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Re: carded valuations please

Postby Slayer2k19 » Wed Sep 04, 2019 12:33 pm

Last one i've found.
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Re: carded valuations please

Postby lejackal » Wed Sep 04, 2019 12:35 pm

Slayer2k19 wrote:I remember these as a kid and i know these aren't worth much probably the same as when they were new.

This is probably £50-70 in unused condition. The Wampa has the insert and the rarer ROTJ box so probably about £60/70

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby Lom » Wed Sep 04, 2019 4:00 pm

Slayer2k19 wrote:Thanks for the valuations so far guys can i ask what makes the Rebel Commander so sought after?

Simply put there were just less of that card back style produced. Those particular cards were made for distribution by Clipper who sold their products in the Benelux region. Comparatively there were far more produced on Palitoy card backs and far more still produced on Kenner card backs - Clipper card backs in general (whether it be the wraparound label, the booklet attached to the back or especially the printed sticker style you have there) are one of the less common card back types that we tend to see.
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Re: carded valuations please

Postby philliperry » Wed Sep 04, 2019 8:21 pm

Hi, would you be interested in selling your Emperor and Biker Scout?

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby coomber75 » Wed Sep 04, 2019 10:25 pm

prices look right to me mini rigs 15-30 they yo yo a bit wampa.. 50 because of inserts? but that clipper :shock: lovely

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby Slayer2k19 » Wed Sep 04, 2019 11:09 pm

Thanks guys

As i said i'm not sure if i will sell i have no need to apart from the space issue but its good to know they have some worth. If i do it will be here on the forums but i'm in no rush. I collected some die cast figures Star Wars Action master figures some individual carded and a four pack & six pack i did a quick look on ebay and it seems that these are worth probably what i bought them for :lol: but mine are green packaging rather than red worth posting?

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby lejackal » Thu Sep 05, 2019 6:28 am

coomber75 wrote:prices look right to me mini rigs 15-30 they yo yo a bit wampa.. 50 because of inserts?

The inserts are always missing so imo that adds a tenner but the main jump in value is the box. You can get ESB every day of the week, Jedi are much harder to find

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby coomber75 » Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:05 pm

lejackal wrote:
coomber75 wrote:prices look right to me mini rigs 15-30 they yo yo a bit wampa.. 50 because of inserts?

The inserts are always missing so imo that adds a tenner but the main jump in value is the box. You can get ESB every day of the week, Jedi are much harder to find

Never knew jedi were rarer good to know

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby Slayer2k19 » Fri Sep 06, 2019 3:04 pm

Thanks everyone learned some useful information. Anyone got any estimates on Ree Yees, the Klaatus, Nikto or Weequay or Zukkus does being Kenner make much of a difference?

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby lejackal » Fri Sep 06, 2019 3:16 pm

Slayer2k19 wrote:Thanks everyone learned some useful information. Anyone got any estimates on Ree Yees, the Klaatus, Nikto or Weequay or Zukkus does being Kenner make much of a difference?

Roughly £50 each apart from Zuk who would be about £90

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby Haze » Fri Sep 06, 2019 10:49 pm

That Clipper sure is a nice card but most likely a Toy Toni as well.
They are stil collectable but at lower prices.

But it is nice to see stuff coming out of the woodworks after all these years :)
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Re: carded valuations please

Postby TK-7785 » Sat Sep 07, 2019 12:11 am

Haze wrote:That Clipper sure is a nice card but most likely a Toy Toni as well.
They are stil collectable but at lower prices.


What makes you think that? I was under the impression he only had access to standard Palitoy cardbacks. Has there been any evidence on Clipper cardbacks in his creations up till now?
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Re: carded valuations please

Postby Vernon » Sat Sep 07, 2019 11:28 am

Haze wrote:That Clipper sure is a nice card but most likely a Toy Toni as well.
They are stil collectable but at lower prices.

But it is nice to see stuff coming out of the woodworks after all these years :)


100% not a TT.
Interested in the Biker Scout and ERG if they come up for sale.

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby slayer2k8 » Sat Sep 07, 2019 1:40 pm

Again while its obvious that i'm not any where near an expert i 100% know i got Rebel Commander at least a year or two before the Snow Trooper and that was roughly nearly 30 years ago. It would seem strange that while at the time i was certainly was unaware that the Snow Trooper wasn't genuine as most were that if it was possible to re-card a figure perfectly for what was a low value figure in the Commander when i bought him while i can't remember i think i would've paid £5-10 for him surely he'd of perfected his technique for a more expensive Snow Trooper figure that he was selling for £15. The only two things i bought at fairs were the Snow Trooper and a Jabba playset on stalls which were from a collector fair held in a church in central London in the early nineties. If any experts in clipper or TT need any other pictures of the Commander i'll be happy to oblige to confirm either way.

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Re: carded valuations please

Postby Mini99 » Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:09 pm

As Vernon and TK 7785 have said the Clipper is 100% NOT a TT?


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