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I can't open boxes fast enough, I don't understand how someone can have a box and not open it. Thumb Up
 
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I am collecting sealed boxes of inkworks . have about 40ish so far. I collected x-files and I have all the master sets before starting on the inkworks
 
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I made a sealed box list a few years ago. There are 244 on the list. Not all from the same company though.
 
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I have about 130+ sealed boxes so far including all the x-files boxes
 
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Not open a sealed box, is like never opening your present at Christmas time, as you really want to know what's in it!

I'd go mad, mad, mad I tell ya!

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Wow! This is a really neat idea - I think of it as a collection not stock. But that's me.

I have several sealed boxes that I haven't opened only due to ... laziness?? Sometimes I've purchased a box and then a base set off the bay. Not sure why though but I have. Wink
 
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The closest analogy I have to this (since i"d never leave a box sealed!!) is lottery tickets. When Trek lottery tickets came out, the collecting crowd I ran with (we had jackets and everything) bought hundreds of tickets and never scratched a one....

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Wish I'd thought of this when I started collecting Charmed but I doubt I could have kept them sealed forever. That's the only set I'd feel necessary to have a sealed box for but the earlier series boxes are incredibly difficult to come by these days like many INKWORKS products. Great idea.
 
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I am collecting sealed boxes of inkworks . have about 40ish so far. I collected x-files and I have all the master sets before starting on the inkworks


This is very impressive. I'd thought of doing the same thing a few years back but honestly I didn't care for some of their earliest releases enough to put money down on only to then never open them Wink
 
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