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Your Fraggle Collections

Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by Snoffsan, Oct 6, 2008.

  1. The Shoe Fairy Active Member

    One trip to Blockbuster later... Dang it, no Fraggles to be found! but I did see a copy of Elmo in grouchland for less than $10 on DVD. Might buy it just for the Special Features.
  2. Foodie Active Member

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  4. justairbagit New Member

    WoW foodie love your collection but I must ask.... Why so many duplicates? I have a pretty decent collection and just recently aquired a lot of original sealed items including stamps and 3 wind up doozers. Ill post pictures of mine when i get a chance but mine doesnt even compair to the greatness of your collection lol
  5. bazooka_beak Active Member

    I have the first three seasons on DVD, and Red doll that was mangled by my sister's dog :/ They still owe me a new one.
  6. Foodie Active Member

    Thanks. That's not even all of it. I've got the Nanco fraggles piled all over the floor now and those little UK ones and.. my Gobo prototype isn't in those pics either and I don't thing the Sababa DVD fraggles are there either. Why the duplicates? Hmmm... I guess it's because they're fraggles and, when I first discovered eBay 11 years ago, I bought almost everything I saw that was fragglish. I really liked eBay back then. :excited::smirk:
  7. Snoffsan New Member

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  9. Snoffsan New Member

    Yes Im going to sell my collection. Since I got my kids they dont really understand why they cant play with "my toys" :coy: so I thought that my fraggles would be better off in someone elses home.

    I do have a gobo towel as well as red towel. And the cloth thing is actually just a pice of fabric that you can make what ever you want of.

    The shipping however is not that cheap from sweden to USA som I will se if I put up any pig objects on ebay, but the smaller ones will probably end up there and earn me some money for my planned Thailand trip. An so will my Fraggles make many people happy! :excited:
  10. Foodie Active Member

    Yay!:smirk: Well, when you list it on eBay, could you give us a link? Sometimes it's hard to find things from other countries through the US version of eBay.
  11. zns Active Member

  12. Snoffsan New Member

    I will let you know when they are on ebay. Just have to find the time to look at the sshippingcosts and stuff like that.
  13. Foodie Active Member


    Thanks. I just dig the fraggles. :smirk:
  14. Foodie Active Member


    Cool. :smirk:
  15. Kiki Active Member

    I live in Australia. There. Is. NOOOO. Fraggle. STUFF! There are the DVD's, but that is all. Oh, and I found a hoodie. =) But nothing, really. I have a top and a Red and Wembley soft toy I ordered from the states, and I have a jigsaw puzzle. And a video. *nod*
  16. Pork Active Member

    you found a Fraggle Hoodie! that's so awesome. I have one shirt that I found around the place, and the DVD's. Besdies that...nothing :(
  17. Kiki Active Member

    That's still really kewl, finding a top! But yeah, I got the hoodie from this really awesome shop with lots of music and cartoon tops. But I saw the same one in the Miss Shop bit of Myer while I was looking at the cameras.
    Oh yeah, and I have those Mokey and Red figurines in the first pic of Snoffsan's.

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