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Where to buy

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Thought it would be a good idea to have a thread for places to buy Who figures from, in case anyone comes across any good deals or places that still stock older figures.

I found that the Keeper of Traken set is still available from the Norwich TV and Movie shop for £50:
https://www.tvmnorwich.co.uk/action-fig ... figure-set

There's also the SciFiCollector store which still has the Pyramids of Mars "Mars" set and Peri and Sharaz Jek, although I don't know how "active" the site still is (their amazon storefront is definitely still active so possibly?):
http://shop.scificollectorshop.co.uk/ep ... e-sets-all

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B+M Evesham (a fair drive from me, but near a big tesco) still has the Harry Sullivan sets, along with the Shada sets.
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Doctor What wrote:
Tue Mar 10, 2020 4:51 pm
Thought it would be a good idea to have a thread for places to buy Who figures from, in case anyone comes across any good deals or places that still stock older figures.
Who North America, especially if you're in North America.

Crucially they've the last two years of B&M releases AND the recent Series 11/12 wave, only the McGann Dalek set is sold out. As far as older releases they've Sarah Jane figures, many classic sets I can't find elsewhere, and they frequently unearth rare figure caches that go up for much less than you'd expect - I found the 4th Doctor Adventure Set for $60 with shipping less than 2 years ago, and they had all the original Pertwee 2 packs then as well.

http://www.whona.com/

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https://www.britelly.net/

This site has a few of the old FP exclusives for pretty reasonable prices, might be worth a look if you're after some. They've also got some Torchwood figures.

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Doctor What wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 6:56 pm
https://www.britelly.net/

This site has a few of the old FP exclusives for pretty reasonable prices, might be worth a look if you're after some. They've also got some Torchwood figures.
Good find. That site design though 👌
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So, I'd mentioned Who North America ( whona.com ) above..

Lately, they got access to sell a collection of a guy who had.....a LOT. Old Character 4-10 figure packs from Series 1-4? Yep. Dapol? Every figure, multiple carding in some cases. Product Enterprise? Those too, but selling quickly.

Those particular niches aren't what I collect, but i know other people on here might find things they've been waiting for. Wanted the Dapol 2 armed Davros? The Character Series 1 Reaper? The talking "Attack of the Cyberman" Stealth Cyberman? All there. (And no, I'm not affiliated with them, just passing the word along. If this isn't allowed, apologies and I understand if this needs editing/deletion, but it seemed in bounds)

For Classic line Character fans they have three sought after items from the aforementioned collector - The Dalek Collector Set #1 (I have this already), Resurrection of the Daleks set and, most impressively, the Remembrance of the Daleks 4 Dalek set. The latter two are priced a bit high for me ($200 & $300 respectively), but I know some on here might REALLY want them.

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I have picked up Companions of the 4th Doctor and Companions and Enemies of the 13th Doctor for the paltry sum of £6. If anyone is looking for singles or the whole set let me know and will do a deal.

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