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I've recently become the owner of a fair few Man O' War models and I don't really know what to do with them. I'm thinking of putting them on eBay but I don't really know what they are or how much they'd go for - so i'm posting this! Can anyone help me identify and/or price these?
I've only managed to name the sword shaped ones so far - High Elf Eagle Ships.
I have a few more but I can't find them at the moment. If I remember they're like the red ones, which I believe are Dwarvern, but bigger, and maybe a couple smaller - I'm not too sure.
Thanks for any and all help, and sorry if this is the wrong forum - wasn't really sure.
EDIT: Found the others! They're all bigger, Dwarvern ships.
Last edited by Izzinatah; September 7th, 2008 at 11:13.
In the first picture the submarines are Dwarf Nautilus. You also have Dwarf Gyrocopters and the ships are Dwarf Monitors. I'm not sure but I think the balloons are Dwarf War Balloons, can't remember the name exactly.
In the 2nd picture the big one is a Dwarf Dreadnaught and the other 3 are Dwarf Ironclads.
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Thanks! That really helps. Now just to find out how much these go for, as I doubt I'll ever play :p Any help is appreciated
Now these ships are actually gopign to get a very good price, but first up, I would recommend soaking them in paint stripper first...as otherwise whoever is buying them will have to do it, and may not take very kindly to the added effort...
While I acknowledge that that probably is a good idea, I really have no clue how to go about doing it - and don't want to screw it up A good price, you say? Any idea what sort of range (very roughly)?
I know state side Lowes and Home Depot sells a product called Simple Green (house hold cleaner). You can purchase like a gallon of it concentrated. Get a normal plastic cup, place the painted models in it, fill the cup with Simple Green enough to have the models fully submerged. Let them sit for about two days, take them out use an old toothbrush and easily scrub away the paint under running water. Simple Green doesn't seem to make the plastic soft, and it doesn't affect metal at all, however it loves to eat paint. ^_^
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As for prices - I have seen Eagleships go for around £20 for a squadron (which is double the original retail). I have a whole fleet of them, but love them too much to sell...