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What would you pay for this random lot?

ranlepranlep Greenbrier, TNMember Posts: 29
hey lego peeps,

A friend of mine recently offered me a completely random lot of Lego sets.
Here's what he has:

#79002
#79003
#9467
#9466
#6869
#9525
#7962

His only condition is he wants to keep the lot together, no splitting it up. He's offering me first crack before he puts them up on ebay.

The Star Wars sets I could use, since I don't have them. The others are interesting but there's nothing there that gives me that "OMG, I got to have" feeling for.

My questions to you guys/gals is:

What would you pay for this lot if it were offered to you?

And the resale value of the sets in general?

Appreciate the help
thanks
Randy

Comments

  • samiam391samiam391 A log cabin in PA, United StatesMember Posts: 4,431
    edited January 2013
    Randy,
    These are all current, in production sets (with #7962 on the edge), so the simplest way to calculate their actual worth is to simply go on LEGO.com and add all their prices up! Simple as that. If you want resale, just take a percentage of each set off (20, 30, whatever), and add that number up to get what you would offer. Considering all of these sets are still in production, it isn't the best for a resale lot, unless you got a great bulk discount.
  • FollowsCloselyFollowsClosely Member Posts: 1,214
    Some set there must be just months old, strange lot here.

    http://www.brickset.com/search/?query=79002-1,79003-1,9467-1,9466-1,6869-1,9525-1,7962-1

    Retail was around $400 to $450, so offer $200.
  • thorniethornie Member Posts: 245
    edited January 2013
    $200-$250. That's a great lot!
  • ranlepranlep Greenbrier, TNMember Posts: 29
    Thanks for the input guys.

    I'll offer him $200 and see what happens.

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