All 395 of my Star Wars action figures are now up on Ebay. They’ll run you at least 700 clams. (Don’t bid unless you really want to buy them, as I will get in trouble if you do that. Not that I think there’s any danger of any of you doing that.)
I’m hoping to get them all gone so I don’t have to go through the hassle of parceling them out into lots, which would require pictures of each lot, a bunch of different auctions, etc. I’d make more money that way, probably, but the extra work isn’t worth it to me if this will work instead.
That guy is the “Jorg Sacul” exclusive limited edition figure, which used to be a pretty HOT RARE LQQK item, but I don’t think is so much anymore. As you can tell, he’s George Lucas in an X-Wing pilot’s suit, and having eaten considerably fewer pies. If I have to split them into lots I’m tempted to separate him out and include with him every iteration of Jar-Jar Binks I own. I may even go BUY more Jar-Jars to include with him.
I already got one message about the auction:
“i offer you 550 including airmail to spain tell em”
The auction wasn’t 24 hours old and this clown wanted me to cancel it and sell the lot to him for $150 less, including air mail. I politely told him, “No thank you.”
Two people are watching the auction but nobody’s bid yet. Usually Ebay auctions do nothing until the last 15 minutes when all the snipe-bots activate.
A sniping bot.
I have some other stuff going up there, such as the Gundams from before, some other Star Wars stuff, and a few other things. I’m even starting to eyeball my Magic cards, since it’s been years since I played.
Thanks to the folks (like Dave) who have been holding my hands through this. Ebay isn’t easy for me, but we’ll see how it goes. Wish me luck!