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PostSubject: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 07, 2010 7:57 pm

Hi Friends,

i´ve sold yesterday the rare Beagle 16302 in the white/black/brown painting for a new record price. The price was 277 Euro = 352 USD. I´ve never seen before a higher price for a single Schleich figur.


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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 07, 2010 7:59 pm

Shocked Oh my goodness, that's incredible. I bet you were pleased!
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 07, 2010 8:12 pm

I have seen the auction,
I was astonished, that you sould him. But i think you has still an another one :-)

I have said to Schleich61 that the auction will be ending at 350 Euro.

But 277 Euro is even a very good prize for a figure wich has costs only 2 Euro in 1994.

So i congratulate you.

I can give everybody the tip to look at flewmarket for figures. At children flewmarket i have bought a lot of figures for very small prices.
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 07, 2010 8:20 pm

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Hi Friends,
i´ve sold yesterday the rare Beagle 16302 in the white/black/brown painting for a new record price. The price was 277 Euro = 352 USD. I´ve never seen before a higher price for a single Schleich figur.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How many old Lineol I could buy with this SCHLEICH dog ? geek Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat May 08, 2010 2:29 am

Wow ! I never realised that they fetched those sort of prices o_o

Congratulations !
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat May 08, 2010 9:15 am

Yes, Torben, that was a quite an auction, to be sure. I gave up when the bidding passed my maximum bid of 207 euros. At least I won my bet with Peter, as I predicted 290-305 euro range (sorry, Peter!). This beagle was in fantastic condition, and the last one, which was open to German bidders only, went for 251 euros, if memory serves. Between these two auctions, we now have a price range, which is indeed greater than any seen before.

If you auction three or four more of these, Torben, you'll be able to take a very early retirement, eh? :)

Peter's advice is very sound, but it's much more likely to find old rare Schleich at a GERMAN flea-market than an American one, for obvious reasons. Which leads me to another question - how difficult is it for an American to move
to Germany on a permanent basis? Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat May 08, 2010 10:21 am

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Which leads me to another question - how difficult is it for an American to move
to Germany on a permanent basis? Rolling Eyes

Thats easy, you must only say, that you are on political threatment because of the governement of Arnold Schwarzenegger. So than you can get political asyl in german.

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat May 08, 2010 12:53 pm

Which leads me to another question - how difficult is it for an American to move
to Germany on a permanent basis? Rolling Eyes[/quote]

Another possibillity could be when you move to Guantanamo. Maybe you will send then to Germany. The shipping is even for free. Evil or Very Mad
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat May 08, 2010 5:56 pm

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Which leads me to another question - how difficult is it for an American to move
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Thats easy, you must only say, that you are on political threatment because of the governement of Arnold Schwarzenegger. So than you can get political asyl in german. jocolor

Thank you for such a useful suggestion, Peter! However, the "Governator" will be out of office in a few months, so I don't think that will work. Maybe I could use the Schleich piglet figures to start a campaign called "Ferkel for Merkel." Surely that would get me into Germany, right? Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat May 08, 2010 6:02 pm

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Which leads me to another question - how difficult is it for an American to move to Germany on a permanent basis? Rolling Eyes

Another possibillity could be when you move to Guantanamo. Maybe you will send then to Germany. The shipping is even for free. Evil or Very Mad[/quote]

Gee, Torben, you're really helpful, too. Cuba is supposed to be a very hot and humid climate, so I wouldn't do well there, especially if they kept me in one of those horrible outdoor metal dog cages. If the U.S. government then wanted to move me abroad to a foreign country for an "enhanced interrogation vacation" they wouldn't send me to Germany, but rather some place much, much nicer, like Pakistan, Syria or Afghanistan. I understand that then they introduce you to a very big mean male dog who becomes your "companion" whether you like it or not. pale
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat May 08, 2010 6:04 pm

For the record, I think I would prefer to have a 16302 Black and White Beagle as my pet.
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat May 08, 2010 6:19 pm

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Which leads me to another question - how difficult is it for an American to move to Germany on a permanent basis? Rolling Eyes

Another possibillity could be when you move to Guantanamo. Maybe you will send then to Germany. The shipping is even for free. Evil or Very Mad

Gee, Torben, you're really helpful, too. Cuba is supposed to be a very hot and humid climate, so I wouldn't do well there, especially if they kept me in one of those horrible outdoor metal dog cages. If the U.S. government then wanted to move me abroad to a foreign country for an "enhanced interrogation vacation" they wouldn't send me to Germany, but rather some place much, much nicer, like Pakistan, Syria or Afghanistan. I understand that then they introduce you to a very big mean male dog who becomes your "companion" whether you like it or not. pale[/quote]

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no good idea with Guantanamo. scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sun May 09, 2010 6:28 am

[quote="Admin"]Hi Friends,

i´ve sold yesterday the rare Beagle 16302 in the white/black/brown painting for a new record price. The price was 277 Euro = 352 USD. I´ve never seen before a higher price for a single Schleich figur.




