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Rare & High-end Store

This store's name explains exactly what we offer here. This store includes unique, more rare and higher-end toys and collectibles.

We have now included Star Wars and non Star Wars items in this store.

High End Store FAQ

 

About The Bionic Man & Bionic Woman

The Six Million Dollar Man was Steve Austin (Lee Majors) and debuted in 1973. Austin, a NASA test pilot was critically injured after a crash. "We can rebuild him...we have the technology." The show ranked #11 in it's first year, then rebuilt its ratings to #9 in 1975 according to classictvhits.com

Following the show's success, came The Bionic Woman (Lindsay Wagner); who ran past The Bionic Man in ratings in 1975, as the #5 most popular TV show in the USA.

Fact: $6,000,000 in 1973 would be the equivalent of $29,109,849.46 in 2010. (source: westegg.com)

 
"Steve Austin, astronaut. A man barely alive. Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology...to build the world's first, bionic man...Better than he was before. Better, stronger, faster."

--- Six Million Dollar Man (1973)
 

What is "Proof Uncirculated?"

PROOF UNCIRCULATED - Meaning the items never hit the store shelves; came from their original factory sealed case and only opened and authenticated by the 3rd party grader, AFA.

Most collectors buy toys at retail stores or on-line. Fewer collectors buy entire cases which are normally only obtained from dealers, and cost more because one is buying typically 12 figures in a case.

Not all dealers sell factory sealed cases mostly because individuals may not always want to buy an entire cases, as they might just want one or a few choice items that came in that case.

A premium is or should be awarded to distinguish the rarity and the cost on having an entire case purchased even if one item is graded from the case.

We believe that authenticated sealed factory cases have a theoretical value higher than single "off the store shelf" figures.

This is due to the fact that Proof Uncirculated items have never been mass handled by the retail public.

Once a factory sealed case has been authenticated, the "U" grade meaning "Uncirculated" is added to the final grade.

Sometimes U-grades don't fully realize their potential value right away. But we believe that over time, as both most cases are opened, and most figures are opened and played with, this leaves limited odds that U-grades will be in the public domain.

Naturally, the higher the grade, and more unique the item, and harder to get, the greater potential in collector value.

All AFA items come in a custom AFA sealed acrylic case with a unique verifiable AFA serial number and AFA hologram seal.

Please note, just like any investment, we are not able to guarantee the future value of anything we sell.

 
         
         

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Six Million Dollar Man (Kenner 1976)
AFA Graded Porta-Communicator
From the original factory sealed case!
Vintage 70's Television
Action Figure Equipment
 
AFA U-85 [Proof Uncirculated]
Porta-Communicator transmits and amplifies your voice through a portable receiver. You can attach this to a 12" Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure - or most any other standard 12" action figure (figures sold separately). Comes with action figure helmet, 2 portable communicators, instruction sheet, and other accessories.
 
We've searched the major toy and collectable dealers on net. We believe we are the only dealer in the world with these U-graded (proof uncirculated) Porta-Communicators. Collector Note: There are no subgrades because the item contents are in a sealed box. We reserve the right to limit quantity at current prices. A rare opportunity to own a proof UNCIRCULATED, high-grade vintage item from the Six Million Dollar Man Series.
 

AFA Graded

    This item was authenticated and graded by an independent grader, AFA. Action figure is encased in acrylic to help maintain authenticity. Each figure has its own unique AFA serial number.
 
SOLD OUT! Gone for ever!
     
Six Million Dollar Man (Kenner 1976)
AFA Graded Porta-Communicator
From the original factory sealed case!
Vintage 70's Television
Action Figure Equipment
 
AFA U-90 [Proof Uncirculated] [Sample U-90 Grade]
Porta-Communicator transmits and amplifies your voice through a portable receiver. You can attach this to a 12" Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure - or most any other standard 12" action figure (figures sold separately). Comes with action figure helmet, 2 portable communicators, instruction sheet, and other accessories.
 
We've searched the major toy and collectable dealers on net. We believe we are the only dealer in the world with these U-graded (proof uncirculated) Porta-Communicators. Collector Note: There are no subgrades because the item contents are in a sealed box. We reserve the right to limit quantity at current prices. A rare opportunity to own a proof UNCIRCULATED, high-grade vintage item from the Six Million Dollar Man Series.
 

AFA Graded

    This item was authenticated and graded by an independent grader, AFA. Action figure is encased in acrylic to help maintain authenticity. Each figure has its own unique AFA serial number.
 
