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I am selling my whole Dark eldar army which is listed below. Is £100 a reasonable starting price on ebay?
Spare parts such as heads, guns, blades etc.
Some green flock
And also a space marines land speeder which is worth around £10.
Plus the Dark Eldar codex second edition which is worth around £9.
What you will get:
Dark Eldar Lord x1
Incubi Retinue x7 (2 are missing stands but will be easy to come across).
Mandrake x 3
Dark Eldar Warrior x22 (4 Have parts missing, but as deal comes with spare parts I’m sure they could be repaired or used for spare parts).
Asdrubael Vect. (Front gun has broken off however it will be very easy to glue on again). This item is retailing at £30 so is quite valuable.
Hellion Rider x1
Reaver Jet Bike x2 (1 Unpainted)
Drazhar x1 (Hard to come across I believe).
Plus 2 other models, but I do not know what they do. Picture is provided of them though.
It's probably fairly reasonable.
I'm in the US, so I converted the price to $. 100 pounds is approximately $140.
With Vect = $60
5 incubi = $25
Warrior box = $30
And a few of the other bits brings you up to that easily.
Therefore, yes. Not bad, you'll likely get a bit more than asking.
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Unless you're after a quick sale, I'd also recommend breaking your army into a number of lots. You'll get more money, as they'll compliment one another - a bidder after one or two things will feel more inclined to bid on your other lots.
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Thanks monty, however will it still sell well as a group? What do you think i will get for it?
It depends on the interest at any given time, so there's really no reliable way to tell how much you'll get for a lot at any point. If you sell it broken up into groups, as said, you'll make more money; the more models are in a lot, the more people expect the discount to be overall, and some buyers won't buy the big lot because they only need X models, but they will bid on your smaller lots.
Would it be worth starting the bidding at £110 and if it doesnt sell then try selling it in smaller lots?
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I cant find the completed lots. Could you direct me to it?
The other thing to do on ebay is to start off your lots at a lower starting price than you want to. That way they'll attract more early attention so people will watch them and bid on them when the end of the auction comes around. Also don't flood the market, if you sell eg. your taloi individually, sell one after the other's auction has finished. Supply and demand and all that.
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