Congratulations, man! cheers What? 277 Euros? Shocked That's my three months of food allowance already. What a Face
Is that a record breaking for a single Schleich animal figure purchase already? I think it is, no more questions ask. By the way, who bought that figure, is that Bill Gates? lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sun May 09, 2010 12:13 pm

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The price was 277 Euro = 352 USD. I´ve never seen before a higher price for a single Schleich figur.

The highest price wich i have seen for a schleich figure was 350 Euro for the rare pinto.
The last pinto on ebay gets only 120 Euro.
At this time somebody offers him for 400 Euro. She will never getting to sell him i think.
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sun May 09, 2010 9:17 pm

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The price was 277 Euro = 352 USD. I´ve never seen before a higher price for a single Schleich figur.

The highest price wich i have seen for a schleich figure was 350 Euro for the rare pinto.
The last pinto on ebay gets only 120 Euro.
At this time somebody offers him for 400 Euro. She will never getting to sell him i think.

Hello Peter. Did anyone actually purchase or win on auction for that amount (350)? That last pinto went for 120 minimum bid, but could have been purchased as a Sofort Kaufen (Buy It Now) for 130 euros!!! The bidder who won it on auction and saved 10 euros is a pretty shrewd poker player, I would say!

As for the 400 euro pinto, maybe that includes the "stud fee"..... Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Mon May 10, 2010 8:28 am

Wel guys, what should i say, i was in this auction too!
I was hunting for rare Schleichs particular the last days of the last week...
And i was the one who missed this beagle, because i was watching football at a friends house, and i forgot about the time... Sad Sad Sad
I was into this auction untill 245 euro's or so, and i was 10 minutes too late for the end of the auction when i remembered...
And for the same reason i lost the auction on the 16306 Grey Schnauzer too... Sad

But for that i was lucky enough to win the other old 16302 Beagle, the 16306 Black Schnauzer, the 16324 German shorthair-pointer, the 13238 Hofhund, Bullyland Longhair Dachshound, Shar-Pei, St.Bernhard, French Bulldog, Komodovaran, Roebuck, Seal and Farmerswife, AAA Panda, McDonalds Lion, 4 Papo Catalogues, Yowie Seahorse, Wenkercrab, Turtleneck Tortoise and Cairns Butterfly from Torben.... Very Happy cheers geek

From somebody else i won the 16322 New Foundlander and the 16303 darkbrown Boxer. cheers

Further i won one of the Schleich puzzles with horse yesterday, and a nice group of Schleich marine-life, under which the beluga, narwal, hamerhead shark, whaleshark and orca. Shocked

The last item i won yesterday was the old 13210 white horse. Laughing

And not to forget, that i won lots of auctions the last 32 weeks, which will come in here in the coming time. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Mon May 10, 2010 9:16 am

Now you have 2 belugas,Willy!You know what it means:TRADE TRADE TRADE.
Pls pls pls,I have been searching for one,well,for 7 years!!!! cyclops Rolling Eyes clown
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Mon May 10, 2010 9:20 am

It seems like the new job is prolific!You were even going to pay..OH my gosh!...more than 200 euros for the beagle.And you also bought the others!
By any chance,did you bid from a seller with schleich boxed sets(fence,glass fence,zoo symbols)and 3 giraffes?
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Mon May 10, 2010 9:56 am

Me has an woman offers 260 Figures of Schleich from the 90ies and the 80ies for similar 450 Euro.

I think, when you can wait you can get every figure for an fairy prize.

Nowadays there is an Hype for Schleich figures, but next year they could be cheap, cheaper and cheaper. Its a game like to deal with stocks.

