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What's it worth?

BlueKittenBlueKitten Member Posts: 2
edited April 2011 in Collecting
Can anyone help me please? I've seen a Ginny Weasley minifig on eBay and the listing says it is a "rare misprint". How do I find out if it is really a rare one and how much it is worth bidding? I don't want to be lured in by the description only to find out that there are bucketloads around and it's worth ninepence!

Thank you for any advice!
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Comments

  • prof1515prof1515 EarthMember Posts: 1,561
    Without seeing the figure itself it's impossible to say if it's even legitimate. Misprints are really worthless except to those who want them and then that's a matter of a personal obsession, not actual value.
  • MatthewMatthew Cheshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 3,734
    edited April 2011
    If you provide a link to the auction I'll have a look for you. Some (non Lego) collectors might be bidding sky high though.

    (I believe there are people who collect these things, even if they wouldn't care otherwise, like those 20p coins a while back)
  • BlueKittenBlueKitten Member Posts: 2
    edited April 2011
    I don't know anything about Lego, but my husband's birthday is coming up and I wanted to get him something different/special. I put "Lego" and "Rare" into eBay - probably should have asked for advice here first!
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Lego-Minifig-Ginny-Weasley-V-Rare-Misprint-HP030-4730-/200589413983?pt=UK_Construction_Toys_Kits&hash=item2eb40f8e5f
  • TownTown Member Posts: 68
    what lines does he collect?
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