Ree-Yees 65 Back, Lili Ledy MOC, Made in Mexico

Fawns61

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Hi

Following on from my Lili Ledy question in the vintage chat thread, I am posting more photos on here in order to try and get a valuation, please.
Sorry that the photos are not as clear as I'd like for the weapon.

As per the title, this is a vintage Star Wars Ree-Yees figure on a ROTJ Kenner card, 65 back. Made in Mexico, so looking at a Lili Ledy one.

The bubble is still clear. It has a small split at the top, an indent-crease on the bottom right, and a tiny indent above the left foot.
The card has creases and scuffs in places and some sticker marks front and back.
There is some paint wear on the front and a tiny hole/indent on the back

If anyone is interested in it, please post on here - otherwise it will be going back on Evilbay

Thank you in advance :)
 

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Darkest_Logic

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hi mate,

I am no expert with this moc but normally these mocs are common to find.

Bonus is that its a Mexico one so bubble is clear but sadly with the crack / split to the bubble its a tricky one to value.

Personally for me, £60 posted or best offer.

Hopefully some more values will come in (y)

Good luck with the sale!!
 

Hod10

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If the bubble is cracked, I'd probably want around £120 if I was selling this on eBay. Selling for less might get you a quick sale but then someone could buy it just to take the mint figure off the card.
 

Mini99

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All MIM cards had the hole on the rear as far as I'm aware, as for valuation I would be saying £60
 

Fawns61

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Hi, thanks for the varied comments, folks.
I've put it on at £85 and will see what happens :)
Ebay buyers are a 'force' unto themselves - some things listed cheaper can sell more expensively the next time, and vice-versa, ha ha
 

lejackal

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This is where you need to view the correct eBay site with the correct location information. It actually sold for sub 135 USD, not the inflated figure you see that includes VAT.

If you view the source code on the correct .com address with your location showing as USA you should be able to get the actual offer accepted.
 

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Fawns61

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@lejackal , that's a good tip for future reference, thanks :)

I personally just tend to check UK prices as international ones can vary so much, depending on availability, postage charges etc.

This thread is certainly causing some reactions and debate - remember folks, it's just abit of plastic at the end of the day :)
 

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