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80s Space/Technic/Police Lego

Andyj26Andyj26 Whitley Bay Member Posts: 16
Hi,

I've been searching through the garage and have found the following instructions/boxes etc.  I also have two massive boxes of unbuilt bricks corresponding to them!  Would it be possible to get some indicative pricing for then please?

6808 + partial box
6892
6885 plus box
6884
6951 + box cover
6809 + box cover
222 catalogue
6931 + box
6871 + partial box
6845
6825
6846
6826 + partial box
6842
6806 + partial box
6824
6825 + partial box
6928 + box sleeve
6844 + partial box
6522 + partial box
6822
6870
6872 x 2 + partial box x 2
6985 + box cover
8843 + box cover
6971
6952 + box cover
6970
6932
8851 + box cover
8640 + box cover
6980 + box cover
6780 + partial box
6882 + partial box
8620 + box cover
6750
6893
6926 + box sleeve
6847 + partial box
6823 partial box
6847
6823
6804
6891
8860 box

There may be many others too

Thanks
Andy

Comments

  • PJ76ukPJ76uk EnglandMember Posts: 759
    edited December 2021
    If the sets are complete you can find the used price on Brickset of Bricklink. You can put a # in front of the number to link it to Brickset ie #6808 just scroll down to Set Details and it should list current value new and used.

    #6808 + partial box
    #6885 plus box
    #6951 + box cover
    #6809 + box cover
    222 catalogue
    #6931 + box
    #6871 + partial box
    #6826 + partial box
    #6806 + partial box
    #6825 + partial box
    #6928 + box sleeve
    #6844 + partial box
    #6522 + partial box
    #6872 x 2 + partial box x 2
    #6985 + box cover
    #8843 + box cover
    #6952 + box cover
    #8851 + box cover
    #8640 + box cover
    #6980 + box cover
    #6780 + partial box
    #6882 + partial box
    #8620 + box cover
    #6926 + box sleeve
    #6847 + partial box
    #6823 partial box
    #8860 box
    Mr_CrossKungFuKennymadforLEGO
  • Mr_CrossMr_Cross East Anglia (UK)Member Posts: 1,620
    Depends on condition of it all really.

    As is, unsorted, you'd get a ballpark value by weight. £7-£10 per Kg (very much dependent on condition and presence of minifigures).
    However, if you can be bothered to sort and reunite bricks with boxes and instructions - you have a lot of good stuff there and I would say it would be well worth your investment in time.
    Start with the big sets #6985 for example should be pretty easy to extract, it's £120 minimum if complete in good condition with instructions... probably more!

    Price/value of each set can be found by searching sold prices on ebay. Bricklink sold will also help, but tend to be higher than you'll actually get on ebay. Selling here without any history of trading you might need to knock off 15%. Photos will help too.

    Good luck!
    Andyj26KungFuKenny
  • Andyj26Andyj26 Whitley Bay Member Posts: 16
    Looks like I know what I'm doing this holiday!  Will start putting them all together again!
    madforLEGOMr_CrossMaffyD
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