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Nobody wants those.
-continuing to stumble throw low-hanging fruit-
Good job I'm not a box guy. This eBay purchase arrived wrapped in bubble wrap with the label stuck on the bubble wrap, and the bubble wrap taped to the box... Did wonder why it was reduced...
I can't tell if the ship is backwards, the people are backwards or if the Titanic had torpedo tubes in the bow of the ship?
Which could still be horrifying lol
Imagine if it turned up creased! You'd be devastated.
@Mr_Cross if that's the case I'm glad the ebay emails about the auction ending soon went astray, wouldn't want to open up some Lego and find that!
It doesn't look like dog/cat excreta, unless cats do something really weird that I am completely unaware of!
Either way, that is one of the oddest things I've seen in a long time!
@jason1976 Please email the seller and ask him WTF that is! I'm going to die confused, unless this is resolved! :-D ;-)
The Ebay seller got the date wrong, it was 1985, not 1988. But he did get one thing right... this figure is rarer than Mr. Gold, since only attendees of that Anniversary celebration soiree got this special minifig, with many parts chromed.
My own image of a set of 4 of the anniversary glasses (without their minifigs)...
This auction seems very ridiculously priced, and many folks think that this is a fake... but it is the real thing...