Corgi London Olympics 2012 - COMPLETE SET of 30 Boxed Diecast Limited Edition Figures £29.99 @ Toptoys2u Limited / Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Corgi London Olympics 2012 - COMPLETE SET of 30 Boxed Diecast Limited Edition Figures £29.99 @ Toptoys2u Limited / Amazon

£29.99 @ Amazon
Watching the games last night flicking through my phone and just saw this deal. Less than £1 per figure with free delivery and you get the complete set. Read More
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11m, 4d agoFound 11 months, 4 days ago
Watching the games last night flicking through my phone and just saw this deal. Less than £1 per figure with free delivery and you get the complete set.
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11m, 4d agoFound 11 months, 4 days ago
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#1
nice detailed set and good price
#2
Nice set to put away, have some heat
#3
£69.99 now?
I had a phase of collecting Corgi toys 20 years ago and all have lost money on resale
#4
fobber
£69.99 now?
I had a phase of collecting Corgi toys 20 years ago and all have lost money on resale
Showing £29.99?
#5
showing £119.99
#6
Ordered - and shipped via Interlink e-mail - £29.99.

Let's see if I get the cancellation e-mail then...
#7
johnjohn44
showing £119.99


This is from a different seller. Deal sold out.
#8
If you live in Nottingham IC Discounts have piles of these at just 25p each!! They were never worth the full rrp, and were sold by IC discounts just after the games for £1 each but have been reduced even further now, they have lots of 2012 Olympic leftover stock including paperweights, magnets, coke glasses, corgi buses, etc all at giveaway prices.
2 Likes #9
ultra rare lol
#10
Polar1
If you live in Nottingham IC Discounts have piles of these at just 25p each!! They were never worth the full rrp, and were sold by IC discounts just after the games for £1 each but have been reduced even further now, they have lots of 2012 Olympic leftover stock including paperweights, magnets, coke glasses, corgi buses, etc all at giveaway prices.


Can you still buy the whole collection from them for £7.50 ???
#11
chezzz
johnjohn44
showing £119.99
This is from a different seller. Deal sold out.

deal still available,currently showing 12 available
1 Like #12
"Ultra rare" - hmmm so ultra rare that they are being sold as a complete set massively under RRP.

The fact that four years on these are still being sold makes it pretty clear to me how rare they are.

Millions of these were made, OK a mint boxed set in 100 years will probably be worth a little more than the original cheap price, but please no-one think they will be on Antiques Roadshow!

Remember all those CD's we bought in the 90s thinking they would still be worth something now... And they are now 2 for a £1!
#13
Nujol
"Ultra rare" - hmmm so ultra rare that they are being sold as a complete set massively under RRP.

The fact that four years on these are still being sold makes it pretty clear to me how rare they are.

Millions of these were made, OK a mint boxed set in 100 years will probably be worth a little more than the original cheap price, but please no-one think they will be on Antiques Roadshow!

Remember all those CD's we bought in the 90s thinking they would still be worth something now... And they are now 2 for a £1!


Very true. With economic growth and globalisation comes an increase in the size of consumer markets. I think there are very few things nowadays produced in such small quantities that they will be rare some day.

Everyone has caught on that keeping old tat might be a good investment. But it doesn't work when so many are produced and everyone is doing the same!
#14
The Radio 4 programme More or Less recently did an article on collectibles, antiques and inflation, and pointed out that today's going rate for a 1950's Hornby train set in mint condition is exactly the same as what it originally cost, when adjusted for inflation.
1 Like #15
wonkypops
The Radio 4 programme More or Less recently did an article on collectibles, antiques and inflation, and pointed out that today's going rate for a 1950's Hornby train set in mint condition is exactly the same as what it originally cost, when adjusted for inflation.


Yes! I listened to that very episode not so long ago.

I was so suckered in, in my teens in the 90s, into "limited edition" CDs from the likes of Blur, Radiohead etc. What was I thinking, £15 for a limited edition of 100,000..... Now worth 1p plus postage.
#16
grabbit
chezzz
johnjohn44
showing £119.99
This is from a different seller. Deal sold out.
deal still available,currently showing 12 available
This second batch is now sold out.
1 Like #17
However, given what it is - it's actually a nice set. For a quid a pop, I now have a few (still boxed mind) in a display cabinet... Not everyones looking at the 'quick buck'...
#18
If anyone is interested in buying the whole set off me for £30. Please PM
Me

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