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Request Valuation of Bionicle Collection

jacobwithbioniclesjacobwithbionicles Member Posts: 5
edited October 2012 in Buying & Selling Topics
ive been collecting bionicles for a long while ever since i got the first set of models and have since bought the mojority of all the ones brought out, but now i am coming to a time where i have to sell them i am wondering how much i should ask and what are the rare models that have been made

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  • here is a pic please if any one can tell me about any rare models i have or how much it is all worth oh and i have some manuals but they are not in the picture unfortunately
  • here you go sorry i didnt wait for it to upload before
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 19,559
    Try bricklink (www.bricklink.com) for current prices.
  • FatMattFatMatt USMember Posts: 502
    edited September 2012
    Looking at the photo you provided, I would say you don't have any of the more valuable figures. Having the boxes is a plus. Provided you have their instructions. You should be able to get approx between $8-$20 a piece for those in the photo if you sell them individually for Buy It Now(you would probably have to let them sit a while). Unfortunately, the market for the smaller Bionicles, used and unsealed, is not that big(not that the market for sealed is much bigger). If you sold them as a lot, you would probably get a lot less, maybe $5 a piece on a good day.
  • thanks even the ones near the bottom right i think they are the first generation and i was hoping they might be rarer mabey?
  • JosephJoseph Member Posts: 651
    If by bottom right you mean the rahkshi then they're actually "2nd or 3rd generation" but even if they where first, they wouldn't be worth any more, as bionicle sets just don't have much value, sadly.
  • thanks anyway for your help guys even if they are not worth much if what FatMatt says is true and i can get $5 each for them thatll be a nice $250
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