Palitoy 30 back Boba Fett carded

_Lee_

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So I've got this Palitoy 30 back Boba Fett. It is an original cardack with a replacement card, bubble and footer.. the card itself is in lovely condition not counting the bubble removal damage which has now been repaired. It even has the original price tag.

What would this go for? I haven't dealt in vintage for a while but I do know the cardback alone is highly sought after and the repaired area could be removed.

Thanks

Lee
 

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DarthHamblin

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Not sure really, a toy Tony sold on here for £180 I think 🤔 but not sure on this maybe £230-£275 at a guess
 

lejackal

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A similar one sold for about 500 a couple of months ago, although that had the nameplate replaced. I’d say 5-700, maybe more
 

Palifan

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I sold my 30 back Boba Fett card back a couple of years ago for £390 which was in great shape and very little damage. I know Sublevel also bought one fairly recently for around the same amount I think but as with most things it's about the damage to the card back and who's looking.

Carl's estimate sounds about right though (possibly closer to the lower end), but it's definitely worth some good money.

Ian
 

Michael Sith

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That’s nice Lee

Fett & Palitoy make it desirable for me I would say £450/£500 upwards, ( there’s always going to be the repair aspect to it) but in these days who knows could be higher
cardbacks with litho tear go for good money now so yours would do well

good luck with whatever you decide
 

_Lee_

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Thanks chaps.

Put it in Ebay with the reduced fees. I've put it in at a high price to see what happens. Need to pay for something and as per my collecting rules I never get in debt to buy :)

The wife can't moan then ;(
 

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