G.I. Joe A Real American Hero Duke (First Sergeant)
  • G.I. Joe A Real American Hero Duke (First Sergeant)


    Duke was fluent in French, German, and English when he enlisted in 1967. Graduated top of his class at airborne school, Fort Benning. Opted for U.S. Army Special Language School. Specialized in Han Chinese and South East Asian dialects. Went Special Forces in 1969. Worked with tribesman in the boonies of South Vietnam. Ran four different Special Forces schools. Turned down a commission in 1971. Commands by winning respect. Current assignment: Acting First Sergeant, G.I. Joe team.

    Includes: binoculars, helmet, assault pack, M-32 sub-machine gun and features Swivel-Arm Grip.
  • Wave: 3

    Year: 1984

    Retail: $2.99 Series: A Real American Hero Group: 3.75" Action Figures
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RetailerPriceDiffLowest Found
ebay Sold AuctionsAvg: $328.00+$325.01 (+10870%)$76.00
ebay Buy It NowAvg: $77.50+$74.51 (+2492%)$49.99
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The average price based upon the last 2 sold auctions is: $328.00

[High: $580.00/Low: $76.00]. The average Buy It Now price is $77.50 based upon 2 filtered active auctions out of 7 which includes AFA graded auctions.

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This Duke (First Sergeant) toy was added on August 2023 and originally released in 1984 with a retail price of $2.99. This action figure is part of the G.I. Joe genre within the A Real American Hero series and included in Wave 3. With an average selling price of $328.00, this toy is highly collectible as it's selling for 109x over its retail price. Quite a few (73) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular. AFA auctions are considered in determining the value of this item, potentially leading to a greater variance in the price range.

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