Jamie Hutber's vintage Warhammer collection to be sold off on eBay.
Image: Jamie Hutber

A Warhammer fan who has spent decades collecting some of Games Workshops’ most epic miniatures for their Warhammer skirmish games has finally decided to put a hefty price tag on his vintage collection, selling the whole thing for $63,000 as of the initial price. 

The Good Ol’ Warhammer Has to Go 

Jamie Hutber, the lifetime franchise fan, is now hoping that his collection could actually auction for anything up to $100,000, given how much plastic he is bringing to the table, along with Space Marine devastators from the Rogue Trader Era, GorkaMokra, Battle Masters, Necromunda, Mordheim, and so much more.

There are some real gems in the collection, including the Lord of the Ring spin-off Battle of Five Armies, which is granted – not a Warhammer game, but it found inspiration in both franchises and is among the numerous minis available. There are tons of different miniatures for Warhammer 40,000 from across all the various editions of the game. 

Hutber has been collecting a lot of individual miniatures in his time, too buying out single minis to add to his collection. You can see a lot of different battle vehicles, including the Space Marine Land Speeder Tornado and Eldar Jetbike, along with the Dark Elder Raider and so much more.

Clogging Up Space for New Acquisitions 

Hutber though is not giving up on the hobby at all. Rather, he explains, it’s mostly because of a lack of space at his home – and the pursuit of new and cool miniatures to add to his collection. There is no exact estimation of how much these miniatures have cost Hutber, but the price tag he is looking to fetch will more than cover his ample spending in the past. 

More importantly, the collection can be a great opportunity for true collectors out there to home and grab a number of precious vintage kits themselves. Of course, the whole thing is coming in bulk, so whoever wishes to complete the gaping holes in their Warhammer obsession will probably have to cough up more than just the money for a few odd kits. 

If you are keen to stock up on some new Warhammer miniatures, however, you can do so with the latest Combat Patrols for Warhammer 40K. 

Stoyan Todorov

Stoyan entered the hobby over seven years ago and his collection has been growing at a pace his spouse has described as “concerning.” Willing to push the boundaries of the connubial bliss to its extremes, Stoyan is here to bring you the latest updates and developments from the world of board games.