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   Posted 8/10/2004 2:26 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From marimacc.Alert An Admin About This Post.
Darn, I'm at work, I think it was BH4. I'm very excited to get this stuff out of my house, and pay for a little of Gencon to boot!
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burned bush wells? ballots and bullets? mad mesa? lost conquistador's mine?

(this is all the modules for Boot Hill, from rarest to most common)

BH4, Burned Bush Wells, could be a real find. I haven't seen it on ebay in months.


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   Posted 8/10/2004 2:45 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From marimacc.Alert An Admin About This Post.
In fact I believe it is burned bush wells! The reason I didn't know if it was worth anything was because it wasn't on acaeum, and I couldn't find any old auctions on Ebay. Thanks! I'll add that to the list tonight, it's in very good shape.

In point of fact, I'm basically a hoarder, and a thrift store junkie, so I come by a fair amount of gaming related stuff cheaply that way, and what I decide I'm not really, or no longer interested in, I'm happy to ship off to some other appreciative gamer, whether it makes a lot of money or not, since I don't really have anything invested in it.

Unfortunately, I haven't come across a lot of gaming related stuff that way lately, and I'm a tad worried that someone in the back room of my favorite thrift store has decided that gaming books are "evil", and therefore they are just throwing them out. Although, honestly, very few of the thrift store workers speak English, so I'm not sure they even know what those books are.

Woah, sorry for the ramble!!
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   Posted 8/10/2004 5:34 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From The Auction Dude.Alert An Admin About This Post.
"Bloodstone Pass H1: Still techincally in shrinkwrap, although it's pretty torn up shrinkwrap" -- marimnacc

Always is. :/ That's the one in the very thin and easily crushed box. But the whole "H" series goes for serious bux.

"burned bush wells" -- marimnacc

A lot of those Boot Hill RPG adventures are becoming valuable. The game has it points, tho it has a high incidence of lethality; don't get attached to your character. And the game has a long history; the original 1st edition booklet version is highly collectible, as is the similarly sized but revised 2nd ed. The boxed sets are johnny-come-latelies. ;>


Woah, sorry for the ramble!!" -- marimnacc

You call that a ramble? ;>

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   Posted 8/10/2004 5:40 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From bcarson.Alert An Admin About This Post.
marimacc said...

Unfortunately, I haven't come across a lot of gaming related stuff that way lately, and I'm a tad worried that someone in the back room of my favorite thrift store has decided that gaming books are "evil", and therefore they are just throwing them out. Although, honestly, very few of the thrift store workers speak English, so I'm not sure they even know what those books are.
More than likely you just have competition - someone else is snapping up the gaming material and trying to make a living off e-bay...


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   Posted 8/10/2004 5:41 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From The Auction Dude.Alert An Admin About This Post.
"Arduin Dungeon 3, with the illustration sheets and the errata, in NM-Mint condition
First Edition Player's Handbook, First Printing in VG
First Edition Pendragon Box Set
The Strategic Preview, No. 5" -- jtotheb

All very tasty stuff. We don't see an AD&D PH 1e1p very often at all, and in VG, wow.
The Pendragon has serious fans. So does Hargrave's "Arduin Grimoire" series, the dark original competitor to D&D.

A lot of folks know nothing about Strategic Preview, so here's a blurb. Most collectors know that Dragon magazine grew out of Strategic Review, a short-lived and very thin publication from Tactical Studies & Rules (later TSR Hobbies, later TSR Inc., later TSR division [department?] of WotC). But inside TSR, a photocopied news blurb for employees only was first nicknamed and then formally titled the "Strategic Preview" in imitation of their public version. This is extraordinarily rare, for serious collectors only, and very few still exist, mostly of the later numbers (like #5 above). It gives a neat capsulized view behind the scenes in the earliest days of the brand-new company of the late 1970s.

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   Posted 8/10/2004 5:53 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From The Auction Dude.Alert An Admin About This Post.
LATE NEWS: UNIQUE RPG ITEM
 
At GenCon 1977, TSR contributor J. Eric Holmes (author of the "bluebook" version of D&D) met briefly with Rob Kuntz (co-DM of the original Greyhawk campaign and another TSR contributing writer) to talk about ideas for a revision of the olde "Gods Demigods & Heroes" D&D supplement. Dr. Holmes, then Associate Professor of Neurology at the USC School of Medicine in Los Angeles, agreed to do a brief summary of the gods presented in the works of H.P. Lovecraft, for use in the upcoming book "Deities & Demigods" (by Ward & Kuntz, discussed in a post above). The credits for the hardback list thanks to Dr. Holmes "especially for his help with the Cthulhu mythos" (DDG pg 4).
 
