eBay buys and sells

LesTom1

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I've just started this thread relating to eBay over at Gaming Oldies and thought I would put it in here as well, especially after reading Slaine's post about his Heroquest sale :D . This can be for either a complete bargain that you have managed to get or sold something for stupid money.

I'll start, about 6 years ago I bought a copy of a Modelling Masterclass book for a model I was making at the time, it cost £11.99. Having completed the model, I had no further use for the book, so I listed it on eBay, thinking that if I could get some money back on my £11.99 outlay.
Imagine my shock and surprise when it sold for £33.37 (+ £4.50 p&p) :crazy:

Over to you folks.
 

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I bought Halo 1,2,3 and ODST all for less than £20 from eBay.
 

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I got an official movie replica of Sting (Frodo's sword from LOTR) complete with shield wall mount for a lovely sum of £4.75 inc postage. The chap (or chapess?) didn't put a reserve on it, bet they absolutely gutted. Cost just shy of a £100 when it came out. Nice for me though, hangs in the study alongside my lightsabers and other movie and game memorabilia.
 

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But it's for me, You said you loved me in that other thread. :(
 

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I have a few look at the pictures in the links on added
 
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