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Girls Frontline - Agent - F:Nex - 1/7 (FuRyu)
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1/7  H=265mm (10.34in, 1:1=1.86m)
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01/13/2021 Jako Standard
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¥22,800 zmień na USD
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Orders via F:Nex will come with a bonus background effect board PICTURE #2431331 and can be placed between the 1st May 2020 from 10:00JST to the 8th July 2020 at 23:59JST.

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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥36,225)

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Got Agent today and she's absolutely wonderful. She's a dominating presence in the Detolf, and the included background makes it easy to decorate with. The details are top notch, from the wrinkles in the clothes to the way her hands interact with her outfit. The fit and finish is great, assembly was easy and I never felt like I was in danger of breaking anything putting it together. Definitely love this purchase.
29 d. temu
Hello,

I would like to sell the figurine that I have just acquired for $ 425 (shipping included) because I am no longer interested in it and I will like it sent to someone who would like to have it


If you want more information (photo ...) speak to me by private message.
2 mies. temu
durask2 mies. temu#90716654DHL only shipping from Amiami...ouch.

Tell me about it, mine was 21k yen shipping... D:
2 mies. temu
DHL only shipping from Amiami...ouch.
2 mies. temu
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ddarko9 mies. temu#80250856I have been tempted myself to pick some up that I have come across going for some reasonable prices. The official pre-owned markets like AmiAmi or Manda haven't started reflecting that much though, but if this situation persists, I think we might even see it there too.
Only thing is, it could be a risky move in some ways too. There is always that feeling whether it might be better to keep things liquid or put it into something more value retaining like gold. Collectibles may not retain value during an economic catastrophe, even if it bounces back up afterward.


Oh for sure, that's why you have to make your choices very carefully. Even during an economic catastrophe, the 'currency' doesn't just fall into a black hole. It just moves hands, and you want the hands that it moves into to be interested in that which you own.

There will always be a select group of people (upper echelons) who have currency to burn no matter what happens, and they tend to be interested in rarities. When you have enough currency to buy everything that's readily available, you start to crave to obtain that which is not so easily obtained :P and life goes on y'know. What are they gonna do with all their spare time during a crisis, curl up into a ball until it passes? Haha :) I happen to know some of these 'crisis proof' people and they definitely collect items such as figures as well, but again, if it's not super rare they will either have them or aren't interested.
9 mies. temu
Demigod_Dan9 mies. temu#80250788Nice post. It's not as global as you might think as of now, since there are gradations to the economy shrinkage. For example The Netherlands' economy shrunk by 7%, in most of the US it shrunk 30%+. However, a second pandemic would really be a potential global economy crasher. That'll be interesting to see when/if that happens at all, starting around autumn this year.
The interesting part is that there is actually a disparity occurring on a global scale not seen ever before. Items which are still readily available are being sold en masse to create funds, and investors shun those so the price plummets. But on the other hand, there's also a group (myself included) who see this as an opportunity to snap up or even buy out rare items in order to make them even more scarce and valuable with people sitting at home clearing out their rooms which was long overdue or selling out of necessity to pay bills etc. as you said.
Basically the conclusion is that rare items made an enormous spike upwards since people are desperate for money and there's a large group actually paying those sums to snap them up while it's still possible (these items will hyperinflate more in the future), while regular luxury items are going to be the 'market victim' of the virus.


I have been tempted myself to pick some up that I have come across going for some reasonable prices. The official pre-owned markets like AmiAmi or Manda haven't started reflecting that much though, but if this situation persists, I think we might even see it there too.

Only thing is, it could be a risky move in some ways too. There is always that feeling whether it might be better to keep things liquid or put it into something more value retaining like gold. Collectibles may not retain value during an economic catastrophe, even if it bounces back up afterward.
9 mies. temu
rogue_g10 mies. temu#78092110Figures are a luxury good and we're at the cusp of a global crash due to covid. People seem to expect everything to adjust rapidly but the reality is markets for these types of goods take time to react because of the lead time manufacturing takes. New figures won't drop in price until 21 or into 22.
However, the aftermarket will react much faster. It's already very obvious in the classifieds and individual sale threads here on MFC. There are more people putting up their entire collections for sale right now than I've ever seen. It's gradually oversaturating the market here. Nobody is truly desperate yet so they're asking fair values, but give it another month or two. Real world issues of paying for rent and food will take priority. Then people will drop prices to rock bottom to get a fast sale than keep waiting another week, another month without offers.
It's sad, and very predictable, but that's capitalism. Free hand of the market about to fist a whole lot of collectors IRL for the next year.


Nice post. It's not as global as you might think as of now, since there are gradations to the economy shrinkage. For example The Netherlands' economy shrunk by 7%, in most of the US it shrunk 30%+. However, a second pandemic would really be a potential global economy crasher. That'll be interesting to see when/if that happens at all, starting around autumn this year.

The interesting part is that there is actually a disparity occurring on a global scale not seen ever before. Items which are still readily available are being sold en masse to create funds, and investors shun those so the price plummets. But on the other hand, there's also a group (myself included) who see this as an opportunity to snap up or even buy out rare items in order to make them even more scarce and valuable with people sitting at home clearing out their rooms which was long overdue or selling out of necessity to pay bills etc. as you said.

Basically the conclusion is that rare items made an enormous spike upwards since people are desperate for money and there's a large group actually paying those sums to snap them up while it's still possible (these items will hyperinflate more in the future), while regular luxury items are going to be the 'market victim' of the virus.
9 mies. temu
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