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JP Collection Sale! MASSIVE! REALLY!!

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  • Bump.

    Plenty of stuff still for sale if anyone is interested.

  • Hey!

    Question: do you ship to Hungary? It's okay if you don't, many sellers on Ebay don't ship to Central and Eastern Europe, because increased distane means increased uncertainties, but still, it doesn't hurt to ask.:)

    I'm specifically interested in the big Rex toy which I've never got as a kid, BTW is it in "3" condition, because of its tail? Also, I'd be interested in the TLW Spino which I've got as a kid, but misplaced it.:) I also like the boxes.:D Cheers!

  • @MasCot said: Hey!

    Question: do you ship to Hungary? It's okay if you don't, many sellers on Ebay don't ship to Central and Eastern Europe, because increased distane means increased uncertainties, but still, it doesn't hurt to ask.:)

    I'm specifically interested in the big Rex toy which I've never got as a kid, BTW is it in "3" condition, because of its tail? Also, I'd be interested in the TLW Spino which I've got as a kid, but misplaced it.:) I also like the boxes.:D Cheers!



    I am willing to ship to Hungary IF you are willing to pay the cost of postage and associated fees. Considering the distance from USA, expect the cost of postage to be expensive! And also as you noted, increased distance means increased uncertainties. Taking the risk is up to you.

    As for the JP1 T-Rex, I listed it as "3" condition because of some minor dents and scratches on either the back or sides of the package the dinosaur is in.

    If you desire to place bids on the JP1 T-Rex and JP2 Spinosaurus, just let me know what your offer is on each item and I'll record your offer in the spreadsheet. Additionally, please make sure that "before" you officially decide to even bid, that you have completely read and understood the "terms of sale" document; as I hold all people who place bids accountable to everything in that document.

  • @jmine83 said: I am willing to ship to Hungary IF you are willing to pay the cost of postage and associated fees. Considering the distance from USA, expect the cost of postage to be expensive! And also as you noted, increased distance means increased uncertainties. Taking the risk is up to you.

    As for the JP1 T-Rex, I listed it as "3" condition because of some minor dents and scratches on either the back or sides of the package the dinosaur is in.

    If you desire to place bids on the JP1 T-Rex and JP2 Spinosaurus, just let me know what your offer is on each item and I'll record your offer in the spreadsheet. Additionally, please make sure that "before" you officially decide to even bid, that you have completely read and understood the "terms of sale" document; as I hold all people who place bids accountable to everything in that document.

    Thx! I will meditate on this and calculate the shipping prices, they will not be cheap, but we'll see, we'll see...:)

  • do you still have this toy for sale?
    JP3 Spinosaurus attack set $20
    i want to bid on it!

  • @jmine83 said: Got it. You are the current high bidder on the item in question.



    Questions before i commit(committing) to bid or buy
    hmm how much is shipping?
    also if i win the item(s) can i use ebay?

    p.s sorry i did not bid yet. i was just asking.

  • That is really cool. I recently sold my collections of Star Wars and Jurassic Park figures, had about 30 boxed figures and dinosaurs and a load of loose stuff I played with as a kid.

    Was a bit sad to sell my JP figures as they were a lot cooler than the Star Wars ones and a massive part of my childhood, but sadly they were just stored in the shed and I did manage to get a decent price for them which I can put towards stuff I actually need.

    That said, I'm still very much looking forward to Telltale's game :D

  • @sniperwar10 said: Questions before i commit(committing) to bid or buy
    hmm how much is shipping?
    also if i win the item(s) can i use ebay?

    p.s sorry i did not bid yet. i was just asking.



    In the "terms of sale" document, I specified that bidders are responsible for calculating their own postage costs so they know themselves apx. what they can expect to be paying. Most of all the shipping will be done via USPS. Only in very rare, exceptional circumstances is UPS the better option; i.e. when the package being delivered is exceptionally larger or heavier than normal.

    So just simply look at the dimension and weight data for the item in question, go to USPS.com, use the data I supplied in the "terms of sale" document, and calculate it all out yourself. I will always pick the postage service option from USPS that is the cheapest, offers tracking, and insurance. So the Parcel Post option in most cases.

    As for eBay, eBay is not involved in this at all. So I don't understand the question. Now, if you perhaps you meant to suggest if you can send payment via PayPal, then yes PayPal is an acceptable form of payment.

  • @jmine83 said: In the "terms of sale" document, I specified that bidders are responsible for calculating their own postage costs so they know themselves apx. what they can expect to be paying. Most of all the shipping will be done via USPS. Only in very rare, exceptional circumstances is UPS the better option; i.e. when the package being delivered is exceptionally larger or heavier than normal.

    So just simply look at the dimension and weight data for the item in question, go to USPS.com, use the data I supplied in the "terms of sale" document, and calculate it all out yourself. I will always pick the postage service option from USPS that is the cheapest, offers tracking, and insurance. So the Parcel Post option in most cases.

    As for eBay, eBay is not involved in this at all. So I don't understand the question. Now, if you perhaps you meant to suggest if you can send payment via PayPal, then yes PayPal is an acceptable form of payment.



    USPS? can i use UPS for shipping the item(s)?

  • @sniperwar10 said: USPS? can i use UPS for shipping the item(s)?



    Well, if you "really" insist that you want UPS, I have no problem complying. Just be aware that UPS isn't always the cheapest or most cost-effective method of shipping. If you have no problem paying whatever the cost of UPS shipping ends up being, then everything should be fine. If you live overseas from the USA, however, UPS is definitely going to be very expressive. If you do end up winning an auction from me, just be sure to remind me you want UPS, because otherwise I'll forget. Just some information to consider.

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