SWTOTW, Week 8, 2019, Part 2/2 Ree-Yees

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SWTOTW, Week 8, 2019, Part 2/2 Ree-Yees

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One of my first figures, here is mine :D
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Ruby2511 wrote:One of my first figures, here is mine :D
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Nice example, Russ! Thanks for sharing :-)
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Good old Three Eyes then, Lars? Perhaps not the most glamorous of figures or the most desirable... in fact, back when I started collecting again in the early nineties, my local collectibles shop had a bargain box of MOCs stuffed full of Ree-Yees, Klaatus and Squid Heads for £4 a pop, and they still didn't shift (and stupidly, I didn't buy one, because at the time I wasn't collecting carded figures, only loose!). However, the figure has its charms, and I do like the moulded hands vs painted hands variants (I personally prefer the moulded hands as I think they look better) that also differ in body shade, plus there are also some paint variants to be found on the boot colour.

Here are mine. From left to right, a pair of Taiwan moulded hands variants; light boots and dark boots. And then lastly, a Hong Kong painted hands variant. And of course, the COO's for Lars ;-)
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Ruby2511 wrote:One of my first figures, here is mine :D
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Nice figure thanks for sharing it, it looks very mint 8)
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Snaketibe wrote:Good old Three Eyes then, Lars? Perhaps not the most glamorous of figures or the most desirable... in fact, back when I started collecting again in the early nineties, my local collectibles shop had a bargain box of MOCs stuffed full of Ree-Yees, Klaatus and Squid Heads for £4 a pop, and they still didn't shift (and stupidly, I didn't buy one, because at the time I wasn't collecting carded figures, only loose!). However, the figure has its charms, and I do like the moulded hands vs painted hands variants (I personally prefer the moulded hands as I think they look better) that also differ in body shade, plus there are also some paint variants to be found on the boot colour.

Here are mine. From left to right, a pair of Taiwan moulded hands variants; light boots and dark boots. And then lastly, a Hong Kong painted hands variant. And of course, the COO's for Lars ;-)

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yes good old 3 eyes :lol: Wow you should have bought the box of moc :shock: but I think we all have seen something that we did not buy that we would have bought if it had been today :lol: I also prefer the moulded hands.

Nice collection of variants :D thanks for sharing them. Is the run complete or do you hunt a no coo and a lili ledy ? or maybe some other variants ? :D
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Pomse2001 wrote:yes good old 3 eyes :lol: Wow you should have bought the box of moc :shock: but I think we all have seen something that we did not buy that we would have bought if it had been today :lol: I also prefer the moulded hands.

Nice collection of variants :D thanks for sharing them. Is the run complete or do you hunt a no coo and a lili ledy ? or maybe some other variants ? :D
Thanks, Lars :-)

Regarding any other variants I don't own, since I'm only really interested in collecting ones which looks visually different from one another, it depends entirely upon whether any of the ones I don't have look different from the ones I do! Maybe you can help with that?
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Nice variants Jeremy. I sold this tri-logo just the other week to raise funds for die cast, sad to let him go after such a short time on the shelves.

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Snaketibe wrote:
Pomse2001 wrote:yes good old 3 eyes :lol: Wow you should have bought the box of moc :shock: but I think we all have seen something that we did not buy that we would have bought if it had been today :lol: I also prefer the moulded hands.

Nice collection of variants :D thanks for sharing them. Is the run complete or do you hunt a no coo and a lili ledy ? or maybe some other variants ? :D
Thanks, Lars :-)

Regarding any other variants I don't own, since I'm only really interested in collecting ones which looks visually different from one another, it depends entirely upon whether any of the ones I don't have look different from the ones I do! Maybe you can help with that?
Sure here is a link to the lili ledy Ree-Yees he is different http://www.imperialgunneryforum.com/h28 ... e-ree-yees

Here is some info about the mould http://www.imperialgunneryforum.com/t69 ... ead#122564

I collect a little different, first I collect after the coo/no coo and if I have 2 figures with the same no coo/coo then I look after a difference between the 2 figures :D
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spoons wrote:Nice variants Jeremy. I sold this tri-logo just the other week to raise funds for die cast, sad to let him go after such a short time on the shelves.
Sorry Andy, to read you sold that beautiful moc, but if you bought something that make you more happy then it is the best thing to do :wink: It looks fantastic the moc that you had :wink:
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spoons wrote:Nice variants Jeremy. I sold this tri-logo just the other week to raise funds for die cast, sad to let him go after such a short time on the shelves.
Thanks, Andy.

That's a lovely MOC with a great bubble. Sorry to hear you had to part with it, but I hope you got the die cast you wanted.
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Pomse2001 wrote:Sure here is a link to the lili ledy Ree-Yees he is different http://www.imperialgunneryforum.com/h28 ... e-ree-yees

Here is some info about the mould http://www.imperialgunneryforum.com/t69 ... ead#122564

I collect a little different, first I collect after the coo/no coo and if I have 2 figures with the same no coo/coo then I look after a difference between the 2 figures :D
Thanks, Lars :-)
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Here’s my two loose. I have a Taiwan (Molded hands) and Hong Kong (painted hands). I tend only to collect major variants and the mold differences on these mean they fall into that category, even though they look visually similar in terms of paint apps. I have noticed that my HK comes with a v1 Rifle and my Taiwan with a v4. Not sure what yours come with guys?
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Here’s mine.
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Snaketibe wrote:
Pomse2001 wrote:Sure here is a link to the lili ledy Ree-Yees he is different http://www.imperialgunneryforum.com/h28 ... e-ree-yees

Here is some info about the mould http://www.imperialgunneryforum.com/t69 ... ead#122564

I collect a little different, first I collect after the coo/no coo and if I have 2 figures with the same no coo/coo then I look after a difference between the 2 figures :D
Thanks, Lars :-)
Your welcome, I hope you can use it :D
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