In my journey in netherland i bought from a child 9 Schleich horses for only 7 Euros.
Keep your eyes open and you can find everything. The cheapest prize for a Schleich Horse wich i bought was 20 Cent.
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Mon May 10, 2010 7:31 pm

Hi Wildheart...
When it comes in, i do have two beluga's indeed, which i have to compare first with my own of course, to see if there are any differences. Rolling Eyes

I lost my last job at the Dutch post at the 31th of december 2009, so i don't know where you talking about WH...haha. Wink
I was un-employed since then, but exactly today i started working again for an old employer, the Scania Truck company, where i worked already two times before. Very Happy

But next to that, in this month, in Holland the hollyday money comes in, but i don't think you have that kind of thing in a lot of other countries, but it is a good month to spend anyway. Laughing
And for the bid...well, when a model like this beagle comes by only once a year, and when you can get it from " The Man" himself, then you should never let your chance go, but i missed it... Suspect

Schmidtchen is right on getting cheap models on flee-markets or so. :)
But these rare Schleichs will never get much cheaper anymore, only more expensive. affraid
The coming hollyday season can be good, because many bidders are away from home. Shocked
But for that, the Christmas season will be more expensive then normal... Sad

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Tue May 11, 2010 12:32 am

So, Willy, you've created a new ID to bid on these items? A number of us were wondering who that hyper-aggressive new bidder might be.....and now we know. Did you realize that I was the one who kept exposing your protected bids..... Laughing

I think Amy stole that grey schnauzer from you at the last second! But, you've won a huge number of very rare figures - CONGRATULATIONS$$$!!! cheers

I now recognize your bidding strategies, so you should, of course, utilize different ones in the future to fool me and others!
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Tue May 11, 2010 12:45 am

Haha, i did not create a new ID to fool people, but because i had some issues with some sellers long before...
But as ebay.de is the best place to hunt for older Schleich, i had to make a new account, as it is easy to make new e-mail adresses, so new accounts too... Laughing

When i really want something, yes, i go for it, untill the price goes into the no limits zone, and the model is not worth it maybe...
But for the old beagle, yes of course, how many times do you see him pass by...
I guess, he will be about 400 euro's the next time he passes by...

I am only happy for fellow collectors when they win something new for their collection, if it is you or Amy, specially those people i know very good.
The fact that i lost some items, is because i forgot about the time, the oldest rare beagle and maybe the grey schnauzer would possibly be mine, but they will come again...
But like i said, it is nice to buy from Torben, as you know then that you have good stuff!

I think you can see some of my tactics, but you never will see all of course...haha.
But maybe it is better to tell eachother when one of us is hunting for a special item, so that the price will kept down a little bit more...

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Tue May 11, 2010 12:56 am

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Haha, i did not create a new ID to fool people, but because i had some issues with some sellers long before...
But as ebay.de is the best place to hunt for older Schleich, i had to make a new account, as it is easy to make new e-mail adresses, so new accounts too... Laughing

When i really want something, yes, i go for it, untill the price goes into the no limits zone, and the model is not worth it maybe...
But for the old beagle, yes of course, how many times do you see him pass by...
I guess, he will be about 400 euro's the next time he passes by...

I am only happy for fellow collectors when they win something new for their collection, if it is you or Amy, specially those people i know very good.
The fact that i lost some items, is because i forgot about the time, the oldest rare beagle and maybe the grey schnauzer would possibly be mine, but they will come again...
But like i said, it is nice to buy from Torben, as you know then that you have good stuff!

I think you can see some of my tactics, but you never will see all of course...haha.
But maybe it is better to tell eachother when one of us is hunting for a special item, so that the price will kept down a little bit more...

It was interesting to see a "new" eBay ID pursue the beagle so assiduously, but it was obvious that the bidder was a very serious collector. Now we know for sure that was correct..... Wink

I agree 100% about the really rare figures - if you want one, you have to earn it by paying the price, which can be quite painful, of course! I don't know who won the beagle, but CONGRATS to him/her. I'm sure it is going to a very serious collector who will make a nice home for it. 400 euros for the next one is surely too much, but maybe 300 is not out of the question.

I have an alarm-clock, which is battery-operated, as well as another on my PC, so that I do not miss the mark. I like to compete in auctions, but if I lose something that I really wanted, I can only respect and congratulate the winner. In an auction, the "most deserving" party is always the winner. It's the same in pro club football, where they say that "the league table never lies." Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Tue May 11, 2010 1:03 am

Well Phil, serious of course!
I collected my last Schleich collection in only one year or so, without the older beagles by the way, and without the grey schnauzer too.
I do have the advantage to know which items are rare, and what the price should or can be...

