:10 am

from recent investigation, they're worth less than your original purchase price.
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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby chazgreentooth » Thu Jul 30, 2009 7:57 pm

tatsie wrote:from recent investigation, they're worth less than your original purchase price.



...yeah? what are they worth now? :o

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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby Joe » Thu Jul 30, 2009 8:32 pm

chazgreentooth wrote:
tatsie wrote:from recent investigation, they're worth less than your original purchase price.



...yeah? what are they worth now? :o



You sound surprised :lol:

I remember seeing POTF2 in the shops again a few years after they initially came out, realising they were older stock I picked up Han and Chewbacca just for fun (but eventually opened them)

I saw them whilst on a lunch break in an old job, when I got back I told a few of the guys I worked with that they should go check it out as they were cheap and if they sat on them they would be worth a fortune in a few years.

Two of those guys ran out that instant, left me reading the paper ! Came back with a bag each of POTF2 figures and big smiles on their faces!

..Never liked those guys anyway :lol: :lol:
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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby chazgreentooth » Thu Jul 30, 2009 8:41 pm

I was under the impression that this particular moc with the 'collection 1' on it was very rare? all the others on the 'SOTE' cards are common.

All the others are worth no more than £3 as far as im concerned.... this one is worth much more though. You even find people trying to pass a canadian 1 as this rare version on ebay. I will get a picture up and I bet you cant find one for sale! lol

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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby weasel » Fri Jul 31, 2009 3:41 pm

whiteskinnydroid wrote:I saw them whilst on a lunch break in an old job, when I got back I told a few of the guys I worked with that they should go check it out as they were cheap and if they sat on them they would be worth a fortune in a few years.

Two of those guys ran out that instant, left me reading the paper ! Came back with a bag each of POTF2 figures and big smiles on their faces!

..Never liked those guys anyway :lol: :lol:



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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby Jedi534 » Fri Jul 31, 2009 9:02 pm

I just picked up the first 4 POTF2 waves for $40. 31 carded figures including some duplicates. I already have all of them loose but I figured a set of carded ones would be cool. 8)
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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby Jedi534 » Fri Jul 31, 2009 9:21 pm

Also, here is my Freeze Frame Weequay I bought when it was released... whoops... :oops:

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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby tatsie » Sat Aug 01, 2009 4:33 am

chazgreentooth wrote:I was under the impression that this particular moc with the 'collection 1' on it was very rare? all the others on the 'SOTE' cards are common.

All the others are worth no more than £3 as far as im concerned.... this one is worth much more though. You even find people trying to pass a canadian 1 as this rare version on ebay. I will get a picture up and I bet you cant find one for sale! lol


like this?
http://cgi.ebay.com/STAR-WARS-SOTE-LEIA ... 286.c0.m14

they are all around $5 - $8. I gave away my whole (complete) POTF2 collection, it was pointless.
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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby snagbar » Sat Aug 01, 2009 10:33 am

no not like that.
it actually has "collection 1"
above the sort code top right hand corner.
will post picture of mine later.

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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby chazgreentooth » Sat Aug 01, 2009 12:38 pm

tatsie wrote:
chazgreentooth wrote:I was under the impression that this particular moc with the 'collection 1' on it was very rare? all the others on the 'SOTE' cards are common.

All the others are worth no more than £3 as far as im concerned.... this one is worth much more though. You even find people trying to pass a canadian 1 as this rare version on ebay. I will get a picture up and I bet you cant find one for sale! lol


like this?
http://cgi.ebay.com/STAR-WARS-SOTE-LEIA ... 286.c0.m14

they are all around $5 - $8. I gave away my whole (complete) POTF2 collection, it was pointless.


No.... it has to say collection 1 on the top right corner, thats the regular run o the mill card. I will get a picture.

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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby chazgreentooth » Sat Aug 01, 2009 12:43 pm

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Re: Most collectable, rare, valuable POTF2 figures

Postby chazgreentooth » Sat Aug 01, 2009 12:44 pm

snagbar wrote:no not like that.
it actually has "collection 1"
above the sort code top right hand corner.
will post picture of mine later.



Is yours for sale? :wink:


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