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Post Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 6:45 am 
 

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Midkemia Press books Carse, Tulan of the Isles, Black Tower, Heart of Sunken Lands x 2




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Dune  (100%) complete.

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Only $19 wih 3 days, 16 hours left.

Not a collector of this, but dont they often sell for about $100?


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Post Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:26 pm 
 

Yes. I have seen them sell for anything from $50 to over $100 depending on condition. It is one of the more highly sought after AH bookshelf games.

  


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Post Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:47 pm 
 

ICE MERP Riddle of the Ring. Last one I saw on Ebay sold for $110 !




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Post Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 9:02 pm 
 

Hey. If anyone wants a cheap (but a little battered) Powers and Perils set, here is one with a very low $5.99 BIN. Get in quick!!!




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Post Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 10:32 pm 
 

HermitFromPluto wrote:Hey. If anyone wants a cheap (but a little battered) Powers and Perils set, here is one with a very low $5.99 BIN. Get in quick!!!


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Post Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:56 pm 
 

This is on RPG Martketplace.

http://rpgmarketplace.com/auction_detai ... _id=102220

I have no idea if this is a good price or not. Unspeakable Oafs seem to go for an extravagant amount of money to my non-cthulhu collecting eyes.

  

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JasonZavoda wrote:This is on RPG Martketplace.

http://rpgmarketplace.com/auction_detai ... _id=102220

I have no idea if this is a good price or not. Unspeakable Oafs seem to go for an extravagant amount of money to my non-cthulhu collecting eyes.

If you are really, really patient you can find them on eBay or Abe Books or Powell's somewhat cheaper, but the copy that Axel has listed looks like it is in pretty nice shape.
It is one of the "gaps" in my collection but I cannot afford it right now.  :(


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Post Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 10:54 pm 
 

jasonw1239 wrote:If you are really, really patient you can find them on eBay or Abe Books or Powell's somewhat cheaper, but the copy that Axel has listed looks like it is in pretty nice shape.

Had thought the regular #1s were still trending downwards to around $70-75 but a few recently have been high to $125-ish (IIRC) whilst others remained low; e.g.  
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. Having a few sellers with high BINs from time-to-time really doesn't help...

jasonw1239 wrote:It is one of the "gaps" in my collection but I cannot afford it right now.  :(


Good luck on that; and if you're hunting down the test printings, too.


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Post Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 11:19 pm 
 

I'm pretty sure I have one of the "test printing".. I wonder how many there are.. Yog only says there are minor difference between then and thats about all.. they still come up ocasionally I think...

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Post Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 11:35 pm 
 

beasterbrook wrote:I'm pretty sure I have one of the "test printing".. I wonder how many there are.. Yog only says there are minor difference between then and thats about all.. they still come up ocasionally I think...

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There was a small stash of test printing copies up for sale piecemeal 18 months or so back but the seller set a lower limit around the $90-100(?) mark and I ended up with one elsewhere for a bit less (erm, sorry Steven). They might've pulled their remaining copies until the market improves but don't quote me on that, Brette. ;)
Hadn't really been following much since, nor do I know of a listing - or attempted listing - of those prints above-and-beyond what it says on the http://www.yog-sothoth.com/cocdbdetail. ... ter_ID=207 link you mention.

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Post Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 11:45 pm 
 

faro wrote:There was a small stash of test printing copies up for sale piecemeal 18 months or so back but the seller set a lower limit around the $90-100(?) mark and I ended up with one elsewhere for a bit less (erm, sorry Steven). They might've pulled their remaining copies until the market improves but don't quote me on that, Brette. ;)
Hadn't really been following much since, nor do I know of a listing - or attempted listing - of those prints above-and-beyond what it says on the http://www.yog-sothoth.com/cocdbdetail. ... ter_ID=207 link you mention.

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I believe that the test printings that you are referring to had a grey cover rather than the "salmon" that you usually see listed.


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jasonw1239 wrote:I believe that the test printings that you are referring to had a grey cover rather than the "salmon" that you usually see listed.

*nods*. Not that any #1s are particularly common, even if it's not the most awkward issue to obtain in open auction.
Was more than happy to snag /any/ copy, regardless of fishiness or drained color, and possibly the best approach to adopt IMO given that it's not possible to be sure which will sell for less.


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faro wrote:There was a small stash of test printing copies up for sale piecemeal 18 months or so back but the seller set a lower limit around the $90-100(?) mark and I ended up with one elsewhere for a bit less (erm, sorry Steven). They might've pulled their remaining copies until the market improves but don't quote me on that, Brette. ;)
Hadn't really been following much since, nor do I know of a listing - or attempted listing - of those prints above-and-beyond what it says on the http://www.yog-sothoth.com/cocdbdetail. ... ter_ID=207 link you mention.

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This doesn't come up very often.


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Post Posted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 12:33 am 
 


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Talisman with all expansions ( At least according to the seller).

  

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Post Posted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 3:54 am 
 

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This doesn't come up very often.


Seller also has Booty and the Beasts and The Necromecan up, the latter still pretty cheap.


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A very good Palladium Book.

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I wrote a short opinion/review of it some time ago here.

Well worth the money just for reading the data inside, most of which can easily be used for Fantasy Gaming campaigns in any setting.


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faro wrote:There was a small stash of test printing copies up for sale piecemeal 18 months or so back but the seller set a lower limit around the $90-100(?) mark and I ended up with one elsewhere for a bit less (erm, sorry Steven). They might've pulled their remaining copies until the market improves but don't quote me on that, Brette. ;)
Hadn't really been following much since, nor do I know of a listing - or attempted listing - of those prints above-and-beyond what it says on the http://www.yog-sothoth.com/cocdbdetail. ... ter_ID=207 link you mention.


I picked up a pair of test printing TUO #1s from Pagan directly at GenCon 2007 for pretty cheap IIRC ($40 each?).

edit:  on the Pagan site @ http://www.tccorp.com/site09/tccorp_pro ... PIorderBy= they list the test print, and the standard salmon print @ http://www.tccorp.com/site09/tccorp_pro ... PIorderBy=

They don't have any print run details on those issues, though, unlike several of the other earlier products.  Per the Y-S.com info @ http://www.yog-sothoth.com/cocdbdetail.php?ID=207 it sounds like the max print run for the test printings would be 200, though 100-150 seems likely, with the three printings of the salmon editions seeming to number from ~600-900 or so.

I'll have to dig up my Annotated TUO copies to see if there's any further print run details in there, though I don't remember there being much info like that (the intros and annotations were more about the content as I recall).


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