View Full Version : I seek more knowledge (this time about minifigs)

07-05-2005, 05:52 PM
I admit it. SSG isnt the only star wars collecting site I post at;) (i do post the most here tho). Its a long story but my question comes down to this: what is the value of the following combine;

fleshtone Han from Falcon
fleshtone Leia from Falcon
3 battle droids w/ guns
Yellow clone w/ pistols from Turbo Tank
regular clone w/ jetpack thingy from Turbo Tank
I asked the guy who i want to trade/sell these to what a reasonable offer was, but i wanted to know from a 3rd party; especially one that i know i can trust:)

Any ideas on price moenywise?

Thanks in advance!

Mandalorian Candidat
07-05-2005, 07:08 PM
That's a hard one. I suspect the Leia and those particular clones should be a little pricey since they are only found in two specific sets. You can always just buy the Leia hair from a collector site (bricklink.com ???) for a fairly cheap amount (<$2), use a female head, like Hermione from HP3, and use a Hoth Rebel Soldier body from one of the snowspeeder sets. The EP3 clones are only in two sets, the Scout Walker and the CTT so I would expect them to go for maybe $4-5.

The Han I would just get from a MEC set cause they're on clearance at TRU and swap out the yellow face with a generic flesh one. That one I wouldn't pay more than $2 for.

The BDs are dime a dozen due to the 6+1 pilot droid from the Battle Droid Carrier sets and all the other ones they shipped with. I would take them for $1-1.50 per unless they are the red ones from EP2, then maybe $2-2.50 per.

That's just what I would pay for them. I bet JT would have a better handle on value.

07-05-2005, 09:13 PM
I actually have no idea at all what they'd be worth, they're all fairly rare pieces as whole items but as pointed out, some can be parted cheaper. Still, on Bricklink, Hoth Leia alone is being offered for over $13, not that I know they have sales but those sellers may know what they're talking about.

Just a really rough guesstimate, but I'd say $25 minimum for the lot, and that's considerably less than they'd be on bricklink.

07-05-2005, 09:54 PM
you guys are the best!

07-06-2005, 01:26 AM
One thing you can do is check ebay for how much they are going for. It would help you gauge the prices somewhat on the open market.

07-06-2005, 11:02 PM
Bricklink is an open market, their users are the ones selling the items there.

07-07-2005, 12:45 AM
I have checked Bricklickers a few times. There prices seem to high, Ebay was cheaper on the stuff I checked.

07-08-2005, 03:50 AM
Ah, ok. Well, when numbers are crunched on this, I would be interested to know thoughts and results.