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Patch prices and Ebay

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Patch prices and Ebay

Post by Gary » Fri Aug 10, 2018 3:15 am

What is going on again? People are throwing some big money at patches again at the moment. Recently a couple of Chinook patches went for £98 and over £100. Which is just funny as Bomber patches release a set of 3 or £36 delivered yesterday

Can't believe how many have bought the Squadron Prints RAF 100 just to sell for huge profit.
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Re: Patch prices and Ebay

Post by ROB MkIX » Fri Aug 10, 2018 5:42 am

I know that things are worth what someone will pay but it is mad. An Aussie E-7 RIAT patch went for £70 on ebay last week but are back in stock with Bomber patches for $16.95.

Where are the Chinook patch sets for sale as can't see them on BP website?

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Re: Patch prices and Ebay

Post by lynothehammer » Fri Aug 10, 2018 6:19 am

Apparently the 3 set has asked to be removed by the RAF so it's no longer on sale.

https://bomberpatches.com/products/roya ... cial-patch

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Re: Patch prices and Ebay

Post by Minty » Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:38 pm

The RAF100 Flypast patch set that is currently listed on eBay, is at £255 with five days to go. Now that is still quite reasonable if you go by cost per patch, which works out at under £13.50, however you'd have to be naive to believe that it's going to stay at that price. I reckon that set will sell for over £400. Some people have more money than sense.

The Typhoon '100' Spearhead alone sold for £96 last week.

I don't care how much somebody offers me, I will never sell my set. It's RAF heritage now, and I am proud to own a piece of it.

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