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Thread: Question Regarding Pricing - Robin & Spider-Man

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    Question Question Regarding Pricing - Robin & Spider-Man

    Hello,

    I've been collecting for 26 years now and am finally going to add some Mego loose items to my collection.

    I have the MegoMuseum pages for detecting authentic accessories and bodies for both Robin and Spider-Man that I'll be referring to, but I'm wondering if any regular collectors/sellers can give me an idea of what a decent, loose, complete version of each should run when I finally start hunting.

    Thanks!

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    I have no idea about current pricing, but welcome to the museum.

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    I have a nice loose Robin on ebay now. I'd give you the link, but I don't want this to be an ad. I expect he'll go for between $50-$70. Spider-Man, also a very common figure, would be a little less as he has no accessories to worry about.

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    By looking in some price guides, which are a bit dated:


    Spiderman (loose in mint condition):
    Warman's Action figures field guide (2006): $35-$40
    Mego Action Figure Toys 3th edition (2001): $15-$25
    Toys&Prices 14th Edition (2007): $20


    Robin Hood (loose in mint condition):
    Mego Action Figure Toys 3e edition (2001): $100
    Toys&Prices 14th Edition (2007): $100

    I just bought a Robin Hood in Europe in MIB condition.
    Last edited by Pascal; Feb 25, '21 at 9:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascal View Post
    By looking in some price guides, which are a bit dated:


    Spiderman (loose in mint condition):
    Warman's Action figures field guide (2006): $35-$40
    Mego Action Figure Toys 3th edition (2001): $15-$25
    Toys&Prices 14th Edition (2007): $20


    Robin Hood (loose in mint condition):
    Mego Action Figure Toys 3e edition (2001): $100
    Toys&Prices 14th Edition (2007): $100

    I just bought a Robin Hood in Europe in MIB condition.
    I appreciate the reply and will make a note. Although I'm going to be looking for Robin, not Robin Hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rykerw1701 View Post
    I have a nice loose Robin on ebay now. I'd give you the link, but I don't want this to be an ad. I expect he'll go for between $50-$70. Spider-Man, also a very common figure, would be a little less as he has no accessories to worry about.
    Feel free to message me the link.

    Also, I appreciate the feedback on pricing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wish_It_Was1984 View Post
    I appreciate the reply and will make a note. Although I'm going to be looking for Robin, not Robin Hood.
    Sorry... The price for the Robin :
    Robin (loose in mint condition):
    Warman's Action figures field guide (2006): $45-$55
    Mego Action Figure Toys 3th edition (2001): $15
    Toys&Prices 14th Edition (2007): $60

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascal View Post
    Sorry... The price for the Robin :
    Robin (loose in mint condition):
    Warman's Action figures field guide (2006): $45-$55
    Mego Action Figure Toys 3th edition (2001): $15
    Toys&Prices 14th Edition (2007): $60
    I really appreciate you looking that up again.

    Yeah, it seems like the earlier comment of $50-70 seems on target. Maybe even $80 considering how long its been.

    Doing research on eBay, it seems like the rare auctions hit that target, but there's a vendor seemingly pumping out Robins at $110-125 a clip with Buy It Now. Crazy. I will say I've done no further research to confirm the authenticity of the accessories on any of them, but if assuming all are authentic, the price disparity is nuts.

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    Depending on which version of each - but I would think a standard type 2 Robin $75 and Spider-Man $35.

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    In case anyone comes across this down the road. Yesterday the auction mentioned above, which was a very good/excellent example with only (IMO) a repro symbol, went for $86.

    There's a also currently a similar quality Type 1 Spider-Man with days left and already up to $41.

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