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Hello guys,

I have a question regarding the upcoming Prop Store auction. Would I be right in saying as I live in the UK not only do I have to pay 20% buyers premium but also 20% VAT on the item and then I have to add VAT on the buyers premium and any card or postage charges?

Thanks for your time.
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David BurnsIt depends on the item, in some cases yes, I think you pay 20%vat on hammer price and fees, but for other items you only pay vat on the fees and not the hammer price. There is a little symbol next to each lot which defines what level of vat you pay. It is explained in more detail in section 7.8 in the auction info. Hope this helps

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Callum BarnesThanks Dave I'll check it out after work.

30 minutes ago
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Richard FinlayE-mailing PropStore would be your best bet. support@propstore.com

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Getting so many new collectors on here, thought I would post a few things, if you like cap or stark, I love the shield notes, always loved the monkey, I need the comic book framed like this, in case you got one, will trade big time ... See MoreSee Less

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Aaron KybartasLove the notes man (y) almost got them one time :/

9 hours ago
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Àlex TutusausWe have the original display designer among us hehej

8 hours ago   ·  1
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David KayserGlad to see again the cue cards. Pretty cool display uh? :)

7 hours ago   ·  2
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Thomas DerrickI got a bunch of items done this style, need more for sure, seen the dog tags that was offered, but the guy never got back with me, I need the comic book, any captain America stuff framed, please let me know, BEAUTIFULL framing

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Cee Kayummm if your looking for guns, try budk.com no props but nice enough.

11 hours ago
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Ken BentleyNot looking for guns lol. Props from either movie

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Tony BranchTombstone is, by far, my favorite western. I love that movie

10 hours ago   ·  3
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Alan Stephenson"I'll be your little huckleberry ..."

8 hours ago   ·  1
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Kevin Lee Myers"I'll make you famous." God, I love Young Guns II.

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David BroidoMichael Rooker has a few LOL

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Hector RosalesInteresting, I am in tombstone right now

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Here my new Friday the 13th piece, thanks to a fellow member here :-),
JASON GOES TO HELL MIN- IATURE ANIMATRONIC JASON AND TREE DEMONS - In the movie Jason Goes to Hell, Jason is dragged to hell by tree demons. This is a cable-actuated, animatronic miniature used to create that effect. Made by KNB fx The set-piece is approx. 20 in. in diameter and made of foamed latex over armature. The Jason figure is dressed in fabric costume and signature hockey mask. The entire vignette is operated by cables beneath the piece. This was intended for the final scene at the end but was ultimately deleted . This can be seen in the deleted scenes of the film . A historic piece of Friday the 13th history .
Pics are from former owner and used by me only here to show this piece !
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Craig OlssonThat's prolli the coolest thing ever

12 hours ago
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Jeff TrabertThats pretty spectacular

12 hours ago
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Jason VanderhoevenDrooling...like...really.

12 hours ago
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Ethan DexterSo cool, and the fact that its from a deleted scene makes it more interesting.

12 hours ago
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Jacques Boucherwow its amazing

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Jason DelgadoHoly crap

12 hours ago
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Paul WintnerThis was mine once had the biggest nightmare with it lol

12 hours ago   ·  5
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Dirk MüllerI know it was yours Paul :-) ...guess it was hell of display build here

12 hours ago   ·  1
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Pat BennettDude! You seriously KNOW PEOPLE! Thanks for sharing :)

11 hours ago
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Paul WintnerIt was just so hard to ship then the restoration was tough but always thought it was a beautiful piece

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Kelly Mark DelcambreRestoration was more then tough. It was hanging tough. Wait. Did I just write that?

9 hours ago
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Ann FitzpatrickWow congrats Dirk Müller ! That piece is just so Phenominal! That animatronic work of art is clearly its own display! ;)

9 hours ago
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Larry KiddNice score you maniac! Lol

9 hours ago
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Josh MillerAnd I'm the last person that shipped this piece, I think? LOL

7 hours ago
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Alan ClagueRonald Carr

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Alex NivenWow. Screen used

4 days ago
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James AzraelAwesome! You got it! Congrats my friend!!

4 days ago
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Will LeeEpic!

4 days ago
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Reginald Gooblyproduction made, not sure if screen used. I would imagine with their budget they used all of the hand puppets, but won't say unless I can confirm. I will try and screen match him, but it doesn't help that the only DVDs I have of the series is the 4 movie collection for $10 from Wal-Mart :/

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James AzraelThat's newer than my set lol mine still have "CD-Rom interactive PC features" advertised in the menu lol contact the Chiodo's maybe they can verify it's place on screen.

4 days ago   ·  1
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Doc GereWow Awesome!! Congrats !

4 days ago
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Hector RosalesOutstanding!!!!!!

4 days ago
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Travis CulpepperHell yeah

4 days ago
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Johnathan BelyeuI love it!

4 days ago
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Paul LondyU lucky man wow I liked critters more than gremlins

4 days ago
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Johnathan BelyeuCritters was my favorite movie as a kid. (It was a strange childhood )

4 days ago   ·  1
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Paul LondyIt's not strange mate the 80 s had the best films , frightnight , lost boys ,critters , e t , Indian Jones , star wars , rambo , 1 st nightmare on Elm st , commando and so on

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Johnathan BelyeuIt was indeed a great time to be growing up.

4 days ago
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Paul LondyI m 41 and it was brilliant ,even stand by me was good

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Johnathan BelyeuI won't start a list because I don't wish to hijack this post but I definitely agree.

4 days ago
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Paul LondyMate list away ,I d love to hear your greats of the 80 s .

4 days ago
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Johnathan BelyeuAll of the good Friday the 13th movies, Goonies, Monster Squad, Aliens, Outland, this really could go on forever.

4 days ago   ·  1
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Reginald Goobly80's were amazing. Puppet Master, Critters, Killer Klowns, Big Trouble in Little China, Goonies, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, even all of the comedies and teen movies are fun to watch!

4 days ago   ·  1
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Johnathan BelyeuHeck yeah!

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Paul Londygreat list , come on peeps bring back good films like the 80s , all this c g i makes me sick .

4 days ago
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Johnathan BelyeuThat will never happen.

4 days ago
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Paul LondyRemember teenwolf , back to the future , rocky film s 3 and 4 , cobra ,robocop , highlander, Greystoke , American werewolf in london , predator and so on .

4 days ago
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Paul LondyLet's keep going more lists

4 days ago
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Johnathan BelyeuAmerican Werewolf in London is still one of my favorite films.

4 days ago
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Paul LondyI know c g i, just made films boring and bland like half cartoon and half real life , remember dark crystal and labyrinth

4 days ago
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Was wondering if anyone has any props from the original Exorcist. Just wanted to see what was out there. ... See MoreSee Less

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Jason HarperThats what I'm hunting

2 weeks ago   ·  1
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Dave BurianKNB FX used to have this in one of their display rooms...not sure if it is the original statue from the first Exorcist film (in Northern Iraq) but it sure looks like it. I do know that it was used in 'Wishmaster' in Robert Englund's character's trophy "Room of Lost Gods".

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