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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by niceday on Thu Jan 03, 2013 7:52 pm

@LindaJo wrote:Gee, nobody is going to rush out and buy the entire alphabet in gold? Laughing
There doesn't seem to be much love for the numbered cherubs, either.

I did think about it Very Happy but the Y looks like it has mickey mouse feet on it so I changed my mind Laughing Laughing
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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by ZAKLINZ on Fri Jan 04, 2013 5:27 am

I understand (I think) the reasoning behind the frequency and choices for retirements and it doesn't sadden me. It does make me feel like I wish I had more money...but if some of these beads were really that important to me, I would have them already. The only retirements that I really am bummed about are the ones that happened long before I started collecting and just can't be found at a reasonable price now. Like many others, I have paid way more for some retired beads than what any non-collector would think sane. I suppose that is part of the concern with retireds, that if you can't get everything that you want now, the price just might make them not so easy to buy later, so there is a sense of urgency that wasn't there before. So, I appreciate the list, Sita. Thank you. Now I have to think about what I really want, and not worry about the rest. Wink
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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by Kensington on Sat Jan 05, 2013 2:33 am

Guess it is time to seriously consider if I want a gold S bead Wink I have heard via the trollvine that the Pheonix is officially being renamed the Griffin bead Very Happy
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Post by Monique26 on Sat Jan 05, 2013 1:06 pm

@ZAKLINZ wrote:I understand (I think) the reasoning behind the frequency and choices for retirements and it doesn't sadden me. It does make me feel like I wish I had more money...but if some of these beads were really that important to me, I would have them already. The only retirements that I really am bummed about are the ones that happened long before I started collecting and just can't be found at a reasonable price now. Like many others, I have paid way more for some retired beads than what any non-collector would think sane. I suppose that is part of the concern with retireds, that if you can't get everything that you want now, the price just might make them not so easy to buy later, so there is a sense of urgency that wasn't there before. So, I appreciate the list, Sita. Thank you. Now I have to think about what I really want, and not worry about the rest. Wink

I kind of feel that way too.
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Post by Brightonbelle on Sat Jan 05, 2013 1:22 pm

@Monique26 wrote:
@ZAKLINZ wrote:I understand (I think) the reasoning behind the frequency and choices for retirements and it doesn't sadden me. It does make me feel like I wish I had more money...but if some of these beads were really that important to me, I would have them already. The only retirements that I really am bummed about are the ones that happened long before I started collecting and just can't be found at a reasonable price now. Like many others, I have paid way more for some retired beads than what any non-collector would think sane. I suppose that is part of the concern with retireds, that if you can't get everything that you want now, the price just might make them not so easy to buy later, so there is a sense of urgency that wasn't there before. So, I appreciate the list, Sita. Thank you. Now I have to think about what I really want, and not worry about the rest. Wink

I kind of feel that way too.

I agree except for the ones that I haven't been buying because I thought they were overpriced and hoped that someone would give them to me (Carved Flowers for instance).
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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by ZAKLINZ on Sun Jan 06, 2013 6:08 am

Brightonbelle, if you happen to find someone that will buy beads for you, please give them my number. Very Happy
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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by hayseed on Sun Jan 06, 2013 6:18 am

@ZAKLINZ wrote:Brightonbelle, if you happen to find someone that will buy beads for you, please give them my number. Very Happy

Agree Me, too, BB!!! geek
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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by reltan on Sun Jan 06, 2013 4:53 pm

The only reatirement that makes me happy is carved flowers...I have one also always thought that it was far to expensive ...now at least it has a proper value
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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by Monique26 on Sun Jan 06, 2013 7:34 pm

@niceday wrote:
@LindaJo wrote:Gee, nobody is going to rush out and buy the entire alphabet in gold? Laughing
There doesn't seem to be much love for the numbered cherubs, either.

I did think about it Very Happy but the Y looks like it has mickey mouse feet on it so I changed my mind Laughing Laughing

I think it almost makes it more endearing that way! Laughing
I have my K-inital in gold and do love it! Love
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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by Fee on Mon Jan 07, 2013 9:32 pm

Hmm I have nog problems with those retireds. I like the birdhouse only.
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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by agatha on Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:34 pm

nooooooo!!! the golden A?!!
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Re: Trollbeads Retireds 2013

Post by Brightonbelle on Fri Jan 11, 2013 5:38 pm

@hayseed wrote:
@ZAKLINZ wrote:Brightonbelle, if you happen to find someone that will buy beads for you, please give them my number. Very Happy

Agree Me, too, BB!!! geek

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