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$1,500 for each Darth Vader case full of loose figures with no weapons and accessories? HAHAH!!

Those cases are worth about $5 each and those figures, all common without weapons/accessories are worth $3-$5 each and are not an easy sell at even that. I had 6 of those cases at one time and sold them at a yard sale for $2.00 each.

Vintage Toys is what I deal in. It burns me to see this idiot talk such bull****.

I'm new here, but I knew the show was fake since day one. I'm sure a lot of people knew it, but I know for an absolute fact it is.

In season one, Jarrod and Brandy bid on a unit full that had a bunch of vintage toys inside. Namely, Mego figures and Star Wars stuff. The particular Mego figures are rare enough that they have passed through different hands over the years and can be ID by certain characteristics (such as a price tag).

NOBODY who owns those toys would stick them in a storage locker. A fellow collector I know even called Jarrod's shop inquiring about them and was told they had no idea what he was talking about and that they never had such toys.

North East / Long Island Storage Auctions?
« on: December 14, 2012, 01:55:59 PM »
Anyone from Long Island here?

I'd like to take a shot on bidding on a few lockers in the future. However, I attended only one storage auction in Suffolk County. I didn't bid on anything, but I heard from numerous people since that the particular one I went to at this facility is staged. I don't know how exactly, but I think I read the contents either belonged to or where already picked through by the people holding the auction. Oddly, I called the facility the day of the auction and the person who answered said they knew nothing about it and that it was a third party holding it.

I'd like to know which places/people to avoid before I do this.

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