Kinder Surprises For Sale Or Trade
(Last Updated: 9 March 2018)
Nearly all my Kinder Surprise duplicates are for sale or trade. One or two I have decided to keep, but the rest are up for grabs. Those which are currently the subject of trade negotiations have also been left out. My swaps are divided by series, and within that, are now divided between sets and individual toys. First and foremost, I would prefer to trade. But I'm also happy to sell, and prices are now quoted with each set or individual toy offered. These are in New Zealand dollars, which are about half the Euro in value (NZ$1 being equivalent to around 50 Euro cents). There will also be a charge for postage and packaging. If buying from outside NZ, please pay by bank draft. Alternatively, I can now accept online payments via Paypal. Within NZ, a simple cheque will do. Note that now that I have catalogues I am more aware of toys' values, and prices will reflect that, though I'll generally only charge 25-35% of the catalogue price.
The abbreviation MIC means Mint In Capsule, and means that a toy is unassembled in its capsule with all its parts, stickers (if it was issued with those) and a paper. If it doesn't have the warning paper but does have all the other essentials, I still rate it as MIC. Loose means assembled and mint. The presence or absence of a paper affects the toy's value, please note.
Anyone who dares try to rip me off will go on my Bad Traders List for all the world to see. But I have also created a Good Traders List for some of the many excellent traders out there. Check these lists out!
I have changed the format of this section slightly. From now on, only this page will have links to all the subsections, so to go from one subsection (eg K95 Toys For Sale Or Trade) to another (eg K01 Toys For Sale Or Trade), you'll have to come back to this page first. As with the Personal Kinder Surprise Collection section, it was getting to the point where subsection hyperlinks were almost outstripping actual page content, hence the new streamlined format.
The first subsection is 1980s/90s Unnumbered Toys. Click here to go to that or on one of the links below to visit another part of this section that interests you.