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Re: Clarecraft Figures

Postby chris.ph » Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:39 pm

christ, i wish my dragons of enchantica had gone up in price like that :roll: :D
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Re: Clarecraft Figures

Postby 8838drake » Sun Apr 06, 2014 2:26 pm

The prices of some of these piece have been going for some serious money and I've had to box mine up and store them in the loft. I think its time I dug them out and stuck them on eBay this afternoon. I'm also pretty sure that I still have Trish Baker's Guide to Discworld/Clarecraft figure, complete with updates. Let the auctioning begin!
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Re: Clarecraft Figures

Postby fatgit12 » Tue Aug 12, 2014 9:02 pm

petegolva wrote:Hi The only and best guide to the terry pratchett discworld/clarecraft colection is a loose leaf book by TRISH BAKER who used to work for clarecraft it is also a priceguide its called the colectors guide to discworld figureines ...theres allways one on ebay but dont pay more than £15 for one some silly buggers got one on for a hundred at the moment lol...


Trish contributed to the discworld price guide back in the day, how I got photos of both versions of dw29. Some of Trish's guide is wrong like there are 5 versions of dw09 not 4 and there being two versions of death swinging a scythe not 1.

The ultra rare blue rincewind figures are not in there or the third version of the two flower and ninereeds 1 of 1.
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Re: Clarecraft Figures

Postby timos23 » Thu Aug 28, 2014 1:17 pm

Hello all,
I have a large (ish) collection of Clarecraft figures, some boxed, most carded and a few other bits like Early Discworld news letters and am looking to sell the entire collection. My plan was to put them onto ebay as a whole collection for sale but I am not really sure what sort of price I should be looking for... I have a list that I can happily email to someone who knows a lot more than me.
If any of you lovely people can help I would be most appreciative.
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Re: Clarecraft Figures

Postby The Mad Collector » Thu Aug 28, 2014 6:48 pm

Simple rule: Do not put them on EBay as a complete collection nobody will buy it or if they do it will be a heavily reduced price to split and sell separately. Collectors want the missing one they don't want to be lumbered with the residue of a collection. You will get a far higher price as individual lots. Just list them each with a 99p starting price, believe me they won't finish there and that is the cheapest listing. Also if there is a lot spread them over several weeks, this allows people to budget for more than if they have to think about buying one or another.
One of those? Oh I'm sure I have one somewhere..

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Re: Clarecraft Figures

Postby timos23 » Fri Aug 29, 2014 8:05 am

I know I am not going to get anywhere near what I could for it but I, sadly, just need to sell it. I was hoping that as it will be underpriced someone would happily buy the whole lot then they can sell on what they don't need...
I just wanted a rough guide on prices. so I can work out what my lowest should be.
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