I always accept a higher bidding too, as that is a person who wants this pain in his or her wallet too...

I guess and hope that you are right about the next bidding on a beagle like that, but i wouldn't wonder if it went up very high.

I did put my cell-phone on alarm too several times the last week, but i didn't do it on these items... Sad , and i was not home of course...

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Wed May 12, 2010 6:55 pm

Congratulations Torben on getting such great prices on these auctions. Congratulation Willy on your wins as well. Yes, I did outbid you on the grey schnauzer, so that will be another I can mark off my list. That only leaves the black poodle and the very expensive beagle to go.
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Thu May 13, 2010 2:20 pm

The smartest and the most expert bidders are in the house. Luckily, I already stopped from my fishing or else I will always go home empty handed. lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Thu May 13, 2010 9:50 pm

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The smartest and the most expert bidders are in the house. Luckily, I already stopped from my fishing or else I will always go home empty handed. lol!

Why have stopped collecting Schleich retired figures, Ronald? You had a very impressive run before you did.....
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 14, 2010 3:56 am

I can only add, that when we have our items, that the next persons are in line, and one of them could be you Ronald! Very Happy
I never want to have more of certain items, even when they are rare...
But i have to admitt that it went to my head to buy a real big herd of rare pinto's.... affraid

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By the way, because i was not at home, i missed the dark Arabian from the "Künsterlerpferde" ..., just by a few euro's... Sad

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Thu May 20, 2010 9:00 pm

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I can only add, that when we have our items, that the next persons are in line, and one of them could be you Ronald! Very Happy
I never want to have more of certain items, even when they are rare...
But i have to admitt that it went to my head to buy a real big herd of rare pinto's.... affraid

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By the way, because i was not at home, i missed the dark Arabian from the "Künsterlerpferde" ..., just by a few euro's... Sad

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Sorry Willy. That one has joined my herd as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 21, 2010 6:56 am

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I can only add, that when we have our items, that the next persons are in line, and one of them could be you Ronald! Very Happy

Yes, but Ronald doesn't have to wait in a "pecking order" but can simply "jump the queue" if he wishes, as can anyone else... :)
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 21, 2010 6:58 am

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Sorry Willy. That one has joined my herd as well.

Yes, Amy is "unstoppable" in the same way that Schwartzenegger's Terminator was!!! :)
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 21, 2010 7:00 am

Willy, I think you should consider getting one of those many newfangled techie devices that will allow you to access the Internet and bid on auctions while you're on the road.
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 21, 2010 4:56 pm

Don't worry Willy, there are only 2 main animals that will have my attention now in the animals, the beagle and the rearing black artist horse. So watch out. I usually bid to win if it is something I need.
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri May 21, 2010 8:14 pm

Yes Phil, of course Ronald can join in.
But he ment that he would lose probably, because we are very experienced hunters on e-bay.

I am not on e-bay every day, yes, maybe because i want to order my book-keeping with the sellers and so on, but not to buy always.
I first want to pay all the sellers that i bought from the last weeks, and after that i will see again what pops up there..., i can be very patient if i want. Wink
And it has no use to get eachothers money out of the pockets, the main thing is that one of us get what he or she wants, the others will have their chances too in another case.
I know quit well how much certain figurines are worth, and i will never pay to much for an item. jocolor

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri Aug 13, 2010 10:38 am

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Very crazy i think
By this noun i think we would see more in the future of the beagles.
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri Aug 13, 2010 11:01 am

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Very crazy i think
By this noun i think we would see more in the future of the beagles.

It's almost like a rugby scrum, isn't it? I'm sure glad I'm not involved in this one. It seems a tad early to me to be bidding this piece up to this level, but hey, it's not my auction..... :)
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Fri Aug 13, 2010 1:12 pm

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The smartest and the most expert bidders are in the house. Luckily, I already stopped from my fishing or else I will always go home empty handed. lol!

Why have stopped collecting Schleich retired figures, Ronald? You had a very impressive run before you did.....

