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Lego 10182 Cafe Corner, Lego 10219 Maersk Train ALL NEW, collection from London area or Belgium

herrKherrK LondonMember Posts: 17
Hi all

I have spare 10182 MISB to sell for a reasonable price (easily negotiable under £2K).
I also have 10219 Maersk Train x3 MISB - offers welcome 

Also, many other sets MISB, NISB or used - Star Wars, Trains, Modulars, PF (lights motors extension cables)

Good choice of 9V motors (2x MISB, 2x NIB with box open but motors never run)

plenty of other sets too!

Check photos and get in touch. Viewing also possible...

Comments

  • PaperballparkPaperballpark UKMember Posts: 2,749
    Congratulations, your photos just broke the internet!

    Seriously, it would have been better to re-size them all before posting.
  • herrKherrK LondonMember Posts: 17
    Congratulations, your photos just broke the internet!

    Seriously, it would have been better to re-size them all before posting.
    Probably you are right and not right at the same time... would be good to have time to resize... worth noting that on my end they load very fast, so might be your broadband perhaps??? In any case persons interested can view these exceptionally high resolution photos (iPhone 7, 3 billion megapixels size) and see more detail on large screen. But I appreciate your advice. Next time I forward pictures to you first and since you have so much spare time on your hands please resize them for me. Cheers :DD
    PapaBear
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Denver 4800 miles to BillundMember Posts: 1,940
    What's in the high resolution picture with the divided container?
  • herrKherrK LondonMember Posts: 17
    oldtodd33 said:
    What's in the high resolution picture with the divided container?
    Ah. It appears iPhone is not so much about "3 billion pixels HD" as others may have previously suggested lol! Its a shot of Star Wars Advent calendar. One seal was broken from the day I bought it. The picture is there to show all toys are present!
  • jon_kjon_k UKMember Posts: 206
    lordy lordy ... I personally don't care about the size of the pictures as you have some amazing stuff for sale I dare not ask prices as I would envisage a divorce but....
    PapaBear
  • PaperballparkPaperballpark UKMember Posts: 2,749
    herrK said:
    Congratulations, your photos just broke the internet!

    Seriously, it would have been better to re-size them all before posting.
    Probably you are right and not right at the same time... would be good to have time to resize... worth noting that on my end they load very fast, so might be your broadband perhaps??? In any case persons interested can view these exceptionally high resolution photos (iPhone 7, 3 billion megapixels size) and see more detail on large screen. But I appreciate your advice. Next time I forward pictures to you first and since you have so much spare time on your hands please resize them for me. Cheers :DD
    Hey, I'm not bothered whether they show or not, and therefore whether you sell them or not. But, and this is just a thought, you might reach more people if you have photos which are quick to load for everyone, rather than just those in an area of super-fast broadband.

    After all, not everyone lives in a city. It took my browser at least 2 minutes to fully download all of them.

    But hey, what do I know? I make a suggestion (albeit tongue-in-cheek) and get a sarcastic response, so I'll not bother trying to be helpful in future.
    sid3windrKerrekiki180703stlux
  • HuwHuw Brickset Towers, Hampshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 5,847
    Took an age on my 70Mbps broadband as well...
    Paperballparkkiki180703
  • LegoboyLegoboy 100km furtherMember Posts: 8,243
    Flew through on 4G.  Don't what that means but they popped up quickly.

    Storage aside, I've always been of the opinion that photos can be uploaded by a seller at whatever resolution he wants.  If he wants decent pictures to promote his pieces then he should be allowed.

    General threads however, no.  They should be resized.
  • sid3windrsid3windr BelgiumMember Posts: 854
    I'd opt for resized ones that you can click through to full size ones ;) They came in pretty quick on my 100Mbit line here though. The magical word Belgium pulled me in... but my wallet is quickly pulling me out =)
  • dmcc0dmcc0 Nae far fae AberdeenMember Posts: 188
    Not so good on mobile with limited data though :-(
  • jon_kjon_k UKMember Posts: 206
    looks out of window.......... nope i don't live in a city .. and my modem works fine 
  • DeMontesDeMontes North YorkshireMember Posts: 327
    There’s a hint of drama as the photos gradually reveal themselves on my super fast fibre (ahem)
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 15,067
    edited November 15
    The good thing about the high resolution is that you can see these photos were taken in 2016 (according to the insert). Maybe they took a year to upload.

    Paperballparksid3windrkiki180703oldtodd33Mynattstlux
  • PapaBearPapaBear East CoastMember Posts: 168
    edited November 16
    Calm down people.  Is it really hard to open another tab or chill out for a minute while some pics load?  Mine loaded instantly.

    @herrK I'm interested in your old train stuff, but I would have to wait a few months to get some money.

  • herrKherrK LondonMember Posts: 17
    @PapaBear no problem give me a shout. I can share some spreadsheets with entire inventory. You can look through and tell me. Cheers
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