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Tantei Opera Milky Holmes - Sherlock Shellingford - Nendoroid #156 - Anime ver. (Good Smile Company)

Tantei Opera Milky Holmes - Sherlock Shellingford - Nendoroid #156 - Anime ver. (Good Smile Company)
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H=100mm (3.9in)
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08/26/2011 As Standard
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Japanese
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First announced as No.163 but later changed to No.156.

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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥2,889)

Brand New for ¥2,889
└ Carefully packed with ♥
Pre Owned for ¥2,280
└ Check product page for item condition.
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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥2,277)

Product page : www.ninoma.com/...
Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 20 USD | 17 EUR | 25 CAD
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jiejie (3 years ago) #2176879I reboxed large parts of my collection today, and had a rather nasty surprise with this figure. Apparently her cape and her stand had a funny chemical reaction after being on display for ~2 years. They seem to have melted together where they're touching. Now it's impossible to remove the stand from her back. >_<
Did something like that happen to anyone else, or am I just exceptionally unlucky?
Nope this happened to me as well. I was packing mine away because of hurricane Irma and noticed the small stand part melted into her cape and looked like a suction cup. I tried to pick at it but I was scared I was gonna ruin it. The bad thing was I actually wanted to sell her as well. Looks like I am gonna have to devalue her :(
26 days ago
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In stock @ OtakuRepublic
Free Shipping woldwide from Japan.
Sold at Goods Republic ==> goodsrepublic.c...
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selling mine. pm me
complete list here
1 year ago
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Selling in set with other characters, please check my list for more info.
1 year ago
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In stock @ Japan Best
Get it now - shipping worldwide
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2,500 yen mandarake ekizo.mandarake...
2 years ago
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I reboxed large parts of my collection today, and had a rather nasty surprise with this figure. Apparently her cape and her stand had a funny chemical reaction after being on display for ~2 years. They seem to have melted together where they're touching. Now it's impossible to remove the stand from her back. >_<

Did something like that happen to anyone else, or am I just exceptionally unlucky?
3 years ago
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