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    Captain Action - Third Issue Box (Ideal, 1967). As if the rest of our Captain Action offerings were not enough, here we have yet another stunner, a mint in VF+ box example of one of the coolest toys to ever hit the shelves. This is the impossible-to-find third issue box, complete with a super-cool 4-ft. parachute, and giant box blurb announcing it to every eager kid in the store. This box is complete: accessories are mint, still sealed in their original baggie; Video-Matic flasher ring is NM/MT; parachute and instructions are still sealed in their original baggie, NM (some light blunting of the instructions at the corners); comic book is VG, moderate overall wear. Figure and uniform are NM/MT, with perfect face paint. A truly stunning example of this rare CA collectible; bid early and aggressively -- remember, he who hesitates is lost.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2003
    6th-10th Thursday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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