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(From Nick's link) "Lebow bought Wee Forest Folk figurines, as did many of the auction customers. The figurines "” mostly mice in poses of different themes, such as holidays and sports "” are a popular collector's item and can go for hundreds of dollars apiece. Richardson also dealt in the more expensive Hummel figurines and Lladros." Wow. "Two customers say they each paid Richardson more than $20,000 for Wee Forest Folk figurines during the auction" How could you ever justify paying a sum of money that could be used to purchase a decent car on a "Wee Forest Folk figurine"Well, sure, but neither rain, nor sleet, nor gloom of night stopped him from ripping people off, so you've gotta give him credit for that. ÂThe all-time most brazen eBay scam, in my opinion: http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/20...ebay-fraud.htm. The moral of the story? If you're spending over $20,000 on "Wee Forest Folk" figurines... Just. Stop.