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So yo all know what I paid for it but what would be a fair valuation for it - would help to pay for a Yoda I'm after
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Mark, I'd reiterate my estimate of £100. On a bad day on auction it's a £75. On a good day you could push £110, £120.

Look at the state of this one and it's the only one to sell recently:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/vintage-star-wars-Palitoy-Figure-Catalogue-1979-Rare-/222558319220?hash=item33d1827274%3Ag%3AY4MAAOSwjvJZT1FS&nma=true&si=7K5%252FtzCrwiF8%252FtfklljiJgsVatA%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
 
Palifan

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I'd go with the same although maybe around 70-80 to someone on here (non sellers), if none of the pages are loose. You don't see that many original ones up for sale and it's normally something people need to complete their Palitoy Death Star.

Best of luck with it,

Ian
 
palitoyjunky

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Yes I agree more or less with the valuations given. A totally mint one could go higher today. I won a mint example years ago that someone had tucked away in the late 70s for £107 odd which was my max bid :|
 

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