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Jurassic Park Collection for Sale, MASSIVE!

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I am offering up my Jurassic Park collection for sale to anyone who wants anything that is on the enclosed spreadsheet file list:

https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B3DGXdpMefMdYjZlYjU2M2QtZWMyZi00YTQ1LWE1ODEtMDI5Y2UyYzQ1YzNl&hl=en&authkey=CKmEkqEM

I do also have photos of all these items available, I just need to think of the best and easiest way to setup a location on the internet to display them all. Otherwise, it's late and I need to get to bed. Enjoy.

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  • That's quite a lot of stuff :p

    http://www.imagevenue.com free image hosting. Upload images, copy the thumbnail code, paste into a message here on the board and simply click on "Post". Easy, quick and simple ;)

  • @Blue Tights said: That's quite a lot of stuff :p

    http://www.imagevenue.com free image hosting. Upload images, copy the thumbnail code, paste into a message here on the board and simply click on "Post". Easy, quick and simple ;)



    Thank you for the suggestion. However, would I need to copy and paste thumbnail code for "every" photo I plan to display? If this is the case, that won't work. I need a public space on the Internet where I can simply upload all the photos, restrict access to those who have the link or credentials to access the page, and then simply post "one" link to this thread that says where to go to see the photo gallery.

  • Oh, is that the Kenner Gallimimus? :D

    Where do you live?

  • Please upload a picture.

    How much will you have for the whole collection.

    Can i pay with PayPal

  • Okay, first response to address the question from user "Crispy_Onion", I live in the Saint George, Utah area which is just two hours from Las Vegas; to give you an idea of where I am.

    As for the JP Gallimimus, indeed it is the rare, original electronic version in the original package. Except, unlike all the other action figures that are all in mint-to-fair condition, the Gallimimus figure "alone" apparently has a piece of clear tape on the back of the package that cannot be removed or else it would rip off the paper of the packaging. I originally bought this Gallimimus figure off of eBay several years ago and the original seller neglected to tell me this, but I decided to keep it anyways.

    Second response to user "Lenbert83", as I have already been trying to plead for some assistance, I need someone to suggest an easy and quick place on the internet where I can setup an online photo gallery. Then I will simply upload all the photos (there are "hundreds" here folks, one for each item), and then share the hyperlink to all of you to get to the photo gallery so you can all look at the photos.

    I am "very" willing of course to simply just sell the whole collection to one person, that would be my preference. However, the price I would be wanting for the whole collection in one large sale would be quite a bit as you can well imagine considering the amount of merchandise.

    With that said, for the "whole collection" let's start the bidding at $700. As for payment terms, considering I expect to get quite a large sum of money for this collection, I don't feel comfortable using PayPal for this particular situation. For the final sale, I will be requiring either a personal check or money order to be mailed to me.

    The real tricky part will be shipping and transport; this expense alone will be very costly. Fortunately, as the spreadsheet catalog file shows, it gives the apx. dimensions in inches for each product, and it's weight in US pounds. This information will be used to calculate for total shipping cost. My preference, however, would be for the buyer to simply arrange to drop by my home location and pick up all the merchandise themselves in a large moving van or truck of some sorts.

    At any rate, if anyone else has anymore questions, please feel free to ask.

  • Alrighty. I "finally" got an online public photo gallery up and running with all the photos of the merchandise and collectibles in question. Again, please refer to the initial post of this thread for the spreadsheet file that details each item that is being offered for sale. The displayed "order" of the photos in the gallery does follow about the same order as the spreadsheet file, but not precisely. This would require more time and effort to give all items "item number" and link those to the photos, but I'd rather avoid having to do that if I can. Anyways, here is the link to the photo gallery:

    http://picasaweb.google.com/112074063801828187867/JurassicParkCollection?authkey=Gv1sRgCNSUvP6IvfeNUQ&feat=directlink

    If anyone has any questions about the collection, please feel free to ask.

  • What are the JP and TLW "Official Annuals"? Are they like a fan magazine, something to do with the JP Dinosaur Club from the 90's, or what? Never encountered them before in many years of collecting...thanks.

  • @robotpo said: What are the JP and TLW "Official Annuals"? Are they like a fan magazine, something to do with the JP Dinosaur Club from the 90's, or what? Never encountered them before in many years of collecting...thanks.



    Yeah, I'm curious about that too.

    What do they contain?

  • Off the top of my head unfortunately, I don't remember much about the Official Annual books. What I can tell you is that they are hardbound books and quite thin. That is, not thick books with very many pages. Mostly contain photos from the movies, but nothing very remarkable. I believe I am qualified to know since any of the books or magazines that do contain very rare information or photos I keep for myself. These books in question have nothing to do with the Dinosaur Club and don't appear to be a fan magazine. Lastly, these books were exclusively produced in the United Kingdom.

  • Okay, thanks for the info...interesting...

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