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The toy suggestion mentioned in the On One Condition trope. I don't think it'd work. Sure, the toys would lose their value as a collector's piece but they'd still have some value. The best Monty could get would be reselling them as second hand toys for that value, assuming there's no rule against reselling items bought with part of those 30 millions.
Yes, I think that bit should be removed. A rare stamp, once franked, is still valuable: the point is that it is something that, by using it, Brewster has legitimately ceased to own it. The same doesn't hold true for a rare toy: taking it out of its box and playing with it would wipe a huge amount off its value, but it would still be fairly valuable, and Brewster would still be its owner.
In fact, I've removed it.
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