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#26 Finley2020

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Posted 23 November 2019 - 07:33 AM

Looks like similar flesh colored figures for around $200-$300 on Ebay. Nice find! I'm fairly new to MUSCLE and had no idea any of them had any articulation at all.


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Posted 23 November 2019 - 07:39 AM

Wait???...does that mean my offer means nothing??? I feel my offer was good, nobody else has offered anything.
Many may want this figure but nobody else is wanting to pay. I understand wanting top dollar but I did speak up and ask if it was for sale, make and offer, and now I guess just waiting to hear back from the seller.
Changing over to a board auction won't change the fact that no one else has bid anything.
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Posted 23 November 2019 - 07:59 AM

He saw your offer and is clearly waiting to see if anyone else offers more, which I honestly doubt will happen even if it does go to auction.

 

Making an auction thread for this item does not mean that your $450 offer can't be the opening bid. It really is very unlikely anyone else wants to pay that much for this figure. It is rare but definitely not a one-of-a-kind piece. The highest recorded sale of an SHA was $900 in 2008, but that was then. With the amount that have surfaced since then, I am surprised anyone is offering more than $300 for this, and even that estimate might be high considering how few people are actively seeking one.

 

Either way I don't want to see an item simply dangling indefinitely for open offers when hundreds of dollars are involved, especially when it is being sold by someone no one knows that will likely vanish as soon as this sale is made. We have basic protocols in place for sales to help ensure nobody gets ripped off. Setting a time frame for this kind of sale would be for your protection as well as the buyer's.

 

 


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Posted 23 November 2019 - 08:11 AM

Yes I agree Bones seems to be the only offer standing. I was going to go as high as $350.00 but even that was cause I wanted it really bad and didn't mind paying up for it.
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#30 retrosaurus

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Posted 23 November 2019 - 10:33 AM

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Yes I agree Bones seems to be the only offer standing. I was going to go as high as $350.00 but even that was cause I wanted it really bad and didn't mind paying up for it.

 

 

He saw your offer and is clearly waiting to see if anyone else offers more, which I honestly doubt will happen even if it does go to auction.

 

Making an auction thread for this item does not mean that your $450 offer can't be the opening bid. It really is very unlikely anyone else wants to pay that much for this figure. It is rare but definitely not a one-of-a-kind piece. The highest recorded sale of an SHA was $900 in 2008, but that was then. With the amount that have surfaced since then, I am surprised anyone is offering more than $300 for this, and even that estimate might be high considering how few people are actively seeking one.

 

Either way I don't want to see an item simply dangling indefinitely for open offers when hundreds of dollars are involved, especially when it is being sold by someone no one knows that will likely vanish as soon as this sale is made. We have basic protocols in place for sales to help ensure nobody gets ripped off. Setting a time frame for this kind of sale would be for your protection as well as the buyer's.

 

 

Wait???...does that mean my offer means nothing??? I feel my offer was good, nobody else has offered anything.
Many may want this figure but nobody else is wanting to pay. I understand wanting top dollar but I did speak up and ask if it was for sale, make and offer, and now I guess just waiting to hear back from the seller.
Changing over to a board auction won't change the fact that no one else has bid anything.

 

 

Looks like similar flesh colored figures for around $200-$300 on Ebay. Nice find! I'm fairly new to MUSCLE and had no idea any of them had any articulation at all.

 

Bones, you'll probably be the winner.  I'm going to let it ride for a few more days just to let anyone else jump in.  I've started a new topic for the sale of SHA, please check it out and post offers there.

 

Thanks guys!


Edited by retrosaurus, 23 November 2019 - 10:33 AM.

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