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When posting a Lladro Figurine you have to remember three important things that the customer needs to know. First and foremost is the condition. They will have a lot of confidence in your product if a description lists the Lladro as having No Chips, Cracks, Crazing, or Repairs. Customers don't like to see dirt or scuffing in the pictures either. Second would be to take pictures in which the figurine takes up the entire screen. I've also seen a lot of lucrative auctions where there is a measuring tape within the picture. A Close up picture of the face to show whether the finish is Glossy or Matte is always a plus. Lastly a picture of the base is needed showing the customer the authenticity and the mold number. This one pictured above is a 5008 Called the Dreamer. In excellent Condition she did about $100. This retail price however is going rate and not book value.