I'm not sure what baggie type that is, it is a plain one with no text on it. I know that they were packed in French playsets. You do see them on ebay every now and then so keep your eyes peeled.Regarding the 3 different coo's:
The one on the left with date and scar underneath is the most common of the light green Wallies.
I have seen him myself on a kenner ROTJ Moc. The last one i sold in Near mint condition was £30
a couple of years ago. I think £35-£40 is realistic but look how much Adam's one went for on ebay
a few weeks ago - £80 odd quid, so it's worth what someone is willing to pay for it.
The middle one with no markings, just scarred out is the same as my baggie one, and is considered
the 'true' French Meccano variant. I've seen these for £40-£50 over the last couple of years but again,
there are a lot of new loose variant collectors on the scene in the last 18 months and prices as with
all variants have pushed up.
The rarest one with the '1' scar only is VERY rare. I can't put a price on this one because i know
there are a lot of uber variant collectors that have been around for years and years that still search
for this figure.
I hope this info helps. I have sent you a pm as well
- @snaggletooth wrote:
- @Lee_m wrote:
- Some great and informative information in this thread especially Rog's and Panastur's
Here are the 3 different light green Wally's and their different coo's:
..'Date & scar underneath'.............'No markings at all'................'1' remaining and scar'
..And here is my light green baggie from the French playsets i am guessing...
(His coo is the second in my pictures with no markings)
Hi Lee, do you know what type of baggie that is, ESB-h? also how much will these loose Wallys and the baggie cost me in that condition?