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Any Interest in Duplo lot?

monkey_roomonkey_roo Member Posts: 1,392
Hey
Finally my kids have outgrown Duplo and we don't have the space for it all, so i was wondering if there was interest in what i think is a massive haul of Duplo. There are hundreds of bricks and extras where i ordered baseplates and extra animals and train track and all sorts, but also i think these sets are all in there as well:

#3352 Salty the Dockyard Diesel (2007)
#3774 Bridge (2005)
#3775 Points (2005)
#4962 Baby Zoo (2006)
#4974 Horse Stables (2007)
#4975 Farm (2007)
#5544 Thomas Starter Set (2008)
#5592 My First Plane (2009)
#5598 Dino Valley (2008)
#5601 Fire Station (2008)
#5602 Police Station (2008)
#5603 Fire Chief (2008)
#5608 Train Starter Set (2008)
#5632 Animal Care (2009)
#5633 Polar Zoo (2009)
#5639 Family House (2009)
#5640 Petrol Station (2009)
#5813 Lightning McQueen (2010)
#5817 Agent Mater (2011)
#6169 Fire Chief (2012)
#5679 Police Bike (2011)

given the size it is a pick up only sort of deal and i haven't really thought through a price, but thought i would see if there was even any interest in Duplo.

Everything has been played with, but is pretty good nick, the odd bit may have seen better days and sadly somewhere in there is a Hello Kitty set (sorry it snuck in somehow) but as a massive bundle for little ones to play with and so on, I think it is a good haul.

Anyway if there is any interest let me know (London based).
tar
matt

Comments

  • monkey_roomonkey_roo Member Posts: 1,392
    Bumpy - any interesting Duplo?
  • monkey_roomonkey_roo Member Posts: 1,392
    Another bump to see if any interest of any sort in this lot of Duplo?
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 18,567
    Maybe try ebay. I found Thomas and co with train track sold very well there when we got rid of ours. Even incomplete sets, so long as the trains are complete. My daughter still has loads of pink castle that may go that way soon.
  • monkey_roomonkey_roo Member Posts: 1,392
    To be honest really keen to avoid EvilBay. As a seller it is a nightmare these days and frankly can't be arsed with the hassle that comes with it.
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