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Shining Blade - Sakuya - 1/8 - Mode: Cerulean (Kotobukiya)Shining Blade - Sakuya - 1/8 - Mode: Cerulean (Kotobukiya)

Shining Blade - Sakuya - 1/8 - Mode: Cerulean (Kotobukiya)
Category
Character
Materials
Scale & Dimensions
1/8  H=215mm (8.39in, 1:1=1.72m)
Release date
05/29/2012 As Standard
Price
Catalog ID
Japanese37,988 hits • 101 comments18 likes

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I'd like to buy pre-owned item A , box A or B, pm me
1 year ago
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selling mine, new in box, pm me!
1 year ago
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selling mine for $50+shipping: www.ebay.com/it...
MINT CONDITION!
1 year ago
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Selling her boxless, used like new condition, card in the hand is missing. EU based, worlwide shipping. PM for actual fotos & details.

Separately or with my full "Shining-series" collection: LIST #66237
Ebay : www.ebay.de/itm...
2 years ago
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Up on Mandarake (unopened) for 6500 yen - order.mandarake...
2 years ago
1pt
Selling mine! 65 USD
Item condition: S MINT
15 USD shipping worldwide!!
PM me if interested!
PAYPAL Purchase Protection!
2 years ago
0pt
I love this version much more than black one
this is simply BEAUTFUL
2 years ago
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FgrClctn (2 years ago) #5475574It sounds like the only way to fix it is to "pin" it. You would need to use some very small drill bits (used by hobbyists) chucked in a pin vise or "Dremel" motorized tool. You would have to carefully drill holes in both broken pieces and super glue or epoxy glue in a small metal reinforcing pin to secure the joint. Using small hand tools, you could improve the melted glue mess somewhat. The repair would be noticeable, but better than it is now. Meanwhile, try contacting Kotobukiya to see if they have a spare to sell you. ...or make your own weapon using reference material & your own imagination. Ebay might have some cheap counterfeit figures you could scavenge the weapon from. Unless you're able to get a replacement from Kotobukiya, the resale value of the figure has been significantly diminished already, so almost anything you do won't make things too much worse than they already are. I wish you the best however you choose to go about this restoration!

Thanks! I shall try that and hopefully Kotobukiya and some sites I buy from respond and help me get the replacement.
2 years ago
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Cxiong51 (2 years ago) #5453561It would be broken from the blade to the guard.It sounds like the only way to fix it is to "pin" it. You would need to use some very small drill bits (used by hobbyists) chucked in a pin vise or "Dremel" motorized tool. You would have to carefully drill holes in both broken pieces and super glue or epoxy glue in a small metal reinforcing pin to secure the joint. Using small hand tools, you could improve the melted glue mess somewhat. The repair would be noticeable, but better than it is now. Meanwhile, try contacting Kotobukiya to see if they have a spare to sell you. ...or make your own weapon using reference material & your own imagination. Ebay might have some cheap counterfeit figures you could scavenge the weapon from. Unless you're able to get a replacement from Kotobukiya, the resale value of the figure has been significantly diminished already, so almost anything you do won't make things too much worse than they already are. I wish you the best however you choose to go about this restoration!
2 years ago
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FgrClctn (2 years ago) #5382057I'm not selling what you're looking for, but I am curious as to what part of the weapon was broken. If it was the shaft, you could try sheathing the pieces with some small brass tube sold in some specialty hobby shops (R.C., Model Trains, etc.). If that's too difficult, or appears unsatisfactory, you could replace the shaft entirely with brass tubing or a solid plastic or brass rod. Replacing the shaft is a bit more difficult & requires some tools you may not have if you're not a kit builder or modeler.
It would be broken from the blade to the guard.
2 years ago
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