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

Discuss vintage Kenner and Palitoy Star Wars toys from the 1977-1985 era.
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Great score on the Zuckuss.
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i got a zuckuss for £12 in 2013! how times have changed. any moc under £50 is great. nice sticker also 8)

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Merry Christmas to me. The mailman delivered this 77 back Emperor with the VOID stamp on the POP today. I think the Emperor used his Force Lightning at it as the bubble and card are pretty rough, but doesn’t look too shabby for $30 shipped.

Vintage Star Wars doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg.

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Nice debut Emperor for $30 shipped!!
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Great price for the Emperor.
Picked up this worn up but fully sealed Bib Fortuna 65C ... but for € 18/£ 15,60 shipped, it's OK 8)

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Cracking score on the Bib ! 8)

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Nice Bib, early 00's price that was!
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Nice Bib, I was looking for one like that with a trilogo bubble for ages! Not that common.

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Slightly over, but I just picked this up for £60 which I thought was a bit of a bargain.
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£60!? That is a bargain, very nice and well done.
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That is a nice example Edd 8)
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£60! Bloody right that's a bargain! Nicely done, sir.
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Wow - look at the condition of that card. Great score!
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Plastikheld wrote:Wow - look at the condition of that card. Great score!
It's a bit dusty but I'll give it a clean when I get home :)

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edd_jedi wrote:Slightly over, but I just picked this up for £60 which I thought was a bit of a bargain.

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