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Wanted - Action Figure Price Guide

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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi guys,

Just got a load of old He-Man, Transformers, Thundercats etc down from my parents loft - Does anyone know where I can find a good 'Guide Price' for these toys to see in they are worth anything?

I have searched google and cant really find anything up to date..

Cheers,
Greenc
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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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[SIZE=2]Not quite the same but if you post pictures some of us might be able to help? Ebay is always a nice guideline. Tbh only the truly mint condition items will be worth top prices - most of the lesser condition items can be picked up at car boots for pence.[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]Might also want to post in Deal Requests rather than FS/T.[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]Or try a local collectors shop? they often sell the guides.[/SIZE]
#3
It's important to stress that the items need to be in good condition, and accesories are essential if you want to get any type of decent price for the items. I was doing a lot of buying and selling of He-Man and Thundercats a few years ago, but the prices have gone down if anything. I can see the Transformers stuff going up in price though, with the release of the new film, etc. So maybe worth selling the Thundercats, etc and holding on to the transformers stuff.
#4
Well, free free to drop me a line regarding prices for Transformers. I am a collector and would be willing to let you know any values before you put them onto eBay or get stung by scalpers (those collectors who buy up all the stock of a toy and sell for 3 times it's value on eBay!).

1984 figures are certainly the most valuable, with certain figures in unopened boxes going for $3000 on eBay. Opened and damaged figures go for much less, some of which can even be worthless unless sold as 'scrappers' (donor 'bots for repair!)

As for price guides, one of the best around is Toyfare and issues can normally be picked up at comic shops, as it's an American Publication. More inormation can be found here: http://www.wizarduniverse.com/magazine/toyfare/ Obviously prices are in $, but it's still a fairly safe comparison.
#5
*edit* double post there... that's a great start!

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