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  # 955983 21-Dec-2013 21:23
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That listing is over three years old - you can only ask for a relist for a few weeks after closing.

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  # 955984 21-Dec-2013 21:29
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A quick search has found similar items to this one on Amazon and Ebay.

http://www.amazon.com/Ravensburger-Neuschwanstein-Castle-Piece-Puzzle/dp/B0000AKN2L




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  # 955985 21-Dec-2013 21:33
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crazed: A quick search has found similar items to this one on Amazon and Ebay.

http://www.amazon.com/Ravensburger-Neuschwanstein-Castle-Piece-Puzzle/dp/B0000AKN2L


Not quite; it was a 12,000 piece version.  Seems like they are quite rare indeed.  2.4m by 1.3m

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  # 955986 21-Dec-2013 21:36
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ubergeeknz:
crazed: A quick search has found similar items to this one on Amazon and Ebay.

http://www.amazon.com/Ravensburger-Neuschwanstein-Castle-Piece-Puzzle/dp/B0000AKN2L


Not quite; it was a 12,000 piece version.  Seems like they are quite rare indeed.  2.4m by 1.3m


hence why I said similar :P further searching seems to show it may be a puzzle thats out of manufacture and has been for some time. several sites list it, but list it as out of stock.




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  # 956016 21-Dec-2013 23:23
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It also mentions it is very heavy, even if you did manage to get the item it will most likely cost much more to send than the item is worth. Assuming its 30x20x10cm up to 3kg it would cost at least $70 NZD



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  # 956017 21-Dec-2013 23:30
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Yes, you are right, it weigh 6-7 kg and I am ready to take in charge the shipping costs because I am desperately searching for this 12000 piece puzzle version, which is very difficult to find.

Many greetings,

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  # 975562 28-Jan-2014 09:05
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I checked with the seller. The item is sold long ago.

 
 
 
 




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  # 975610 28-Jan-2014 10:01
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Thanks a lot gzt for your precious help !

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  # 975655 28-Jan-2014 10:58
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It does seem like it is quite a rare item and could be worth a lot of money, if it could be found

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  # 975666 28-Jan-2014 11:04
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Hard to tell. Just because one or two sellers list at very high prices does not mean much. I find that situation exists often for out-of-print books for example.

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