Author Topic: Pictures from Ritterhude (march 19th 2006)  (Read 6975 times)

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Re: Pictures from Ritterhude (march 19th 2006)
« Reply #10 on: March 20, 2006, 05:28:07 »
How was the prices of the playmobiles for sale?
Well, I didn't ask for all the prices, but my overall impression was that the majority was quite reasonably priced (considering the age of the sets among other things). But when one is from outside Germany, playmobil at this place was quickly well priced ;D . I bought the 3666 for €110 (it was still sealed) and the old refuse set 3470 was €40...
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Re: Pictures from Ritterhude (march 19th 2006)
« Reply #11 on: March 20, 2006, 06:34:00 »
@matchboxluc: thanks for the nice impressions... It was so much fun
once again. Actually I spent there time from saturday afternoon up
to sunday afternoon and it have been intensive 24 hours full of
playmobil and playmobil-fanatics. And I finally got very very close to
a sealed 3740...  :o
I feel sorry that we didn't manage to have a longer chat, but there
were quite a few boxes around there I didn't had my fingers in...  :-[
But, as always, it has been a pleasure to meeting you.  :)
I found it nice to be there too and to see some familiar faces; I 've made a few people happy with the fantasyland sets that I brought with me. It was hard to decide what I should get for myself, mainly because I collect the old sets. At least I found something; the refuse set fits into my collection and the large castle has always intrigued me because of its size :D.
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Re: Pictures from Ritterhude (march 19th 2006)
« Reply #12 on: March 20, 2006, 09:41:11 »
Wow! So much stuff! 8-)

The displays look really interesting (though a little macabre, in places :o), and I can just
imagine how much fun it would be to rummage through those boxes of mixed loose pieces. :cloud9:

Thanks for the pics, Jean-Luc!
Glad you had such a nice time and that you found some bargains that fit with your collection. :)
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Re: Pictures from Ritterhude (march 19th 2006)
« Reply #13 on: March 20, 2006, 13:43:06 »
Hi MBL,
It sure looks like you (or any Playmo Fan) would have had a great time.
I am envious of all the merchandies that is sold there.

There are some old, hard to find klickies that I have been looking for, and I wonder if they could have been found given the amount of sellers.  C'est la vie.

The castle is a great set.
Its the last one that is a steck system.
For castles, at least, I still think Steck is better than System X

I am glad you shared the photos with us,
Meg

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Re: Pictures from Ritterhude (march 19th 2006)
« Reply #14 on: March 20, 2006, 18:37:38 »
Thanks for posting the photos. There are some interesting things there.
Those poor animals!  It is clever though to combine the tiger halloween costume with a bear rug for a tiger rug.

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Re: Pictures from Ritterhude (march 19th 2006)
« Reply #15 on: March 25, 2006, 19:37:05 »
Another place I wish I had been... Thanks for the pictures  :) The hangman and the gallow gave me an idea  ;)