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How to sell my huge sealed collection (over 10000$)?

fdoffinyfdoffiny FranceMember Posts: 1
Hello,

I have a very large collection of Lego which includes all sets, all polybags and all SDCC minifig from 2012, 2013 and 2014. This collection is sealed and unopened.

I would like to sell it but I am wondering which site to use to sell it?
Ebay, Amazon, Bricklink.com, Brickowl.com?
How would you go about selling a collection like this?

Thanks for your comments! :)



47 SETS (UNOPENED)
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 4526 - Batman
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 4527 - The Joker
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 4528 - Green Lantern
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 6857 - The Dynamic Duo Funhouse Escape
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 6858 - Catwoman Catcycle City Chase
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 6860 - The Batcave
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 6862 - Superman Vs Power Armor Lex
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 6863 - Batwing Battle Over Gotham City
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 6864 - The Batmobile and the Two-Face Chase
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 10937 - Batman: Arkham Asylum Breakout
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 50003 - Batman - Boardgame
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 76000 - Arctic Batman vs Mr Freeze - Aquaman on Ice
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 76001 - Batman vs Bane - Tumbler chase
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 76002 - Superman: Metropolis Showdown
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 76003 - Superman: Battle of Smallville
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 76009 - Superman: Black Zero Escape
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 10672 - Defend the Batcave
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 76010 - Batman: The Penguin Face off
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 76011 - Batman: Man-Bat Attack
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 76012 - Batman: The Riddler Chase
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 76013 - Batman: The Joker Steam Roller
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 76023 - The Tumbler
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 4529 - Iron Man
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 4530 - Hulk
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 4597 - Captain America
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 6865 - Captain America's Avenging Cycle
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 6866 - Wolverine's Chopper Showdown
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 6867 - Loki's Cosmic Cube Escape
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 6868 - Hulk's Helicarrier Breakout
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 6869 - Quinjet Aerial Battle
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 6873 - Spider-Man's Doc Ock Ambush
2013 - MARVEL - Ref 76004 - Spider-Man - Spider-Cycle Chase
2013 - MARVEL - Ref 76005 - Spider-Man - Daily Bugle Showdown
2013 - MARVEL - Ref 76006 - Iron Man: Extremis Sea Port Battle
2013 - MARVEL - Ref 76007 - Iron Man: Malibu Mansion
2013 - MARVEL - Ref 76008 - Iron Man vs. The Mandarin: Ultimate Battle
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 10665 - Spider-Man Spider-Car Pursuit
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 76014 - Spider-Trike vs Electro
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 76015 - Doc Ock: Attack of the Truck
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 76016 - Rescue of the Spider-Hell
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 76017 - Captain America vs Hydra
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 76018 - Hulk Lab Smash
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 76019 - Starblaster Showdown
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 76020 - Knowhere Escape Mission
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 76021 - The Milano Spaceship Rescue
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 76022 - X-Men vs The Sentinel
2015 - MARVEL - Ref 76042 - The Shield Helicarrier

SDCC (UNOPENED)
2012 - DC Comics - SDCC - Shazam (Only 1000 were made by Lego)
2012 - DC Comics - SDCC - Bizarro (Only 1000 were made by Lego)
2013 - DC Comics - SDCC - Black and Silver Superman (Very Rare, Only 200 were made by Lego)
2013 - DC Comics - SDCC - Green Arrow (Very Rare, Only 200 were made by Lego)
2014 - DC Comics - SDCC - Batman of Zur-En-Arrh (Only 1750 were made by Lego)
2014 - DC Comics - SDCC - Batman Classic TV Series Batmobile (Only 1000 were made by Lego)
2012 - MARVEL - SDCC - Venom (Only 1000 were made by Lego)
2012 - MARVEL - SDCC - Phoenix (Only 1000 were made by Lego)
2013 - MARVEL - SDCC - Spiderman (Very Rare, Only 325 were made by Lego)
2013 - MARVEL - SDCC - Spiderwoman (Very Rare, Only 325 were made by Lego)
2014 - MARVEL - SDCC - Guardians of the Galaxy The Collector (Only 1750 were made by Lego)
2014 - MARVEL - SDCC - Rocket Racoon's Warbird (Only 1000 were made by Lego)
2015 - MARVEL - SDCC - Marvel Throne of Ultron (Only 1500 were made by Lego)

