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My gut says it's legit because it is set up like a garage sale and the seller either hasn't taken the time to look up its true value or doesn't care and just wants it gone. They all look used and open. If it was stock photos of sealed sets at a bargain basement price then I'd be skeptical. Give the guy a call and go check it out. Just the other day another member found a mostly complete / sealed bags Taj Mahal at a garage sale for like $45, so you never know. Good luck.

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