We have a new entry in our database for a copy of the "Original DDG Cthulhu Manuscript" (from someone's obscure archives), including:
 
a. Letter from Holmes to Kuntz, 10/20/77
b. Reply from Kuntz to Holmes (undated but presumably early Nov. 1977)
c. Reply from Holmes to Kuntz, 11/22/77
 
d. Typed manuscript of the "Lovecraftian Mythos in Dungeons & Dragons" with many hand-written editorial notes and changes. This early text is substantially different from the published version, and includes "Yig, Supreme God of Serpeants", which is not found in DDG.
 
We will review this item when it arrives to confirm its originality and the (apparently extensive) differences between it and the eventual version.

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bcarson said...
marimacc said...

Unfortunately, I haven't come across a lot of gaming related stuff that way lately, and I'm a tad worried that someone in the back room of my favorite thrift store has decided that gaming books are "evil", and therefore they are just throwing them out. Although, honestly, very few of the thrift store workers speak English, so I'm not sure they even know what those books are.
More than likely you just have competition - someone else is snapping up the gaming material and trying to make a living off e-bay...
Definitely possible bcarson....though this is one of the few thrift stores around that does not have what I call "resident pickers", that is, pickers that basically hang around all day (or make the rounds of 2-3 stores throughout the day).  I used to know who a lot of the local pickers were; the thrift store that I frequent most often nowadays only appears to have pickers in the jewelry section and occasionally clothes.  It's one of those secondary for profit thrift stores that lives on very high volume and low prices.  So it's a little weird that I haven't seen ANY gaming supplements in a while....I'm wondering if someone in the back is siphoning them off, although they aren't supposed to do that.
 
Ugh, now I've got a BIG thirfting jones!!!
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   Posted 8/10/2004 6:01 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From marimacc.Alert An Admin About This Post.
The Auction Dude said...
"Bloodstone Pass H1: Still techincally in shrinkwrap, although it's pretty torn up shrinkwrap" -- marimnacc

Always is. :/ That's the one in the very thin and easily crushed box. But the whole "H" series goes for serious bux.

Yeah, I had to be very careful with it when putting it in some plastic bags for auction purposes, that shrinkwrap is in tatters, and the box has been a bit crushed, but it's still basically intact, I hope someone enjoys it!
 
FYI, I found out that modules fit perfectly in my gallon ziplock bags, perfect for the auction!
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   Posted 8/10/2004 6:03 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From marimacc.Alert An Admin About This Post.
The Auction Dude said...
LATE NEWS: UNIQUE RPG ITEM
 
 
We have a new entry in our database for a copy of the "Original DDG Cthulhu Manuscript" (from someone's obscure archives), including:
 
a. Letter from Holmes to Kuntz, 10/20/77
b. Reply from Kuntz to Holmes (undated but presumably early Nov. 1977)
c. Reply from Holmes to Kuntz, 11/22/77
 
d. Typed manuscript of the "Lovecraftian Mythos in Dungeons & Dragons" with many hand-written editorial notes and changes. This early text is substantially different from the published version, and includes "Yig, Supreme God of Serpeants", which is not found in DDG.
 
  Wow, if we had a Gaming Museum, that would be a museum quality piece!
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AD,

I have been watching your announcements over the past few days, and I am trying to decide whether to put up my Lost Tamoachan this year. It looks like there are going to be a lot of rare and unique items in the auction this year. That might mean one of two things: 1) everyone will show up with lots of money and I will get a great price on my rare item; or 2) every collector with money to spend will focus on other things and the price for my item will be lower.

Given your experience, which interpretation is more correct? (I fully understand that this is merely an opinion and not a guarantee) If I don't put it up this year, I will most likely put it up next year.

Thanks for your imput.
Chris


 

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   Posted 8/10/2004 6:17 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From The Auction Dude.Alert An Admin About This Post.
"I am trying to decide whether to put up my Lost Tamoachan this year. Either 1) everyone will show up with lots of money and I will get a great price on my rare item; or 2) every collector with money to spend will focus on other things and the price for my item will be lower. Given your experience, which interpretation is more correct?" -- Not the Detroit Detective in Beverly Hills

The last year at Milwaukee ('02) was awesome and our biggest & best con and auction ever. We had a huge number of ultracollectibles and they all went for very high prices, matching market estimations. From that pov, your bagged Tamoachan would be fine, despite the lineup this year.

Last year was our first in Indy, and the first wholly under the new staff of Peter Adkison. (The last in Milwaukee was a double-team job, with the old and the new combined.) It certainly had its glitches and naysayers, but it succeeded. This year's will be bigger and better then last year. But it's still growing and adapting. Some have discovered how great Indy is, how much better than Milwaukee in so many ways... but not all. imho it's still in transition.
 
