Cazza wrote:Waffle seal is a sure sign that it would be real. However, there are plenty of factory slick sealed figures out there too, which doesn't help you much I'm afraid! That seal looks OK to me, but I'm not an expert. Any pics of the back of the card? If legit, there should be a slight indentation where the machine pressed the bubble to the card. You may need to look at it from various angles in the light to see it properly. On a Toy Toni, it would be perfectly uniform and flat on the back.
Cazza wrote:Nick, yes, ROTJ Palitoy Snowtroopers certainly ring alarm bells, but some of them are fine. I had one, bought in the mid nineties, but it had a twin stem bubble with a very obvious iron mark between the bubble stems Very easy to spot...
Chac96, yes, that's the kind of thing. A TT figure would be absolutely uniform/flat. Any pics?
Cazza wrote:Looks a bit too perfect to me... Does it have any sort of mark/indentation/line similar to my pic above? The line runs from the 'N' of Nunb, down past to the left of the Palitoy address, ending up going through the word 'under' at the bottom.
Cazza wrote:Here's a better pic. Some are more pronounced than others, but you should see something. Sometimes you can only see it at certain angles under a light. If not, it's probably a Toni.
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