Our Price: $3,500.00
Sale Price: $2,900.00 - LAST ONE!
 
         
         

     
         
         

GAI Certified

Grade: 10

     

         
The Six Million Dollar Man (Donruss) (1975)
Extremely Rare GAI Certified: Grade 10
Maximum Possible GAI Grade: 10
 
GAI States on encased silver certificate, "UNOPENED" AND "PERFECT." Comes in hard, sealed clam-style thick plastic shell with raised GAI lettering, GAI Serial Number of verified authenticity.
 
NASA test pilot, Col. Steve Austin (Lee Majors) suffered a critical flight crash in The Six Million Dollar Man (1975). He is "rebuilt" using bionics (see caption left), and a hit TV show is born. Co-stars Austin's boss Richard Anderson.

This original, highly rare 1975 Donruss factory box comes complete with all 24 wax packs. We do not have historical data at this time on the number of cards per pack. Each pack includes unknown number of cards and or unknown number of stickers, and one stick of gum per pack. Some information we obtained suggests there are all stickers and a single piece of gum per pack. Despite its miraculous ability to survive consistency, please do not eat the gum.

Price Drop! Given the economy, management has dropped the price on this item by more than 50%! This price subject to change in the future. This is a one-of-a-kind indepdently authenticated GAI GRADE 10 box.
 
A lower grade box version at a much lower price is available here.
 

GAI Graded

    This item was authenticated and graded by an independent grader, GAI. Box is encased in acrylic to help maintain authenticity. Comes with its own unique GAI serial number.
 
Our Price: $9,999.99
SALE PRICE: $4,995.00
 
 
For non graded high-end, vintage, and all other trading cards:
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The Bionic Woman (Donruss) (1976)
 
This original highly rare 1976 Donruss factory box comes complete with all 24 wax packs. We do not have historical data at this time on the number of cards per pack. Each pack includes unknown number of cards, and or unknown number of stickers, and one stick of gum per pack. Despite its miraculous ability to survive consistency, please do not eat the gum. We do know there are 44 different cards in a set. Very good condition considering age.
 
Graded on our published scale: C8.
 
A lower grade box version at a lower price is available here.
 
Our Price: $995.00
Sale Price: $429.00
 

         
         

     
         
         

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Oscar Goldman (Boss)
(Six Million Dollar Man)
(Kenner) (1973)
Vintage 70's Television - Action Figures
 
Oscar Goldman (Richard Anderson) was the the Boss (or in intelligence terms, "handler") of an U.S. intelligence agency called, OSI (Office of Scientific Intelligence). Goldman handed down the secret missions to Colonel Steve Austin (Lee Majors).

Original factory packaging, complete. The top of the factory box factory box had been open. The bottom box seal at fully in-tact. The action figure does not show any signs of wear or ever having been played with. The figure is still tied to the original card backing. Also comes with original instructions, clothing as shown, and secret "exploding" briefcase.
 
This is the best condition figure and box we have ever seen so far.
Box C8/85 Figure C8/85.
 
1973 Fun Tested: A Kenner LP (Long Play) Toy
Manufacturer: Kenner 
 
Our Price: TBA
 
OUT OF STOCK
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Rare Bionic Woman
with Bionic Ear and Mission Purse
(Kenner) (1974)
Vintage 70's Television - Action Figures
Original factory sealed!
 
Bionic Ear Feature: "Hear her Bionic ear "ping" just like on TV when you turn her head from side to side."

Mission Purse Feature: Purse contains comb, brush, mirror, pretend cosmetics and cosmetic case. Plus a Billfold, picture of Oscar (Goldman...hammy), pretend credit cards (whew!) and "Bionic Bucks." Also comes with maps, map case, code and code case. Advertisement on back of box:

"Everything is included that she needs for secret assignments and to get ready for that special date with Steve Auston."

We are not sure if Steve knows about the Oscar Goldman photo Jamie carries around in her purse!
Original factory packaging, complete in original sealed box.

Box C75+ Figure C7 (
Right arm shows paint cracking due to aging. This could also be that figure may have been stored in an environment of higher heat. Everything else about the figure seems pristine). Rare to find a factory sealed box after 37+ years (1974) - 3 years older than the original Star Wars (1977)!
 
1974 Fun Tested: A Kenner LP (Long Play) Toy
Manufacturer: Kenner 
 
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