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PostSubject: prices for retired???   Tue Sep 13, 2011 3:30 am

hey guys its been a while since I posted anything, I been bidding on ebay like crazy affraid !!! I have seen it all from really good deals to crazy prizes, tags, no tags!

Now is there a list on the prizes that we should pay for Schleich anywhere!!!

ohhhh an I will be posting some of my new old Schleich pretty soon!!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Tue Sep 13, 2011 6:11 am

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hey guys its been a while since I posted anything, I been bidding on ebay like crazy affraid !!! I have seen it all from really good deals to crazy prizes, tags, no tags!

Now is there a list on the prizes that we should pay for Schleich anywhere!!!

ohhhh an I will be posting some of my new old Schleich pretty soon!!!!!!

Hello Saint. If you need guidance on typical auction prices for retired Schleich on eBay.DE, you're welcome to ask me in a PM here.

Yes, there are sometimes some crazy auctions. I saw a 1984 Schleich catalog auction for 210+ euros the other day.

If you're bidding for retired Schleich on eBay.COM, may the Lord take pity on your soul... Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Tue Sep 13, 2011 8:24 am

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If you're bidding for retired Schleich on eBay.COM, may the Lord take pity on your soul... Laughing

But sometimes you can see the same auction in .de, .com, .es... The only difference is the page language, isn´t it? You only have to change the .de and many times you can see the same page but in other language.

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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Tue Sep 13, 2011 9:56 am

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hey guys its been a while since I posted anything, I been bidding on ebay like crazy ohhhh an I will be posting some of my new old Schleich pretty soon!!!!!!
Look forward to seeing your new acquisitions. bounce

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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Tue Sep 13, 2011 1:31 pm

Ebay prices/auktions is a strange world !
It seems to me that the prices of the semi-rare ones have gone down the later months scratch

Sometimes a very rare item comes on auktion, and the price goes mad !
But then they come popping up...people have seen what they can bring, and want to sell theirs, too scratch Then after a while it is not so rare any more, and the prices drop. With the exception of some, - like the artist´s horses. Those prices go up and down like the wind blows Laughing

Typically the items go a lot higher if sold by sellers whith high scores, and who are willing to send worldwide and accept PayPal Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:39 pm

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hey guys its been a while since I posted anything, I been bidding on ebay like crazy affraid !!! I have seen it all from really good deals to crazy prizes, tags, no tags!

Now is there a list on the prizes that we should pay for Schleich anywhere!!!

ohhhh an I will be posting some of my new old Schleich pretty soon!!!!!!

Hello Saint. If you need guidance on typical auction prices for retired Schleich on eBay.DE, you're welcome to ask me in a PM here.

Yes, there are sometimes some crazy auctions. I saw a 1984 Schleich catalog auction for 210+ euros the other day.

If you're bidding for retired Schleich on eBay.COM, may the Lord take pity on your soul... Laughing

yeah its crazy and the worst part is that its so addicting there are so many!!! then ill PM you when i have a question but i still think there shuld be a list for prices Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:42 pm

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hey guys its been a while since I posted anything, I been bidding on ebay like crazy ohhhh an I will be posting some of my new old Schleich pretty soon!!!!!!
Look forward to seeing your new acquisitions. bounce

Yes indeed as soon i have a chance i will be posting them Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:48 pm

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Ebay prices/auktions is a strange world !
It seems to me that the prices of the semi-rare ones have gone down the later months scratch

Sometimes a very rare item comes on auktion, and the price goes mad !
But then they come popping up...people have seen what they can bring, and want to sell theirs, too scratch Then after a while it is not so rare any more, and the prices drop. With the exception of some, - like the artist´s horses. Those prices go up and down like the wind blows Laughing

Typically the items go a lot higher if sold by sellers whith high scores, and who are willing to send worldwide and accept PayPal Rolling Eyes


hmmmmmmm question interesting so, New question what would be your top ten rear ones and how much would you pay for them scratch
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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Wed Sep 14, 2011 12:52 am

Schleich went up very high in the last 2 years specially.
But the prices are not always realistic.

First tip is not to buy around Christmas or so, because people are bidding like crazy, because they want these rare items as a present for the hollydays.
Best time to buy in in the vacation season, between june and end of august i think...
At least, that is my opinion.

Ask about the shipping prices, because a lot of people(sellers0 have no clue about the shipping/postal charges in their country, specially not when send to another country.
Not even the people on the post-offices really know, haha.
If you don't have a problem with un-insured(which i do always, and lost only 3 items in more then 10 years)., sending from Germany to most European countries is the cheapest in a "Grossbrief International" for 3,45 euro up to 500 gramms, and 7 euro up to 2 KG.
This doesn't have to be an envelope(and this is what a lot of people don't know, even at the post-office), it can be a package to with the maximum sizes of 90cm, so lxhxw, so 30x30x30 cm, for example.
Sending overseas is always expensive, any or the other way...

The top of the expensive Schleichs are:

Künstler-horses from 30-280 euro's a piece.
16302 Beagle first version in dark, only 1994 from 150-550 euro a piece.
16303 Boxers in both versions 30-80 euro's a piece.
16305 Poodles black and white, black more then white 25-80 euro's a piece.
16306 Schnauzers grey and black, grey more then black 30-250 euro's a piece
16312 Bassethound 35-60 euro a piece
13103 Brown foal 30-80 euro a piece
13222 Shirehorse standing manes 40-90 euro a piece

I can make an endless list here...
It depends all on the rarity, consition, with or without tag, the seller, the time of the year, and if it is a special edition or so.
We are not even talking about Classics and other series with very rare items... Laughing Shocked
Other older horses from 15-50 euro a piece, depending on the model.

