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Price Check: Large Minifig Collection

ToastypineconeToastypinecone Member Posts: 4
edited October 2012 in Marketplace
Hello! New to these forums, would anyone be so kind as to help me with pricing this collection? It contains Star Wars, Harry Potter, and even Spiderman minifigs, but I'm not sure of the value. Thanks!

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  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 19,645
    Bricklink price guide will give you realistic values.

  • ToastypineconeToastypinecone Member Posts: 4
    It didn't really offer me much aid :/ I'm really just looking for a rough estimate here, my lego-trained eyes are long gone...
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Dunes of TatooineMember Posts: 3,639
    Most of the figs are standard fare and not worth much, say $2-$3 each. Only a few stand-outs, such as Green Goblin (~$15), Vader Imperial Inspection (~$8), Tusken Raiders (~$8 each), and Ep.II Clone Trooper (~$10).

    For the rest, you should just build the rest of the figs as customs and sell in lots of 5 or 10 to go through them for a fast buck. Best of Luck!
  • ToastypineconeToastypinecone Member Posts: 4
    Thanks for the info, I really appreciate it! :)
  • ToastypineconeToastypinecone Member Posts: 4
    Actually I did make a little slenderman that I'm quite proud of :D
  • samiam391samiam391 A log cabin in PA, United StatesMember Posts: 4,374
    You can also take @BrickDancer's prices and throw them on ebay and get a few bucks more for them. Just keep in mind the 15% fees, and calculate that in when you are determining your profit.

    Another idea, if you are feeling adventurous, would be to group all of the figures into one large group and throw it on eBay, worldwide shipping. I find that sometimes people go overboard with large minifigure lots. They see the few gems (in your case, the Green goblin, Imperial inspection and the recon trooper) and bid very high seeing they get them all in one group. They usually do a bad estimate when calculating the rest of the figures, the "bits and pieces", and over pay.

    Either way, best of luck!

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