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Dean
06-09-2009, 06:09 PM
Well, today, I just sold my MOC collection :http://forums.yojoe.com/showthread.php?t=67583

The price, for 64 vintage MOC's: $3500 cash

Yes, well, some of you may go, whaaaaa, considering one of the MOC's was an 1982 CC Sunburst Unpunched Snake Eyes, worth up to $2000 itself (and in it's condition, I wouldn't be surprised). I am happy to have gotten my 'at cost' expenses, and the HOURS and DAYS spent hunting down these MOC's to get the FREAK'N low price, still has it's satisfaction. To know that this collection is going to have it's own SECTION in a store that I have been visiting since I was 13 ( I am 22 now), is, without words, in more ways then one :D.

Well, it looks as though my G.I.Joe MOC MISB collecting has come to a sad, and sudden end. With these modern era figs, at $8, I ain't keep'n all that articulation in the package!!

Oh, and yes, the Chuckles Army is still strong, and forever vigilant. Yo Joe!

Hawaiian Bam Bam
06-12-2009, 03:52 AM
why did you sell that beautiful, amazing collection?Why didnt i hear of that..i would of loved an chance to bid and big bid on this...:(

Bam Bam

TCA92
06-17-2009, 02:00 PM
To know that this collection is going to have it's own SECTION in a store that I have been visiting since I was 13 ( I am 22 now), is, without words, in more ways then one :D.

Well, it looks as though my G.I.Joe MOC MISB collecting has come to a sad, and sudden end. With these modern era figs, at $8, I ain't keep'n all that articulation in the package!!



I'm a little curious. Does that store have a website? I would like to know some of there prices.

Your young...I bet you will have a simular collection sooner than you think...collecting is in your blood...LOL

Dean
06-22-2009, 02:59 PM
I'm a little curious. Does that store have a website? I would like to know some of there prices.

Your young...I bet you will have a simular collection sooner than you think...collecting is in your blood...LOL


Yeah, it's:

tatescomics.com

They're a big import specialist too. Family run, been in business for over 16 years, and had/has a couple stores. Been going to them since their first store when I was 14.

Right now, I've still got a collection. Most all the 25th Joes loose (missing about half a dozen I am gonna be mak'n a trade list for soon), my Chuckles collection, Impel Card Collection, Comics and Books and misc... I like the knick-knacks (peeved on reflection that I got rid of a few like a MOBAT gumball holder and Dutch pins of various joes from 1986-1987, those were kool).