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PostSubject: Britains Rorke's Drift Diorama with add on Hospital   Mon Oct 19, 2015 1:48 pm

As above, this is for the full set which includes the add on hospital section.
Comes complete with boxes for both.
These are going for silly prices, I have listed these sets much lower than the prices others are selling at. I paid £260 so there is a saving of over £100. If you are interested in these sets then you will know that this is a very good price.


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PostSubject: Re: Britains Rorke's Drift Diorama with add on Hospital   Thu Dec 10, 2015 8:24 pm

I know this is a collect only option but I can't believe no one here is interested in these two sets.
I've put the price down to £149.00 for both the Rorke's Drift set & Hospital add on set.
These go for silly money normally and as it stands they are well under half price.
I paid £260 for them.
Just in case anyone has not seen the relishing here's the link if interested.
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PostSubject: Britains RD Diorama with add on Hospital    Thu Dec 10, 2015 8:48 pm

Agreed David , that is one crazily priced set ( CHEAP ! ) I can't believe it hasn't been snapped up straight away to be honest , these things as you say sometimes demand ridiculous prices Shocked Sad .
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PostSubject: Re: Britains Rorke's Drift Diorama with add on Hospital   Thu Dec 10, 2015 11:56 pm

Thanks 90th. I've had lots ask for me to post them. I post most things but these sets are just too fragile. I sent another of these sets packed to a member on here a few years back and it arrived smashed. Lucky for me though the member saw the postie throw, yes throw the boxes off the back of the lorry onto the ground even though they had fragile stickers all over them.
I paid over the odds for a supposed good service and that's what happend. This is why I'm loaved to do it again.
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