OK, I'll declare now I don't know the seller, but their obviously thinning out their collection with lots of Dwarfs, Orcs etc at fairly reasonable prices and open to offers - well worth a look in my opinion.
I just love the idea of posting it 2nd class in the UK - why not spend the best part of £600 on a mini and throw it through the post without any insurance or tracking! Still it is a good looking dragon *sigh*
Alternatively if you just want a shed load (the video shows him literally taking them out of the shed) of midhammer (for the most part) models and can re-mortgage your house maybe this auction is more your cup of tea? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/185907973918
<p>White dwarf issue 1 June/July 1977</p><p>Has a slightly discolouration on the back as can been seen on photo</p><p>Has been in a poly pocket and a hard cardboard sleeve since I got it </p><br /><p>Book is in near mint condition and a piece of gw history</p><br /><br /><p>Postage is set high...
Seems like it ( if they asking 10k and then other bloke is asking 4k, anybody would thing, what a deal! ), but then stuff like this go on bidding and you wont see three digit number even combined with shipping and customs fee. Just like that bloke with old boxes. Undead Army Deal box or Orks 2nd ed. army box, if I recall, they were 10k GBP? HA! Then in interview he said that his prices are based on sold stuff.
and people think it's... pretty hard to make a like-for-like reproduction?... back cover is a bit harder but other then that, If I was an evil man, I could easily do a reproduction at home and selling it via ebay, even for £500 I could make a profit.. if only I was an evil man... or decided to get that colour laser printer... I decided not to get it mostly cause my inkjet is fine and colour laser is pricey but.. worth it in the long term and not unaffordable for a home user