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21304 - Doctor Who

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  1. 1. Were you familiar with The Doctor before the set?

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34 minutes ago, wotguvnotmeguv said:

The last sub-£50 sets on Amazon UK seem to have gone. Now listed at £5-£10 over RRP.

Dutch RRP for this set was €64,99. And they're still being offered on Marktplaats below RRP (several offers between €55 and €60). 

WALL-E on the other hand (Dutch RRP of €49,99) is now moving towards €80 cash on average for NISB.

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You can still get 21304 for less than £40 on eBay if you're patient. Going to take a very long time to realise any investment on this one.

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8 minutes ago, legochris said:

You can still get 21304 for less than £40 on eBay if you're patient. Going to take a very long time to realise any investment on this one.

Going rate at £40 - £45 on eBay with those volumes in June, 6 months after retirement and 50% discounts is very promising.  

It'll be a while, but not a long time.  Most people should be sitting on £25/£30 buy ins.   

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The good thing is that this set doesn't take up a lot of space and is easy money even now with a £22 average buy-in. I think this will do well a couple of years from now.

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2 minutes ago, Val-E said:

The new Doctor is a woman - the first ever. I wonder how this will affect demand for this set.

JUST read that lol. It will be interesting to see.

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There's been a noticeable rise this week on eBay. We're starting to touch $100 shipped* in the US. Go, Turdis, Go!

 

*That's £77 shipped for you Fish & Chip Types.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, The Leveller said:

They are still a lot cheaper on Bricklink. But I'm glad at least there is some appreciation.

There are several sets cheaper in the meantime on BrickLink than on Ebay - this was never the case before...

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33 minutes ago, mauro23 said:

There are several sets cheaper in the meantime on BrickLink than on Ebay - this was never the case before...

What? Bricklink is normally the cheapest place for sets - logical as there is less fruitcake traffic and commissions are lowest.

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3 minutes ago, Val-E said:

What? Bricklink is normally the cheapest place for sets - logical as there is less fruitcake traffic and commissions are lowest.

No, look at 10179 and the Ebay sold prices in EU....

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I don´t think it´s a good example being such a high price and rare set you will get more scammers selling "cheap" on ebay not to mention fakes.

For normal retired sets usually the selling price order is local CL / brickowl / bricklink / ebay / amazon / amazon fba and finally catawiki where everyone is a billionaire.

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15 minutes ago, Villager Chris said:

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Still for sale from Amazon. 

This is slightly below RRP, while it was available for much less most of the time. Only one more in stock, so probably gone by the end of the day. 

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5 hours ago, Legojona said:

This is slightly below RRP, while it was available for much less most of the time. Only one more in stock, so probably gone by the end of the day. 

I'm OK with that as I only paid £22 for mine ;-) It's all about arbitrage these days.

 

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According to eBay sold prices, selling all Minifigs separately, and then auctioning the Tardis and console room together in a lot of their own is currently good for £50-£60.

The set price has stagnated a little more than I’d like, but hopefully Jodie Whittaker is going to give this one a shot in the arm.

Anyone identified parts to make a serviceable representation of her hair and costume?

 

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Sold mine for £50 all in. Additional postage costs for parting out would probably mean making less. Need to think about costs, both in terms of costs and more importantly time

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