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Posted By: Harvey Goranson
Posted On: Wednesday November 11, 2020 at 7:44 PM
 
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Better keep 'em Don. If I recall from my visit to your home,
you had a few Marsh Thundersports and other vintage race cars. JK's comment about 20% is a bit off - I'd say 30-40% minimum. It would have to be an incredibly rare bird for me to buy an unboxed item, excepting, of course, the 60-70+ year old Dinky Toys that were sold boxless out of trade packs.

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Folks I wonder how much the box is worth that the model came in. by Don Anderson #29162
It's not the value of the box, per se, but the value the box brings to the model. by John Kuvakas #29162.1
Well if we are talking about obsolete toys then the box adds a …. by Chris Sweetman #29162.1.1
+1 (EOM) by Shel Platt #29162.1.1.1
I keep the boxes Don. As Joh Kuvakas says, the value of a boxless model by Mike Coupe #29162.2
Better keep 'em Don. If I recall from my visit to your home, by Harvey Goranson #29162.3
Agree don’t chuck ‘em store ‘em! (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #29162.3.1
So now I'm of the opinion that saving the box is so when you grow tired of it or want by Don Anderson #29162.3.1.1
All my models are displayed without the boxes. I only keep the boxes of the more expensive by Jacques Roest #29162.3.2
Many boxes can be carefully folded down to almost flat, taking far less space.. by Mark Lampariello #29162.4
This piece of furniture is entirely full of 1/43rd model boxes. by Ed Glorius #29162.4.1




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