Valuation for POTF Coins

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Valuation for POTF Coins

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Hi I haven’t collected since 2013 and don’t know whether to pursue the POTF Coin collection or give it up
Could anyone put a price on these or what it might cost to complete the set?
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The bottom row is a Gargan coin cast in solid silver 2 POTF2 prototype coins with blank backs and 2 recasts of the 63rd coin
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That really is an amazing set of coins you have there.
I think your best bet would be to use eBay sold prices or Star Wars tracker to see what the coins that you have are selling for and then the the same for the ones that you don’t have.
Then you can make an educated decision.
Hope that helps.
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Thanks Mini99
Just googled Star Wars Tracker looks a great app, I'll definitely use that.
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ukfatty wrote:Thanks Mini99
Just googled Star Wars Tracker looks a great app, I'll definitely use that.
It’s very good, and as a bonus it’s free for the first month.
Somewhere on here there’s a code to get money off a years subscription.
If I can find it I’ll post it for you.
You really do have a great collection there.
Good luck, whatever you choose to do.
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Yeah agree, stunning collection. :shock:
'But I was going to Tosche Station to pick up some power converters.'
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Found it, enter VR-25 and you will get the app for $25 a year insteadi of $30.
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Thanks for the help guys
It will certainly help with the evaluation.
I have not collected anything since the end of 2013 and prices just seem to have gotten crazy
Cheers for the code
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very nice . its hard to see some of them but you have thousands there
id rather be fishing
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ukfatty wrote:Thanks Mini99
Just googled Star Wars Tracker looks a great app, I'll definitely use that.
Hi, yes give Star Wars Tracker a look for coin prices. It's updated every week so a very good resource. There have been quite a few of the really rare expensive ones turn up on eBay over the last month or two which have provided some well needed price points in the Tracker.

Unfortunately, your set here is missing all those really rare/expensive ones that go for £1000 or more each (if you ever get the chance to buy them). So it's quite a commitment to keep on track for a full set. But very satisfying when you get there!
Digital vintage price guide and portfolio system: https://www.starwarstracker.com
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Most are graded with a lot of U grades? Is that common for these then?
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