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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Wed Sep 14, 2011 7:37 am

well here they are i wanted to wait until i got a better camera but i couldn't wait!!!

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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Wed Sep 14, 2011 8:19 am

They're fantastic, the bison was a great find with the tag! Congrats cheers

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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Wed Sep 14, 2011 9:51 am

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If you're bidding for retired Schleich on eBay.COM, may the Lord take pity on your soul... Laughing

But sometimes you can see the same auction in .de, .com, .es... The only difference is the page language, isn´t it? You only have to change the .de and many times you can see the same page but in other language.

Maybe one can adjust one's settings to show all search results worldwide - I've never bothered to check, to be honest. Otherwise, however, it depends on the settings of the selling party. Or at least that is my understanding.
Since I only collect Schleich, the auctions I am interested in are at eBay.de and eBay.fr 99+% of the time.
Similarly, I only find Starlux auctions of interest on eBay.fr... cyclops
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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:53 am

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If you don't have a problem with un-insured(which i do always, and lost only 3 items in more then 10 years)., sending from Germany to most European countries is the cheapest in a "Grossbrief International" for 3,45 euro up to 500 gramms, and 7 euro up to 2 KG.
This doesn't have to be an envelope(and this is what a lot of people don't know, even at the post-office), it can be a package to with the maximum sizes of 90cm, so lxhxw, so 30x30x30 cm, for example.
Sending overseas is always expensive, any or the other way...

The same here in Spain about prices, they are very similar. And about the package, it can also be a toob! For exaple posters, drawings... Can be sent in a toob in order to avoid bending it.

The top of the expensive Schleichs are:

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
Künstler-horses from 30-280 euro's a piece.
16302 Beagle first version in dark, only 1994 from 150-550 euro a piece.
16303 Boxers in both versions 30-80 euro's a piece.
16305 Poodles black and white, black more then white 25-80 euro's a piece.
16306 Schnauzers grey and black, grey more then black 30-250 euro's a piece
16312 Bassethound 35-60 euro a piece
13103 Brown foal 30-80 euro a piece
13222 Shirehorse standing manes 40-90 euro a piece

I can make an endless list here...
It depends all on the rarity, consition, with or without tag, the seller, the time of the year, and if it is a special edition or so.
We are not even talking about Classics and other series with very rare items... Laughing Shocked
Other older horses from 15-50 euro a piece, depending on the model.

Oh, you forgot the Super Pinto 13241!

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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Thu Sep 15, 2011 12:31 am

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They're fantastic, the bison was a great find with the tag! Congrats cheers


thanx is that rear because i got it for a real good price!!! Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Thu Sep 15, 2011 12:34 am

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If you don't have a problem with un-insured(which i do always, and lost only 3 items in more then 10 years)., sending from Germany to most European countries is the cheapest in a "Grossbrief International" for 3,45 euro up to 500 gramms, and 7 euro up to 2 KG.
This doesn't have to be an envelope(and this is what a lot of people don't know, even at the post-office), it can be a package to with the maximum sizes of 90cm, so lxhxw, so 30x30x30 cm, for example.
Sending overseas is always expensive, any or the other way...

The same here in Spain about prices, they are very similar. And about the package, it can also be a toob! For exaple posters, drawings... Can be sent in a toob in order to avoid bending it.

The top of the expensive Schleichs are:

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
Künstler-horses from 30-280 euro's a piece.
16302 Beagle first version in dark, only 1994 from 150-550 euro a piece.
16303 Boxers in both versions 30-80 euro's a piece.
16305 Poodles black and white, black more then white 25-80 euro's a piece.
16306 Schnauzers grey and black, grey more then black 30-250 euro's a piece
16312 Bassethound 35-60 euro a piece
13103 Brown foal 30-80 euro a piece
13222 Shirehorse standing manes 40-90 euro a piece

I can make an endless list here...
It depends all on the rarity, consition, with or without tag, the seller, the time of the year, and if it is a special edition or so.
We are not even talking about Classics and other series with very rare items... Laughing Shocked
Other older horses from 15-50 euro a piece, depending on the model.

Oh, you forgot the Super Pinto 13241!


ohh yeah and how about the pelican 14173 Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: prices for retired???   Fri Sep 16, 2011 3:22 am

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If you don't have a problem with un-insured(which i do always, and lost only 3 items in more then 10 years)., sending from Germany to most European countries is the cheapest in a "Grossbrief International" for 3,45 euro up to 500 gramms, and 7 euro up to 2 KG.
This doesn't have to be an envelope(and this is what a lot of people don't know, even at the post-office), it can be a package to with the maximum sizes of 90cm, so lxhxw, so 30x30x30 cm, for example.
Sending overseas is always expensive, any or the other way...

The same here in Spain about prices, they are very similar. And about the package, it can also be a toob! For exaple posters, drawings... Can be sent in a toob in order to avoid bending it.

The top of the expensive Schleichs are:

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
Künstler-horses from 30-280 euro's a piece.
16302 Beagle first version in dark, only 1994 from 150-550 euro a piece.
16303 Boxers in both versions 30-80 euro's a piece.
16305 Poodles black and white, black more then white 25-80 euro's a piece.
16306 Schnauzers grey and black, grey more then black 30-250 euro's a piece
16312 Bassethound 35-60 euro a piece
13103 Brown foal 30-80 euro a piece
13222 Shirehorse standing manes 40-90 euro a piece

I can make an endless list here...
It depends all on the rarity, consition, with or without tag, the seller, the time of the year, and if it is a special edition or so.
We are not even talking about Classics and other series with very rare items... Laughing Shocked
Other older horses from 15-50 euro a piece, depending on the model.

Oh, you forgot the Super Pinto 13241!

I forgot so much Sylvia, haha... scratch Wink

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