The other factor is the national economic climate. The "last year at Milwaukee" phenomenon produced auction highs that generally overrode an economic malaise. The first year at Indy coincided with a low point in the national economy, and it had its effects. Other game auctions in '02 didn't do very well, and last year was dismal for most. (GenCon is a special case; we did okay, tho smaller than the last couple.) This year, otoh, we have some economic growth again... but it's going slowly, and may stall. I think by next year things will be on more of an upswing than even this summer.

Given all the above, I thus think this year will be great -- but next year will be even greater. I would thus hold it one more year.

Some may disagree with me. But in this general case -- a bagged numbered pre-edition of either Tamoachan or Inverness (which became C-1 and C-2) -- it's a supercollectible with a proven track record of increasing value. The chance that the market for it will drop is extremely low. The chance of it increasing in value is extremely high. So why be hasty? :)

Frank

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The Auction Dude said...
LATE NEWS: UNIQUE RPG ITEM
  
We have a new entry in our database for a copy of the "Original DDG Cthulhu Manuscript" (from someone's obscure archives), including:
 
a. Letter from Holmes to Kuntz, 10/20/77
b. Reply from Kuntz to Holmes (undated but presumably early Nov. 1977)
c. Reply from Holmes to Kuntz, 11/22/77
 
d. Typed manuscript of the "Lovecraftian Mythos in Dungeons & Dragons" with many hand-written editorial notes and changes. This early text is substantially different from the published version, and includes "Yig, Supreme God of Serpeants", which is not found in DDG.
this is so up my alley for my collection.  Will this be going up on Thursday for the 30th anniversary, or Friday for the Collectibles auction?


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   Posted 8/10/2004 8:31 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From The Auction Dude.Alert An Admin About This Post.
"Will this be going up on Thursday for the 30th anniversary, or Friday for the Collectibles auction?" -- jtotheb

Have to wait and see it before I decide. But it's so ultrarare/unique that I'll probably preview it Thursday and sell it Friday nite.
 
Folks who can come Thurs but not Fri can always put in Proxy bids.

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Okay, that tears it. Shadowrun stuff AND Central Casting...I'm going to have to check out the auction this year....


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My Central Casting will be in the store.


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WooHoo!!!!


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   Posted 8/10/2004 4:03 PM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostIgnore Posts From The Auction Dude.Alert An Admin About This Post.
"Okay, that tears it. Shadowrun stuff AND Central Casting..." -- ValentineW

Try to come Thursday night for our RPG gala... we should have LOTS of SR items, in all editions.

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Valentine:

My shadowrun stuff is really cheap I think...I've got quite a few modules going in the store for $4-$5, enjoy!!!
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Do you have Ars Magica items in the auction very often? My group is starting an Ars campaign this winter so I am looking for anything I can get my hands on.
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Valentine:

My shadowrun stuff is really cheap I think...I've got quite a few modules going in the store for $4-$5, enjoy!!!
ah, another advantage to volunteering for the auction.
 
DIBS!


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eleran said...
Do you have Ars Magica items in the auction very often? My group is starting an Ars campaign this winter so I am looking for anything I can get my hands on.
Last Gen Con we had the following ARS MAGIC goodies (along with final sales price):
 
Ars Magica 3rd Edition $10
Ars Magica Storytellers Screen (unsold, min bid $5)
The Sorcerer's Slave (unsold, min bid $5)
The Sorcerer's Slave ($1)
The Sorcerer's Slave ($2)
 


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marimacc said...
Valentine:

My shadowrun stuff is really cheap I think...I've got quite a few modules going in the store for $4-$5, enjoy!!!
ah, another advantage to volunteering for the auction.
 
DIBS!
 
Nope - this is a DISADVANTAGE of working for us.  The crew isn't allowed into the store until after the regular attendees have grabbed all the bargins.... Sorry!


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Just wondering, how are the prereg numbers looking this year? Do you have a lot more stuff preregged this year as opposed to last year, or about the same so far? I'm also wondering if you know yet whether you're going to have to extend auction hours this year...were they supposed to be 10-10 or something like that last year, and ended up being 9-12, something like that?
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bcarson said...
jtotheb said...
marimacc said...
Valentine:

My shadowrun stuff is really cheap I think...I've got quite a few modules going in the store for $4-$5, enjoy!!!
ah, another advantage to volunteering for the auction.
 
DIBS!
 
Nope - this is a DISADVANTAGE of working for us.  The crew isn't allowed into the store until after the regular attendees have grabbed all the bargins.... Sorry!
Uh oh, sorry jtotheB.  I've got a lot of Shadowrun stuff going to auction too, I think the higest thing I have there is the Harelquin book, with a minimum of $10 or $15, then maybe the Native American Sourcebooks for $7 each, then most everything has a $5 minimum bid on it.
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