stop this madness

Discussion in 'Transformers On Ebay' started by wrecker, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. wrecker

    wrecker Particle man

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  2. grimlock1972

    grimlock1972 "No Mas" My Wallet

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    Madness in deed when are people gonna learn toy packaging errors don't hold extra value to the vast majority of collectors, most and especially the MISB/MOSC crowd want perfect packaging and to them an error like this might be undesirable.
     
  3. John_Force

    John_Force 16xNHRA Funny Car Champ TFW2005 Supporter

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    This is Madness?
    THIS IS EBAY!!
     
  4. biscuits

    biscuits Sin from Genesis

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    This is e(>:'D)bay!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. motorhead9999

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    I dunno... Star Wars collectors are probably the most fanatical people I know when it comes to variants, errors and such. I'm sure there's star wars people out there who would snatch that if they saw it.
     
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    I agree. If any is any following for error collections, I would have to say it would be Star Wars collectors. I know some of the rarer error's used to go for a couple of hundred bucks depending on how rare it is.
     
  7. Lion

    Lion Will bite you!

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    I've actually seen this quite a bit for this series. It wouldn't surprise me if they were clever repacks...I finally opened a zuckuss and they are quite easy to open, a little steam could probably open em undamaged, and glue/silicone could seal em...but there is a small niche collectors for packing errors.
     
  8. Automorpher

    Automorpher Autobot Slut!

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    QFT!

    Well, I used to be downright anal about all these "variant cards" on SW figures, especially during POTF era. (All those .00, .01 & .02 etc) And who can forget the 1/2 Circle Boba Fett, Full-Circle Boba Fetts, Luke Brown/Tan Vest etc? :wink: 

    I just have to own 'em all.

    But I'm sure glad that I've since moved on & practically sold all those pieces. (About 8 years back)

    Time wasting gets you nowhere when I think back. :lol 
     
  9. Blackout32

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    I'm a SW collector but I don't see much difference in that card back to say that it would be worth anything down the road as a ERROR card back. The TAC line was pretty much the END of all those varient error cards cause their was alot in that line as I have some.
     

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