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Selling some 2010 Harry Potter sets. Should I bundle?

FenricFenric Kentucky, USAMember Posts: 3
I’m going to put a few of my older Harry Potter sets on eBay, including 4842 Hogwarts Castle and 4867 Hogwarts. I’m having trouble deciding if I want to auction them together or separate.

I’ve looked at the sold listings, but as usual on eBay the results are wildly varying. I thought it might be helpful to get some thoughts from the forum.
I might even add 4737 Quidditch Match to the auction. All sets are complete, minus one bludger that my dog got a hold of. 
Thanks in advance. 


  • ryjayryjay Member Posts: 1,001
    Try first listing all together...but dont discount just because you bundled the lot.

    Depending how you list the shipping, most likely shipping a lot one time will be cheaper.  If you dont get what you want for the lot, you can always relist individually later.

    BTW, are you auctioning them or doing a buy-it-now, and are they all used with box and instructions?

  • FenricFenric Kentucky, USAMember Posts: 3
    I was thinking of auctioning, maybe offering a buy-it-now option.

    they are all used and, except for the bludger, complete. There are still two oother bludgers in the set.
    I have all of the instructions, but gave up on keeping boxes long ago. They took up more room than I had. 
  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 0 miles to Legoboy's houseMember Posts: 11,453
    Used set values are all over the place because the condition of the sets are different. Some missing pieces or a minifigure are often the case, but some may not have the instructions or the box as well. 

    I would set them as a lot, but I wouldn't discount the lot either, shipping them in one box should save the buyer money in shipping costs and will save you time.
  • FenricFenric Kentucky, USAMember Posts: 3
    I appreciate the help.
    i bundled the two Hogwarts sets and the Quidditch Match together. I decided to keep the Hogwarts Express separate.

    When I was reassembling them for the auction pictures I discovered that a couple of small pieces were missing (I had a sudden move a few years ago that lead to LEGO chaos).  I was able to find duplicates in a few sets that I’m hanging onto. They’re easily replaceable through the LEGO shop.

    Now comes the agonizing wait for the bidding to start.
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