Should I sell my Xevoz collection?

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  1. Lord Bacon

    Lord Bacon BACON DUKE

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    here is a picture of all the xevoz figures i have. Not shown are any extra parts. All i ever do with them is keep them in a box, and i don't have room to display them.

    would you sell them or hang onto them?

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  2. Chaos Muffin

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    Where's the pic?

    Sell em if there's anything out now that you're after to cash em in for.

    If not keep em. They may be worth something since it's pretty much a dead line now.
    Few yrs from now people may go grazy over them again and they may increase in value.
    Seen alot of people smacking themselves because they wish they held on to something. Hope that does'nt end up being you :lol 
     
  3. Lord Bacon

    Lord Bacon BACON DUKE

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    ok, pic is added. i decided to sell it, and see what happens. i am a little torn, so i set the price on the high side.
     
  4. Darkravager

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    It's too bad you're selling them in one lot like that. I would be interested in about 7 of them otherwise.
     
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    OmegaSaber Your buttcheeks is warm

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    Ebay:
    I didn't even know they made that many.
     
  6. Lord Bacon

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    if this doesn't sell, i will break them up into smaller lots.
     
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    Lord Bacon BACON DUKE

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    double post demon...
     
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    The eagle xevozs look very cool! Never them in my country, if not I would have snapped them up!
     
  11. Lord Bacon

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    sweeeeeet. i am gonna save this cash for botcon.
     
  12. fezool

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    Not sure yours will actually go much higher.

    Here's a recent auction for nearly every figure in the line, and it only went for $200
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Xevoz-Collectio...Z6054945538QQcategoryZ348QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

    But then you never know when someone's going to get in a bid war. I wish you luck on it.

    Oh, and this line "Hyper Guardian, Infil-Traitor, and Franken'punker were released as Hasbro Toy Shop exclusives, and are also rare." is sort of false. These were across seas for a long time, then Hasbro Toy Shop started selling them. After awhile they started showing up in mass at Biglots and Tuesday Morning stores for $3 each. They only go for for about $3-6 MOC on ebay.

    Actually most figures besides wave 3 don't go for too much. You might have been able to sell only those figures and make roughly the same amount. Especially if you sold them as individual auctions.
     

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