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JUMBO sized Pirate Mini-figure

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I found this in my eBay travels...

A 45cm/17.7 inches Pirate Mini-figure!!!

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And what's more, you can buy it off eBay! But only if you've got a spare US $899.99

(All hyperlinks link to eBay)

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In the left picture it looks like it's squeezed between 2 ships, a squeezed maxifig. for 899 dollars..

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Aaah shiver me timbers.

I've always wanted to have a fig like that.

Now that there's a chance, there's no money.. :pir-cry_sad:

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Aaah shiver me timbers.

I've always wanted to have a fig like that.

Now that there's a chance, there's no money.. :pir-cry_sad:

You could alwas sell your Rolls Royce :pir-grin:

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Man that thing is huge, as is the price tag. Still someone will probably want it. At least it doesn't dispense Pez or make Lego ice cubes :pir-grin:

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I found this in my eBay travels...

A 45cm/17.7 inches Pirate Mini-figure!!!

http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-53481-19...%3D150277636529

And what's more, you can buy it off eBay! But only if you've got a spare US $899.99

(All hyperlinks link to eBay)

WOW, very nice. I wonder if they ever made a soldier version? I saw the black pirate with the peg leg and hook once, but I think he was made out of Lego bricks and not solid like this one. Spare? If I had $900 spare laying around, it wouldn't stay spare very long. I would share it with my friends on BL.

Tony

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Why do these things get made?

There are those who have more money than they know what to do with so they need to waste it on something :pir-grin:

I'd be curious to know who actually made it, whether it was officially produced by the LEGO Group or by one of those Asian imitation/clone brand manufacturers.

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There are those who have more money than they know what to do with so they need to waste it on something :pir-grin:

I'd be curious to know who actually made it, whether it was officially produced by the LEGO Group or by one of those Asian imitation/clone brand manufacturers.

I took a closer look at the head and it has the Lego logo. But that could be cloned also.

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Tony

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Well, while making similar bricks to those made by Lego may not be enough for a lawsuit, I think using their logo is just enough. So I think this is in fact a Lego product, not another clone.

However, if I had that much money to spend on Lego, I'd spend it on some real and useful bricks of the right size, not this strange room decoration. :pir-tongue:

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Yes it is real, it is a `Pirate store display`...

Click the above link for further info.

BTW it really did not take more than 30 seconds of searching to find this info.

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