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Best way to sell collection - UK

Mojojojo86Mojojojo86 Member Posts: 4
Hi all,

With a heavy heart I am having to sell a lot of the Lego I have accumulated over the years.

What is the best way to do this, would it be better to sell each item individually or sell the whole thing as a lot.

I've attached a list of the sets I have, I'm selling all minus the cargo train. I have the instructions and boxes for nearly all.

I also have some older sets such as 6077, 5988 and 6989 which I want to move as well.

Any suggestions?


  • Mojojojo86Mojojojo86 Member Posts: 4
    Posted in wrong area, can't seem to delete it
  • Mr_CrossMr_Cross Member Posts: 1,713
    My advice would be to sell individually. Set a price you'd like for each and add a new comment to your marketplace thread. Using the 'hashtag shortcut' will help buyers identify your sets too... simply add # before the set number and the forum will automatically link to the main database. For example: #76054
  • Mojojojo86Mojojojo86 Member Posts: 4
    Rgr. In terms of pricing should there be a guide to follow? Or is there any good reference websites?
  • Toc13Toc13 Member Posts: 1,150
    Have a check on each sets page on here & that shows both the rrp & the bricklink pricing (RoW, EU & UK). That should give you a rough idea of what people are asking for (although you'd have to go to the sets on bricklink to see what sort of prices they've been selling for)
  • The_RancorThe_Rancor Member Posts: 2,626
    The Wolverine Chopper Showdown is pretty desirable (Deadpool obvs.) but yes as per above the average last 6 months sold prices on Bricklink are usually a pretty good indicator based on new/sealed/used quality. But in my experience it fluctuates slightly throughout the year - and selling between September and Christmas is often the best time.

    Super lots which includes tonnes of items can be quite off putting - I've found things I like multiple times that are part of a super lot but 99% of it I don't want. If everything goes individually, it may trickle out gradually but it should be going steadily even if not all at once.
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