Simply no more budget left. Crying or Very sad
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sun Aug 15, 2010 1:51 am

The dark beagle goes up very high this time indeed, too high IMHO, although the model looks in a great condition.
I think that 250 euro is already very much for this model, but it looks as this is the future...
There are more rare models on e-bay at the moment, and they are going up very high too.... Crying or Very sad

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Tue Aug 17, 2010 6:21 am

Well, the beagle went for an incredible € 468,78 at the end, and that is a real shock, even to me without tag!!! Shocked affraid
Far over the hill IMHO!
No words for it.... silent

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Tue Aug 17, 2010 7:02 am

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Well, the beagle went for an incredible € 468,78 at the end, and that is a real shock, even to me without tag!!! Shocked affraid
Far over the hill IMHO! No words for it.... silent

Hey, brother, I feel the same way - shock, but no awe! I don't think that this latest price is "supportable" in the sense that I do not believe a new standard for this particular figurine's price has now been set. I think 250-300 is still the basic range for this one. But who knows? What a Face







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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:52 am

Yes, i agree Phil, around the 250 euro should do it normally.
There are not many Schleich figurines in that range thankfully.
But to the end of the year, i want to have a brown pelican(which comes soon Very Happy ), the dark beagle(when it pops up again), and at least 2 or 3 more models of the Künstlerpferde.
When i completed my newer animal-lines, i will try to find some people figurines.

I won so much the last week, i have to see what comes in first, and make an administration of it, the see what is still missing, because i am not displaying everything at the moment.

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Wed Aug 18, 2010 5:26 am

It may be that now that the price of that beagle went so high other beagles will come available with the hope of the sellers being they could possibly get a Big Price as well! But, then so many may come available that it may bring the price back down. You just don't know...Sue
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat Aug 21, 2010 4:37 am

This beagle will be expensive always!
Never under the 250 euro euro anyway i think... Crying or Very sad
But maybe the price it has got last week, says something about the rareness today...
We must wait to see what happens, but i thnik the same as Phil, it will be higher and higher in time... Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat Aug 21, 2010 5:07 am

As more people are "finding" Schleich figures, appreciating their quality, and becoming "new" collectors (like me) the demand will continue to climb and prices as well. I can't believe a Musk Ox has almost closed on ebay.com and already is at $71.00! The older model gnu 14162 went for $20.00 and the Water buffalo went for $35.00. We are talking USD. The listing was a fella out of Nova Scotia, Canada with shipping costing $10.00. Has anyone seen a Oryx lately? I have been following Schleich sales on ebay.com but for a couple months and have never seen one. I am trying to re-write the value of the critters on my Gaschers Collector's Guide for Schleich Animals as many have mentioned on this forum how incorrect that part is in the book. Now it looks like I also have to watch for re-paints...Sue
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat Aug 21, 2010 5:21 am

That the musk-ox is going soo high is ridigulous!
It is not worth that amount, for maximum 15 euro's you should have that model! Cool

There are 3 oryx for sale, the first two have rubs, which is quit common in this model, it seems as it has thin painting.
The third one is better, but i tell you that i am bidding on it too, as mine has some rubs too... Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat Aug 21, 2010 7:48 am

Thanks for sharing. I found the translator button for reading the individual page, but can't get into the area that says if they will ship to USA or how payment is to be...when I try to get a translation for that part it kicks me back to the original page with the picture of the figure...I have to try to figure this out somehow... Rolling Eyes


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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat Aug 21, 2010 8:06 am

Here is recent Water Buffalo auction:

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Many of these figures auction very cheaply on eBay.de, and some sellers, such as this one, take Paypal, eliminating the problem of wire transfer fees, which if made from US bank accounts, are often as much as $45.

If there is nothing stated about shipment to the USA, then the seller is probably amenable to that. However, you would be well advised to send an eBay PM requesting the shipment total to USA before submitting a bid.

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Sat Aug 21, 2010 8:32 am

I can't say thank you enough to all of you on this forum who have been so helpful and willing to share what you know ~ about what I don't know. :) cheers Applause to you all!
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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Tue Aug 24, 2010 12:06 am

I cannot say it enough, we are here to help eachother, isn't it? Rolling Eyes
And some of us are always on the prowl for some good figurines, so we can keep an eye open for stuff, that some of the other collectors are searching for... :)

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PostSubject: Re: Schleich 16302 Beagle in the rare painting from 1994   Tue Aug 24, 2010 2:41 am

There is a brown pelican in a Schleich lot on ebay.com. I hope to get it but you never know...some people may be willing to spend more.

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Oh, sorry I just looked and it says Ships to USA. Well, for those who are in the USA...take a look. Shocked :)

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