Vintage SW is still affordable - £50 or less MOCs latest acquisitions

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Wow that bubble is crystal clear. I have noticed the jedi mocs appear to suffer with the yellowing more than most.

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A Klaatu Skiff I got from a certain U.S based seller for £42. The bubbles a touch brown but it doesn’t look to shabby.
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Scarifpacific wrote:A Klaatu Skiff I got from a certain U.S based seller for £42. The bubbles a touch brown but it doesn’t look to shabby.
Too shabby?
That’s great for £42!

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Another of Jabbas goons joins the ranks. The bubble has a few dents and has browning but the card is superb. All for the not bad at all price of £40.
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Latest under £50 pick up.

Lil LEDY Ree Yees, first LL card.

£31 + Postage
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Well done that’s a great bargain!

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Yes great pick ups lately, loving the debut Ree-Yees.
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Cant beat Jabba's goons for value. Popped up to Vectis this week to pick these guys up; Two for £40 and the 8D8 for £45 plus Vectis fees (makes 8D8 a about £55 in reality).

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Nice one Andy, three MOCs in great condition for around the £100 is almost un heard these days.
I thought that most of the last Vectis sale went for fair prices, but these were almost a steal.

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Thanks Mini - two for £40 each I should have said :)

Still not bad
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Ah, that makes more sense, but still a great deal!

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NIce clear bubble on that Klaatu, really nice.
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Just got this in today. Was only $45 shipped.
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apack7229 wrote:Just got this in today. Was only $45 shipped.
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StarWarsFan wrote: nice one mate
Thanks. :)

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