These are far more valuable bagged (minus 3PO, which is quite common), if they are sealed. You could trade, or sell, these to get nice examples of the same figure. Probably get even more in return. Luke Jedi (Taiwan) bagged recently sold on eBay for $155 and $170. Heck, at that price, you are not too far away from a carded Luke Jedi!Got some bagged figs I plan in recarding on repro cards. Anyone want video of the sacrilege of opening the baggies??
Already got the bagged figures and got one heck of a deal. Im beyond the "value" of something when it comes to collecting. Im just trying to put together a set of the figures I had when I was a kid. Can't afford real ones so reproductions will be just fine.These are far more valuable bagged (minus 3PO, which is quite common), if they are sealed. You could trade, or sell, these to get nice examples of the same figure. Probably get even more in return. Luke Jedi (Taiwan) bagged recently sold on eBay for $155 and $170. Heck, at that price, you are not too far away from a carded Luke Jedi!
The purpose of buying baggie figures is they are new/pristine. For R2 and 3PO is almost the only way of getting a mint figure. I just happened to get all 4 for just over the cost of Luke alone.But I think for the value of a bagged one you could buy a really great loose one and have money left over to pay for the card and bubble and so forth. And maybe even be able to afford more figures total. Then again the baggies gonna crack and dry up and break at some point anyway.
Thanks! I was debating whether I wanted this version or the 47-back ESB card with the 4-LOM offer. Even though that one is technically the earliest release of the TIE Pilot, the "Revenge of the Jedi" offer pushed this version over the top for me.Nice, love the clear bubble
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