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1960 aurora monster movie models

Posted by curtis13 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 21, 11 at 9:12

I have a few of these old models that I know little about. Does anyone k ow the detail of these or better yet the value.
They are the originals, built but with instructions. Moderate condition

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RE: 1960 aurora monster movie models

Are they like the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Phantom of the Opera models? In general the most valuable tends to be the sealed box followed by the opened box with all the parts still attached to the armature piece whatever that is called. I think the assembled stuff tends to have variable but lesser value to people who collect many examples of things vs. the purists and for people who collect things for the novelty/oddity of it.

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