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retrotoyinfo wrote:I have a couple of these. If your going to buy, buy the best condition!
Thanks Alex for sharing pictures of your moc Jann Tosh collection. I was beginning to think I was the only one who have a droids focus :lol:

Some beautiful moc and I love the front and the back of those Droids cards 8)
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I am very fond of the Droids series. The figures were also released by Kenner Canada in Bi-lingual text and some by Glasslite in Brazil. Added interest to the Droids series figures includes the cross over to include Boba Fett, the last 17 A-Wing pilot, new versions of C-3PO and R2-D2, the inclusion of a Coin with every figure the same as POTF, the ultra-rare 2nd series Vlix only available by Glasslite, and the aborted other second series figures.

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retrotoyinfo wrote:I am very fond of the Droids series. The figures were also released by Kenner Canada in Bi-lingual text and some by Glasslite in Brazil. Added interest to the Droids series figures includes the cross over to include Boba Fett, the last 17 A-Wing pilot, new versions of C-3PO and R2-D2, the inclusion of a Coin with every figure the same as POTF, the ultra-rare 2nd series Vlix only available by Glasslite, and the aborted other second series figures.

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Nice picture from a book 8) I like the glasslite figures :D but the cardbacks on the canadian figures is not me :( I got an offer 13 years ago to buy a Vlix for 500 Euro. But I said no, today I would have said yes :roll:
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retrotoyinfo wrote:I am very fond of the Droids series. The figures were also released by Kenner Canada in Bi-lingual text and some by Glasslite in Brazil. Added interest to the Droids series figures includes the cross over to include Boba Fett, the last 17 A-Wing pilot, new versions of C-3PO and R2-D2, the inclusion of a Coin with every figure the same as POTF, the ultra-rare 2nd series Vlix only available by Glasslite, and the aborted other second series figures.

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Nice picture from a book 8) I like the glasslite figures :D but the cardbacks on the canadian figures is not me :( I got an offer 13 years ago to buy a Vlix for 500 Euro. But I said no, today I would have said yes :roll:
The 'book' is the Kenner 1986 toy fair catalog. I think you were offered the same Vlix as me :lol: which I also turned down.

The Kenner Canada card fronts were rather curious. They were truly generic in that not even the name of the figure was printed. Like the Glasslite fronts, the Kenner Canada had Vlix on the front, even though he did not appear on the back of the card as an available figure. I have a couple of them

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retrotoyinfo wrote:I am very fond of the Droids series. The figures were also released by Kenner Canada in Bi-lingual text and some by Glasslite in Brazil. Added interest to the Droids series figures includes the cross over to include Boba Fett, the last 17 A-Wing pilot, new versions of C-3PO and R2-D2, the inclusion of a Coin with every figure the same as POTF, the ultra-rare 2nd series Vlix only available by Glasslite, and the aborted other second series figures.

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Nice picture from a book 8) I like the glasslite figures :D but the cardbacks on the canadian figures is not me :( I got an offer 13 years ago to buy a Vlix for 500 Euro. But I said no, today I would have said yes :roll:
The 'book' is the Kenner 1986 toy fair catalog. I think you were offered the same Vlix as me :lol: which I also turned down.

The Kenner Canada card fronts were rather curious. They were truly generic in that not even the name of the figure was printed. Like the Glasslite fronts, the Kenner Canada had Vlix on the front, even though he did not appear on the back of the card as an available figure. I have a couple of them

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Nice book you have 8) The guy who offered me his vlix 13 years ago was from germany, but I do not remember his name. I have not talked with him for many years, I think he was selling his collection in 2005 and I bought some figures from him but I thought 500 euro was a lot of money for one figure. I have learned a lot since 2005 :lol:

I have never understood why kenner canada used the same cardback for all the droids figures, they did the same with the ewoks :roll:
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Loose Jann Tosh and coin. This figure always reminds me of a mate who has similar face to this chap, the same jaw line :D .
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Rich200 wrote:Loose Jann Tosh and coin. This figure always reminds me of a mate who has similar face to this chap, the same jaw line :D .
Nice, beautiful figure and coin. I love the stands and how you display them, very cool 8)
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Rich200 wrote:Loose Jann Tosh and coin. This figure always reminds me of a mate who has similar face to this chap, the same jaw line :D .
Nice, beautiful figure and coin. I love the stands and how you display them, very cool 8)
Thanks, all stands courtesy of Iain Sanderson
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went in for these couple of years ago then sold them all last year to fund sw backs... only thing left is the side gunner... but they do look cool in the flesh
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Rich200 wrote:
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Rich200 wrote:Loose Jann Tosh and coin. This figure always reminds me of a mate who has similar face to this chap, the same jaw line :D .
Nice, beautiful figure and coin. I love the stands and how you display them, very cool 8)
Thanks, all stands courtesy of Iain Sanderson
Nice, now I know where I can buy this coin stands if I in the future get enough room to display them :D
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coomber75 wrote:went in for these couple of years ago then sold them all last year to fund sw backs... only thing left is the side gunner... but they do look cool in the flesh
Do you regret selling them ?
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Any of my star wars I have sold I regret, but have had to for financial reasons. I have even had to sell star wars items to pay my rent in the past.
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retrotoyinfo wrote:Any of my star wars I have sold I regret, but have had to for financial reasons. I have even had to sell star wars items to pay my rent in the past.
sorry to read about that :( I hope you get a chance to get it back in the future :wink:
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TheJabbaWookie wrote:Never been that interested in the Droids or Ewoks series, but lately I’ve been looking at the MOC art for the Droids and thinking I quite like it, might look nice in my collection. :o
Totally agree, the card art is really nice, particularly on the Droids range.
I also think the “cartoon” ness and colour of these figures make them worth a second look.
I wish that I had bought some back in the 80 90s when dealers couldn’t give them away!
Hindsight is a wonderful thing. :roll:
Even 3-5 years ago they were pretty cheap. Lars I have other priorities at the moment having just bought my first 20 / 21 Back and contemplating a run, but if something pops up for the right price... we’ll i just love a bargain. :D
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nope think they have gone to someone who will enjoy and display them better
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