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« Reply #1635 on: Thursday, March 21, 2019, 12:58:20 »

You might get lucky if you can find a collector. I highly doubt you'd get more than about 50.
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« Reply #1636 on: Thursday, March 21, 2019, 13:59:04 »

You might get lucky if you can find a collector. I highly doubt you'd get more than about 50.

The big bucks only come when these things are sealed in mint condition.
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« Reply #1637 on: Thursday, March 21, 2019, 14:02:34 »

Oh yeah absolutely.. like I say, I'm not even thinking about selling it.. I was just wondering.. every now and then I feel like I might get it out and have a go on it... but then I seemingly can't be fucked.
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« Reply #1638 on: Thursday, March 21, 2019, 23:21:45 »

Tbf Darlo, Nintendo collectors do tend to be a bit of a different breed. My mate (cue scores of scoffs and guffaws) has been selling all manner of Nintendo based hardware, peripherals, commemorative toys and old games for years. Never short of a buyer and we're talking worldwide. An example for how nuts some buyers are, just recently he sold an unboxed Zelda N64 cartridge for around 20. Most his stuff does tend to be boxed though, so that gives you a marker, in terms of price.

I think with Nintendo collectors (it may be similar with other), it's a matter of "Yep, I'll have that crotched promotional Yoshi plush toy" & "Give me that Pikmin keyring now" because they simply want what others haven't got. I'm pretty certain the Pikmin keyrings my mate had sold to mostly Japanese (who woulda thunk it?) buyers for silly prices.

If you're not in a rush to sell it, take your time and I'm sure you'll get a buyer or two interested. Of course, you can only take what I say at face value and as I'm the resident shit poster, please disregard all of the above  Cheesy
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« Reply #1639 on: Friday, March 22, 2019, 22:27:26 »

Tbf Darlo, Nintendo collectors do tend to be a bit of a different breed. My mate (cue scores of scoffs and guffaws) has been selling all manner of Nintendo based hardware, peripherals, commemorative toys and old games for years. Never short of a buyer and we're talking worldwide. An example for how nuts some buyers are, just recently he sold an unboxed Zelda N64 cartridge for around 20. Most his stuff does tend to be boxed though, so that gives you a marker, in terms of price.

I think with Nintendo collectors (it may be similar with other), it's a matter of "Yep, I'll have that crotched promotional Yoshi plush toy" & "Give me that Pikmin keyring now" because they simply want what others haven't got. I'm pretty certain the Pikmin keyrings my mate had sold to mostly Japanese (who woulda thunk it?) buyers for silly prices.

If you're not in a rush to sell it, take your time and I'm sure you'll get a buyer or two interested. Of course, you can only take what I say at face value and as I'm the resident shit poster, please disregard all of the above  Cheesy


If I'm honest.. It's my girlfriends from her childhood... I don't think either of us want to sell it.. but it's just nice to know as I understand a lot of "old school" things (especially consoles etc) are sought after these days.. then again, I'm sure a lot of it depends on whether these things are rare or not... something which I'm never arsed to find out.
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« Reply #1640 on: Saturday, March 23, 2019, 01:00:35 »

If I'm honest.. It's my girlfriends from her childhood... I don't think either of us want to sell it.. but it's just nice to know as I understand a lot of "old school" things (especially consoles etc) are sought after these days...

A suggestion, if you're both arsed and kinda like looking at old tech, but don't want to use or sell it...turn it into a piece you can install into your home as a feature or whatever. Say get it in a transparent perspex cube on an angle, stick some fairy lights up through the bottom and slide it into one of those nifty storage tables, a faux fireplace or any kind of recess. Kind of thing that looks a little bit different and looks good in low light. I mean it may look shit but there's no point it gathering dust in a loft/garage/shed, so it may as well gather some dust in your lounge  Wink
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« Reply #1641 on: Monday, July 8, 2019, 12:20:13 »

Got some time to kill?: http://minesweeperonline.com/
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