If packaged, figures will range from $4-$8 except for Sio Bibble, TC-14 and Padme with Ascencion gun those are a bit higher (maybe $10-$15), regular size vehicles $10-$15. Loose figures probably $3-$6. Here is the Ep I line archive ar Rebelscum, where the original retail prices are listedI looking to sell my complete Episode I collection, I've got all 3 3/4 figures and vehicles. can anyone point in the right direction for pricing?
Thanks, everything is still in the original package and in good to near-mint condition. Plus, I have the large vehicles (Naboo Star Cruiser, Fambaa, Podracers, etc.), anyone looking to get them?If packaged, figures will range from $4-$8 except for Sio Bibble, TC-14 and Padme with Ascencion gun those are a bit higher (maybe $10-$15), regular size vehicles $10-$15. Loose figures probably $3-$6. Here is the Ep I line archive ar Rebelscum, where the original retail prices are listed
Rebelscum.com: Episode I Photo Archive
_Lee_, I'm with you. Darth Maul is the best character of the Pre Trilogy. The Darth Maul Tatooine Action fig looks the coolest IMO. And it's also tragic that he was killed off so quickly. Maul was the only saving grace of EP I and they killed him. No escape and no revenge. I said this in another post, it would have been nice to see him off Jar Jar at a minimum.Am mainly into vintage toys,collectables and anything old school-but im starting an episode 1 collection,as it was the first film at the cinema i took my 5 year old lad Sonny to last year.It also brought back memories of the hype in the mid to late 90,s and i like the look of the Ep 1 toys-kind of the last vintage lookng card bubble style before the large bubble crud from 2002 onwards
So hopefully,ill have a full eisode 1 collection that i am building with,and for my son.
Oh yeah-Darth Maul is still the best character of the PT.
No luck on the instructions, but I'll keep my eyes peeled!Hello! I found a loose electronic Naboo Royal Starship at a flea market yesterday. It had everything but NOT the box or instruction book. Anyone have a scan of the instruction book you can send me? I searched Google for a long time but I didn't find anything. Thanks!!
I love that ship. The MISB ones are priced way too high at the moment. Nice pickin' though. If I come across a digital scan, I'll let you know.Hello! I found a loose electronic Naboo Royal Starship at a flea market yesterday. It had everything but NOT the box or instruction book. Anyone have a scan of the instruction book you can send me? I searched Google for a long time but I didn't find anything. Thanks!!
As much as I like EP1 toys (IMHO the line is quite underrated), $10 is overpriced for most of the figures....except for the rare ones like Sio Bibble, Hologram Emperor, etc. Those red cards peg-warmed for many years after they were first released in '99...Saw a bunch of carded Ep. I figures at an antique store today, all marked $10 each (wishful thinking on the seller's part, heh). Even though I don't collect PT stuff, I will admit I was half tempted to pick up the Pit Droid 2-pack. They also had Bibble and ascension gun Padme, which if memory serves, were not easy to find at retail back in the day. I left them all to collect dust for another 15 years, lol.
Not sure but I think they are cool as hell and I have them displayed in my collection and always get asked about them.Is there any kind of value to the figures that had the bonus battle droids and pit droids? I have a few of them in my collection but looking to see where I can cut it down a bit.
I've been feeling a bit nostalgic for the E1 hype machine lately in this relatively quiet leadup to TFA. There was just so much excitement in the air at the time and the toyline took the sculpt details and paint up a level or two from what we had seen before (whereas the rumors for the TFA toyline have it taking the line back one or more levels...). I still remember buying the Tatooine Padme at Celebration Denver (my first TPM figure) and being blown away by the dry-brushing and multiple layers of paint. I still think that figure holds up well in sculpt and paint detail even though the articulation leaves a bit to the imagination.