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Small Soldiers Figures

by Paul Heaton
(United Kingdom)




i have a small collection of figures / vehicles based on the 1998 film "small soldiers". The items are all boxed and generally in excellent condition.

12"talking chip hazard (some damage to box)
12"talking archer
freakenstein (some damage to box)
slamfist
punchit
insaniac
buzzsaw tank
power drill cycle

I am uk based and am looking to sell the collection.

could you advise

yours sincerely

Paul Heaton

Ans

Hi Paul,

In order to find out the "ball park" value of these figures I there are several alternatives.

i) google them. This will give you a list of stores that have these in stock and ebay auctions current open for these figures. This should give you a general idea of the current value and/or "retail value".

ii) Check figure valuing publications such as Toyfare and Tomarts for price guides.

iii) Ebay- this is probably one of your best resources. Go into the advanced search option and do a search for "completed listings" "sold only" "last 90 days" (I believe 90 days is the furthest back you can get this information free).

Remember all this will only give you an "estimate" of the value or "percieved" value as 99% of the time the price will depend on how badly the person you're selling to wants them, their condition and the current demand for them.

Also remember that most of the dealers on eBay and the online retailers have overheads to cover such as listing costs, wages, s+h, tax etc and all this are factored into their price.

One of the best places to advertise would be Craig list or one of the oneline auction sites such as eBay or Ioffer.

HTH.

Colin

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