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The Lego 2014 SDCC Azog!
This item includes:
•A rare Minifigure from San Diego Comic Con
I would maybe consider purchasing it, but the missing "staff" is a deal breaker.
It went from 5 to 7 sold in the 40 seconds it took me to Google r7-5wf. What are the odds this guy is buying his won stuff and what are the odds it works?
Edit: and it is up to 9 after posting this.
Edit #2: he did not accept an offer of $2.
Ehat exactly went on there and why? Theories?
Saw this on craigslist. I don't think there will be many takers.
I didn't know you could have you Lego boxes graded.
A starting price of £6K, with an undisclosed reserve:
....And, I thought the underside of #10221 was ugly! A touch optimistic, perhaps?
Oh, crap. I just made that up, move along, move along. (Cover still intact.) Back to counting UCS MFs, GGs and Taj Mahals.
Hypothetically, of course, if such a place existed. Which it doesn't.
(Whew! Almost blew my own cover.)
Not ridiculous but kind of scary. As someone who generally only buys used I was wondering how long until the knock-offs trickled down into used Lord. I was super excited at first but then I realized it was definitely too good to be true. Looked closely at the studs and none of them have lego.
P.S. I'll take care of the shipping for you :)
Notice that the number of buyers of the older 10179 has tapered off.... but the "sales price" of the sellers has yet to kick in.....