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Note for Mods: Apologies if this is the wrong place for this, but I'm not sure where else to put it.
Okay so I bought a Harry the Hammer model back in April, and never opened it. Since the new Warriors of Chaos book is out soon I'm now looking to sell it, but I can't decide whether it would have more value as "brand new in box" or as a painted model. Now I'm no pro, but I've done plenty of stuff for store display cabinets and so on in the past so I can paint to a good standard (i'm not expecting to make megabucks here, I just want to make as much money as I can out of it).
I'm also curious whether Harry has any value at all, either as a "collectors" piece or as a hero model for WoC players.
Anybody have any thoughts on this?
It has yet to be proven that intelligence has any survival value. - Arthur C. Clarke (1917 - 2008)
Unpainted. A true pro painter might pay more than someone who just thinks it's a cool model. But to be honest, I doubt you'd get much over retail for it. I hope I'm wrong (and post if you do because I'm curious) so good luck!
I agree, unpainted. I much prefer an unpainted and mint model to one glued together and painted by another!
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Interesting.....don't really know to be honest