Got a whole bunch of interesting auctions from eBay seller Anglo right here. All of them are near new, with unapplied stickers, which is extremely rare with pieces like these. Headmaster Trizer Trizer, you don't see him very often. One of the six replacement Headmaster heads, released in Japan in 1987. Guard City Try not to balk at the price, folks! This is one of the very last Generation 1 Transformers made in Japan, in a pristine box, unapplied stickers and all. Expensive but you don't see a Guard City very often, never mind in "just off the shelf" condition like this one appears to be. Beastformers Burstsun Set Here's a nice oddity, also from the Headmasters era. This is the "Burstsun" giftset of Beastformers (Battle Beasts in the US). The Beastformers in this set are the ones who featured in the "Rebellion on Planet Beast" episode of Headmasters, and as an added bonus, the version of the White Lion is the special "Burst Sun" version with a one-off sunburst rubsign (that presumably champs the other three rubsigns in the rock-paper-scissors gameplay these guys had going). The seller also has several other rare Japanese Transformers items up for auction, including the huge Grand Maximus, Big Powered giftset of Dai Atlas, Sonic Bomber and Roadfire, plus Transformers Victory's Star Saber and Victory Leo. They might be pricey, but all of them are near-new in box items with unapplied stickers, which simply do not turn up very often.