28 POLYBAG (UNOPENED)
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 30160 - Batman Jetski
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 30161 - Batmobile
2012 - DC Comics - Ref 30164 - Lex Luthor
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 30166 - Robin and Redbird Cycle
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 5001623 - Jor-El
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 30300 - The Batman Tumbler
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 30301 - The Batwing
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 5002126 - Martian Manhunter
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 5004081 - Plastic Man
2015 - DC Comics - Ref 30303 - The Joker Bumper Car
2016 - DC Comics - Ref 30446 - The Batmobile
2016 - DC Comics - Ref 30603 - Batman classic Tv series - Mr Freeze
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 30162 - Quinjet
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 30163 - Thor and the Cosmic Cube
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 30165 - Hawkeye with Equipment
2012 - MARVEL - Ref 5000022 - Hulk
2013 - MARVEL - Ref 30167 - Iron Man vs. Fighting Drone
2013 - MARVEL - Ref 30168 - Gun Mounting System
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 30302 - Spider-Man
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 5002125 - Electro
2014 - MARVEL - Ref 5002145 - Rocket Racoon
2015 - MARVEL - Ref 30304 - Avengers Quinjet
2015 - MARVEL - Ref 30305 - Spider-Man Super Jumper
2015 - MARVEL - Ref 5002943 - Winter Soldier
2015 - MARVEL - Ref 5003048 - Hulk
2016 - MARVEL - Ref 30447 - Captain America's Motorcycle
2016 - MARVEL - Ref 30448 - Spiderman Vs the Venom Symbiote
2016 - MARVEL - Ref 5002946 - Iron Man Silver Centurion

DVD / BOOK / BOX (UNOPENED)
DC Comics
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 5002889 - Electro Suit Batman (Book with Minifig)
2013 - DC Comics - Ref 5002202 - Clark Kent (DVD with Minifig)
2014 - DC Comics - Ref 5004076 - Super boy - (Box with 4 Minifig)
2014 - DC Comics - Batzarro (DVD with Minifig)
2015 - DC Comics - Ref 5004077 - Lightning Lad (Box with 4 Minifig)
2015 - DC Comics - Trickster (DVD with Minifig)
2016 - DC Comics - Ref 30604 - Cosmic boy (DVD with Minifig)
2016 - DC Comics - Batman Pirate (Book with Minifig)

Comments

  • BumblepantsBumblepants DFWMember Posts: 6,902
    I would list the big Tumbler ASAP as a new one is about to be announced which will probably cause the old one to drop in value.
    fdoffinygmonkey76DeMontesYellowcastleSumoLegoPitfall69
  • HuwHuw Brickset Towers, Hampshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 6,890
    It depends if you want a quick sale or best price, and how much effort you want to put in.

    Quick sale, list on eBay, either individually or in one or several large lots, depending on how much work you're prepared to put in. More lots=better price overall.

    Best price, but it might take years to shift it all, put on BrickLink individually.
    fdoffinyMarshallmarioFizyxgmonkey76KungFuKennypvp3020Bengh_Zeran
  • samiam391samiam391 A log cabin in PA, United StatesMember Posts: 4,376
    Sent you a PM! I'd be interested in a lot of those figures :)
    KungFuKennygmonkey76SumoLegofdoffinySwitchfoot55Fizyx
  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 0 miles to Legoboy's houseMember Posts: 11,444
    samiam391 said:
    Sent you a PM! I'd be interested in a lot of those figures :)
    You smell SDCC Minifigures like most people smell good cooking ;)
    Fizyxgmonkey76KungFuKennySumoLegoSwitchfoot55
  • 12651265 The Great State of TexasMember Posts: 1,008
    edited May 22
    fdoffiny said:
    Hello,

    I have a very large collection of Lego which includes all sets, all polybags and all SDCC minifig from 2012, 2013 and 2014. This collection is sealed and unopened.

    That's not a very large collection.  The best thing you got going for you is the SDCC minifigs. GL!!
  • FireFox31FireFox31 NH, USAMember Posts: 94
    Your challenge is getting the best return for your time spent.
    I would sell them individually on eBay.  Selling even two sets at once will reduce the number of people who are interested, thus reduce price.
    Use some sort of bulk listing program.  That should let you offline compose the listing titles, prices, descriptions, weights, and sizes.  Then you can upload them all at once.  Sell around 10 per week so you don't have to ship them out all at once, avoiding delays.
    The real question is: what price to ask.  I would list them all as auction with prices starting at 10% above MSRP.  That saves you the hassle of researching the price for each one and asking a Buy It Now (though that may get you better prices).  It also has a decent chance of selling them all on the first pass, avoiding the time expense of relisting.  Of course, research the SDCC prices so their starting price is more accurate.
    Bengh_Zeran
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