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Thats fantastic on the Avengers. Eek

How did i miss that ? Confused

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Posts: 28273 | Location: wolverhampton staffs uk | Registered: July 19, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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today I got in (2) MCC98 Sketchagraph cards won off eBAY ~$17 each;
they are the first two I've added to my collection in a year.

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Posts: 1807 | Location: Woodstock, GA | Registered: June 26, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Last week I won a Charmed Connections case loader for $9.99 Smile
 
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Not card related, but very cool to me anyway...

I bid on a set of 4 New Battlestar Galactica DVD's in a presentation holder. The picture was not so good, but I thought I knew what I was bidding on.

Sure enough when they arrived, this is the Emmy Screener DVD's for Battlestar Galactica. [the DVD's they send out to those that vote on the Emmy's so they are familiar with the show] The entire 2nd season on special printed DVD's and in a nice slipcase. There was even a 5th DVD which was the Emmy Screener for the episode Pegasus.

The damage? $20, delivered.

I'm a very happy camper.

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Collecting Sketches of the Character Crystal

 
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just got this for $300

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Posts: 4508 | Location: United Kingdom | Registered: March 19, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Just received my package of Buffy: The Story Continues I recently bought. A near master set containing:

a complete, basic 81 card set of Buffy The Vampire Slayer The Story Continues made in 2003 by Ikon (Australia) PLUS 9 card insert set Sunnydale Evil PLUS 9 card insert set Shattered PLUS the 6 card insert set The Gang PLUS the 4 card insert set Buffy & Spike (RARE!!!!) PLUS the 2 box loader cards PLUS the Binder Card PLUS the official binder.

Since I already got the 4 promo's that leaves me only to find the two case-topper cards!. The cards are all in excellent condition. I got this for $128,67 excl. postage. Needless to say I am very thrilled Big Grin

Now I can count the cards I miss of all the Buffysets (excluding the auto's) on one hand Dance

yes... I still miss the PW2 Wink
 
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Thx Mom!
 
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Just picked up a Bret Hart WCW/nWo auto card for £10 - well chuffed with that considering it's listed at $100 in the latest NSU Smile

Even better is that I've just noticed it in another seller's shop £155!!!
 
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Just picked up a Robots The Movie case of 10 boxes for equivilent of £82!

I know the price of these has plummeted recently, but I think that £8.20 per box works out great considering you are guaranteed a sketch in every box.

I remember paying £35 a box for these when they first came out!

*fingers crossed I get a Martineck or two when I open it!*

Will post the case breakdown once its arrived and opened!

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brilliant finds everyone

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i got my bargin of the year so far which was ray parks toad auto for 99p

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heres link ray park auto

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For the postage he deserves a Twak

It is no surprise that nobody bid.

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i know but was listed in wrong cat as well but he goes for £30 ish so i didnt complain on £5.49 including postage

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These came eariler in the week but I forgot to post.

Picked up two of the original gum sets from The Empire Strikes Back, Series 1 for £7.64 & Series 2 for £6.11. Not particulaly rare or valuable but both sets were compiled by the US seller from rack-packs so there the cards are absolutely MINT with no gum-stains in sight. Beautiful. Drool
 
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The force is strong with this purchase. Smile

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Are you mad? At a possible 99p for the actual card £5.49 seems like nothing!




I agree, over all a great buy but the seller did not know it would sell for 99p when he set the rip off postage rate. Sellers like that are not worth encouraging.

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Picked up a lost S2 PW7 Variant with a lot of Black on for £8.64.

Will try and post a pic soon.
 
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The force is strong with this purchase. Smile


Thanks, I thought so! Big Grin With all the Star Wars sets out there it can get a little confusing so I thought I'd get the sets made at time of release - very nostalgic. Plus the cards really are in perefect condition, they're better than some of my modern stuff and for a set 27 years old thats quite something.
 
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Are you mad? At a possible 99p for the actual card £5.49 seems like nothing!




I agree, over all a great buy but the seller did not know it would sell for 99p when he set the rip off postage rate. Sellers like that are not worth encouraging.


But if the buyer factors in the p&p cost it rip-off postage rate really makes no difference. In the end it looks like they shot thmeselves in the foot and besides we can call selling a £30-£50 card for 99p their suitable come-uppance! Big Grin
 
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