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Sell G.I. Joe Toys Or Entire Collections

We are buying vintage G.I. Joe toys, new or used

Today is September 28, 2023 and we are still buying G.I. Joes!

-Email: [email protected]
-Phone/Text: (352) 870-2888 (ask for Matt)
-Skype: transformerland

Why sell my G.I. Joe to Transformerland.com?

  • We're open and honest with our pricing. Head over to our free G.I. Joe ARAH Toy Collector's Guide and check out our G.I. Joe price guide, to see how much each figure has sold for at Transformerland. We make our pricing public so you can approach us confidently knowing what your toys are worth. We even offer a tool to help identify G.I. Joe toys and accessories for figure and vehicle sets. Who else does that?

  • G.I. Joe was the first true action figure (that term was coined to describe the America's Moveable Fighting Man!), originally introduced in 1964. Hasbro rebooted the line in 1982, this time scaled down to 3 3/4" to allow more figures to be sold at a lower price point, as well as make vehicles like tanks, jets, and trucks available at a believable scale, yet compact enough to be practical for small hands to play with. The special forces G.I. Joe team now squared off against the evil Cobra terrorist organization, in a battle to preserve freedom from Cobra Commander's military tyrrany. The figures used a rubber o-ring to hold the legs, waist, and chest together, allowing for a great deal of flexability and poseablity. The system was originally designed by Hasbro's Japanese partner Takara for their own Microman line, but Hasbro added the "Swivel-Arm Battle Grip". This bicep joint allowed the Joes and Cobras to hold and point weapons and tools to the side, instead of just straight ahead.
    Numerous vehicles and playsets were also produced, from motorized action backpacks to the massive 7-foot long USS Flagg aircraft carrier. The vehicles were sold unassembled and undecorated to keep costs down, making their assembly and sticker application by the consumer a bit like building a model. The toys reached the peak of their popularity around 1986, but the line continued to produce new figures and action sets until 1994! After a short hiatus, the line returned in 1997 and has continued in many forms and through many updates until the modern day.

  • Transformerland is the most trusted name in 80s action toy collecting, and our long history of honesty can be seen all over the internet:
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How do I sell my G.I. Joe Toys to Transformerland.com?

1. Let us know what you have. We can work from lists or pictures.

Picture Guidelines:

  • - Group shots are fine, 10-20 figures per picture
  • - For large vehicle sets, picture each set individually
  • - Picture groups of accessories separately from groups of figures if you're unable to match them up
  • - Spread out items so that nothing in the foreground blocks items in the background
  • - For the most accurate evaluation, picture EVERYTHING, especially accessories as they are crucial to the value of most toys.
For lists, include as many details as possible:
  • - Name of figure
  • - Sealed, opened, or loose without packaging
  • - Missing accessories
    • Note: Completeness is by far the LARGEST factor when it comes to the value of loose toys.
  • - Description (discoloration, sticker quality, joint quality, breaks, rust, etc.)

If your lot is too large to list, please contact us by email or phone for further instructions

2. We send you an offer.

3. We send you detailed packing guidelines, making special note of fragile items.

4. We send you a shipping label.

5. We pay you 80% up front through Paypal and 20% on receipt and inspection, or send the full amount by business check, money order, Venmo, or a method of your preference on receipt.

6. Drop off the shipping box or schedule a pickup.

"What else can I sell to Transformerland.com?"

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  • Much more, ask us!