Batman: The Dark Knight: 4.75" Joker Bust + Free trading cards £27.99 @ Play.com (RRP £39.99)
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Batman: The Dark Knight: 4.75" Joker Bust + Free trading cards £27.99 @ Play.com (RRP £39.99)

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Found 9th Dec 2008
Not sure just how good a deal this is, but I thought some Batman / Joker fan might appreciate it: -
Measures approximately 4.75" tall x 3" wide x 2.5" deep.
Hand-painted cold-cast porcelain.
Packaged in a 4-color box.
Sculpted by Kolby Jukes
Limited edition of 6000 pieces!
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Reviews are ok on this. But have to agree it would go great with the film for a xmas present.

Plus keep sealed for collectors edition.

[SIZE="4"]Be wary of Plays packaging for collectables, I've received numerous items just wrapped up in a plastic envelope with no protection & the norm is that it arrives bashed & dented.[/SIZE]

Not a problem if your not worried about the Presentation box, but if your collecting this as a collectable then the box needs to be mint.

I've had to return the last bust I bought 9 times, I gave up in the end & got my money back.

Sorry Play you have got good prices but your packaging is **** :-(:-(

I've not voted

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I agree with the packaging comment, play are dreadful. This may be limited edition, but 6000 pieces. That is quite a large production run. Not as bad as Franklyn Mint stuff, but still pretty large.

mabccc;3710138

I agree with the packaging comment, play are dreadful. This may be … I agree with the packaging comment, play are dreadful. This may be limited edition, but 6000 pieces. That is quite a large production run. Not as bad as Franklyn Mint stuff, but still pretty large.



True, but if Heath Ledger gets a posthumous oscar, it could be worth something in years to come...?

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ricaird;3710619

True, but if Heath Ledger gets a posthumous oscar, it could be worth … True, but if Heath Ledger gets a posthumous oscar, it could be worth something in years to come...?


And he will.
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