Collector's Call

Started by Sir Masksalot, May 25, 2020, 12:57:42 AM

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Plastic Nebula

Quote from: Mike Scott on July 06, 2023, 11:17:48 PM
Fortunately, for me, it was a shallow hole.  ;D

That hole is called a Lagoon in your case Mike.  :D

BRICK

As per tonight's episode, as optimistic as I might be about the worth of my own collection, I find it very hard to believe that built up versions of the Aurora monsters would be worth $1,500 apiece; even first editions with the best of paint jobs. Especially, since the later Aurora reissues all still have the original 1960's copyright date, and they have been re-released about a zillion times since then! But, hey, if someone is willing to pay that... ;) ;) ;)
When times are dark, don't consider art to be merely a distraction; rather, think of it as a lifeline-  Neil Gaiman paraphrase.

Sir Masksalot

Quote from: BRICK on September 18, 2023, 02:40:45 AM
As per tonight's episode ... first editions with the best of paint jobs

'Painted by the collector's father >



Other items up for appraisal >









Hepcat

Quote from: BRICK on September 18, 2023, 02:40:45 AM...I find it very hard to believe that built up versions of the Aurora monsters would be worth $1,500 apiece; even first editions with the best of paint jobs.

All I can say is that I wouldn't pay even 10% of that price.

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Collecting! It's what I do!

Sir Masksalot



'A few images from last weekend's show >



In and around the collection of Shawn and Gina Sheridan >













   









The items appraised >