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Jed 01-12-2003 10:21 PM

Value of a Figure
 
How do you determine it, as a collector? Use a price guide? If so, which one?

Let's help out some of our new collectors by answering these questions.

Also, what's a roundabout value of your collection if you know?

:)

Boba Rhett 01-12-2003 11:40 PM

I like Toyfare. It not only has a price guide but lots of teh funnehs. :D

You have to realize that your collection really probably isn't going to ever be worth as much as the guides may say though.

I've never gone through but I'd guestimate my collection would easily bring over $5,000 on ebay.

ZBomber 01-13-2003 03:25 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Boba Rhett
I like Toyfare. It not only has a price guide but lots of teh funnehs. :D

You have to realize that your collection really probably isn't going to ever be worth as much as the guides may say though.

I've never gone through but I'd guestimate my collection would easily bring over $5,000 on ebay.

yeh. Exactly. Your collection will really never be worth as much as you think it is. Thats why you shouldn't worry about it. Buy the figures, pass them onto your kids. I might sell one or two, but I'm giving most of them to my children. My colelction is about 4000. ;)

daring dueler 01-13-2003 04:09 PM

toy fare id great,so isnt tomarts i think thats the best(i only have one),and toy reveiw.


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