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I buy investment sets based on two criteria: (1) I think they'll appreciate in value. (2) If I'm wrong, they'll still be fun to build eventually and keep in my collection. I know I for one will still be glad to have a Tumbler even if it doesn't make a huge return. I can't say the same for Merida's games. Others may feel the oppositte, of course.

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On 2/3/2016 at 5:39 PM, BennyTano said:

I buy investment sets based on two criteria: (1) I think they'll appreciate in value. (2) If I'm wrong, they'll still be fun to build eventually and keep in my collection. I know I for one will still be glad to have a Tumbler even if it doesn't make a huge return. I can't say the same for Merida's games. Others may feel the oppositte, of course.

I think the Tumbler will produce a good return in the long run given it is a very nice piece of set. I personally had one and very much enjoyed building it. It's just simple beautiful.

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Hi guys! I just bought the Two-face chase set that just retired a week ago. I bought it at $45.00 from ebay, and now the price is at $78.55 on Amazon. So I think ebay is a good seller for retired Lego sets like that.

 

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