COMIC Need help on priceing?

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    I need help estamating what I should ask for these. I have had the for a while and need to get rid of them. So If I can get some help decideing their value ,I am then putting them on ebay, or the Yard sale. Thanks for the help.
     
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    What are they?
     
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    They are 2 12-13inch star wars action figures luke skywalker and chewbacka. The card are in a tin and are metal cards. hope that helps.
     
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    I have no idea how much they'd be worth. My advice is that if you can't find a listed value or recent history on e-bay, then post it with a "high" (your judgment) reserve price and test the waters; see how much people are willing to bid. Then sell it at that price the next week.
     
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    I had thougt of that, but I thought some one would have a Idea of Value. I am going to try it.
     
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    The cards: not much. The card mania died out in the '90s and unless you have something stupidly rare you won't get much more than a few bucks.

    The figures: not much. They're open. Figure collectors are real faggots about everything being in original boxing.
     

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