Question about the old Panini thundercats album

Discussion in 'ThunderCats Marketplace' started by brb2009, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. brb2009

    brb2009 New Member

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    Wondering what the ballpark going rate for one of those panini albums would be (mint unused) with a full set of stickers aswell.
     
  2. Mark / Grizzlor

    Mark / Grizzlor Site Director TC.org Staff

    They're pricey as hell. The empty album could be around $5 - $10 its unused stickers that go for a lot of money. I've not yet seen a full unused set on ebay, been watching for a little over a year. $40 - $50 for a set of 100 stickers is considered a good price.

    I recently bought 5 unopened sticker packs for $30 + shipping, and considered it a good deal.
     
  3. brb2009

    brb2009 New Member

    So 2-250$ ish wouldnt be unreasonable really for a mint album + full set?

    Oh yeah, and its my stuff on the pictures, if that wasnt made clear :p
     
  4. Mark / Grizzlor

    Mark / Grizzlor Site Director TC.org Staff

    You may get that much yeah
     
  5. brb2009

    brb2009 New Member

    I'd be willing to do 250$ shipped , plus i could toss in a complete "used" album aswell

    Would be worldwide shipping, and with the album being wrapped between two stiff pieces of cardboard, and ultra pro sleeves for the stickers.
     
  6. blackiecats

    blackiecats Legacy Team Member

    I'd be surprised if it fetched $250. I have the album, poster and stickers all unused too and if it were worth that much I'd sell in a heart beat! ;)

    I reckon $100 on a good day and that's being generous.
     
  7. Mark / Grizzlor

    Mark / Grizzlor Site Director TC.org Staff

    You may be right about there being a ceiling on this stuff Neil but I'd encourage you to try. I've been constantly outbid on these things and incomplete sets of stickers often reach over $100 since I've been watching.

    Someone is selling sets of 10 random stickers right now for $8 a pop and this set just went for $75 for 125 unused stickers

    http://cgi.ebay.com/PANINI-THUNDERC...lectables_TradingCards_RL?hash=item1c10a31124
     
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  8. Chromeagle

    Chromeagle Barbarian

    I have noticed the price on these latley as well. Pretty insane considering these things were like 25 cents a pack back in the day. I remember having a ton of them.
     
  9. Ghost9

    Ghost9 Junior Member

    I agree that $250 may be a bit high, but you never know unless you put it up there and find out. I would guess somewhere in the $150 range, but with ebay you never really know. I've seen TCats things go for WAAAYYY too much and other things go for far too cheap. Just depends on who's looking I suppose.

    I would be interested in the complete used album, though. I don't need it mint. What are you thinking for that one? (you can PM me if need be).
     
  10. blackiecats

    blackiecats Legacy Team Member

  11. 10incher

    10incher Active Member

  12. LJE2010

    LJE2010 New Member

    Full Set of Panini Stickers

    Hi, I have a complete set of mint Thundercats Panini stickers which I have just unearthed from storage in my loft. I plan to sell them as I am moving house and need to buy a fridge, do you know of any specialist sites other than Ebay where I could list them? What would you recommend and do you think I should put a reserve price on them, I would hate to give them away for nothing.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks. Luke
     
  13. blackiecats

    blackiecats Legacy Team Member

    Ebay would be your best bet, as it's the place most folk are familiar with. I can't suggest any other place since I as a fan, have only ever traded Thundercats via Ebay myself. If you do use Ebay, it would be a good idea to sell worldwide (but make sure you factor in tracked shipping to all destinations, as it covers your back)

    As for a reserve... not sure. It depends how you value these? If there something you have no interest in to keep, then perhaps there is no point to a reserve price. However if you'd sooner keep them because they are part of your collection (and you'd only let them go to fund your fridge) then a reserve might be a good idea to avoid disapointment.
     
  14. Lordore

    Lordore Moderator

    Back in the late 80's the sticker albums were very famous and i remember many kids,myself included, collecting them as a hobby. Nowdays though they are not so popular.Almost all of the cartoons during that period were accompanied by merchandise related products,and the Old Panini Albums were one of them. They were like a mini guide and the stickers had captured some great scenes of the animated series. Unfortunatelly, i never had the Thundercats album, i did have the Transformes, Gi Joe, TMNT and Batman but not the album of my favourite series...Probably, i couldn't find it or i don't know why.

    I've seen some photos through the Internet interiorly and exteriorly as well but not the whole part. I'm seriously interested in purchasing the sticker album sometime in the future(i hope there's any left),it's going to be an important additon to my Thundercats collection. Until then, i was wondering if Blackiecats has uploaded the scanned pages for the site?

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Jul 15, 2010

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