Can you all help me value these Wilderlands things?
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Post Posted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 4:22 am 
 

Hey all..

a little out of my depth, I admit. I am more of a miniatures guy..

I have a PILE of Judges Guild Wilderlands maps and books..

Wilderlands of High Fantasy (booklet and GM/Players maps 1-5)
The Fantastic Wilderlands Beyond (Booklet and maps 7-10
Wilderlands of the Magic Realm (booklet and maps 11-14)
Wilderlands of the Fantastic Reaches (booklet and maps 15-18)
City State of the Invincible Overlord (revised ed, booklet and maps 6)

I also have some duplicate books and maps that don't go with these "sets"

If there was a way to upload pics to this board I could.. else I suspect I would have to go to flickr or equivalent..

But.. the upshot is.. do I have a treasure trove, or do I have duds?
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Post Posted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 8:09 am 
 

porkuslime wrote:Hey all..

a little out of my depth, I admit. I am more of a miniatures guy..

I have a PILE of Judges Guild Wilderlands maps and books..

Wilderlands of High Fantasy (booklet and GM/Players maps 1-5)
The Fantastic Wilderlands Beyond (Booklet and maps 7-10
Wilderlands of the Magic Realm (booklet and maps 11-14)
Wilderlands of the Fantastic Reaches (booklet and maps 15-18)
City State of the Invincible Overlord (revised ed, booklet and maps 6)

I also have some duplicate books and maps that don't go with these "sets"

If there was a way to upload pics to this board I could.. else I suspect I would have to go to flickr or equivalent..

But.. the upshot is.. do I have a treasure trove, or do I have duds?
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Well do some investigating on printings and completeness from these links first:
Wilderlands of High Fantasy
The Fantastic Wilderlands Beyond
Wilderlands of the Magic Realm
Wilderlands of the Fantastic Reaches
City State of the Invincible Overlord
As for the spare booklets, one make sure they don't go with the sets as some of the 1st prints are actually 2 smaller book.  If not then usually you can sell the books with any maps their sets would of had together or separately as some may need a component here or there.

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Post Posted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:42 am 
 

First, what Plaag said


To answer your last question.
You have a small treasure trove.


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Post Posted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 4:58 pm 
 

after doing referencing..

Wilderlands of High Fantasy is the 3rd printing, and has the color cover sheet with it. All 4 maps are present, some minor pencil marks on one. However, the Maps of the High Steppes are labeled Valley of Ancients (which leads me to think they should be attached to the City State pack instead)

(set 1) Fantastic Wilderlands Beyond is the 2nd printing, and has all 4 maps. No pencilling on these.

(set 2) Fantastic Wilderlands Beyond is the 2nd printing, and has all 4 maps. Pencilling on one of these maps.

(set 1) Wilderlands of the Magic Realm - 2nd printing.. all 4 maps are here, but there is foxing, some water damage, and pencil marks on some of them. Not great, but not ripped either.

(set 2) Wilderlands of the Magic Realm - the 3rd printing and has the color cover sheet. All 4 maps are present, no pencil marks.. great shape.

(set number 1) Wilderlands of the Fantastic Reaches - 1st printing, both books present,  all 4 maps present. NO pencil marks, some minor discoloration around the staples in the 2 books.

(set number 2)Wilderlands of the Fantastic Reaches is the 3rd printing, and has the color cover. All 4 maps are present, one map has pencil marks.

City State of the Invincible Overlord - 6th printing, 3 large white maps of the city itself, and a Judge/players whiteish map of Campaign Map One.  No Campaign maps 2 and 3, they may be mis-filed with the High Fantasy pack at the top.

Other goodies I have that don't fit into one of these packs above..

2 maps (Judge/player) of the City State of the Invincible Overlord, with player pencil marks

Wilderlands of High Fantasy 1st edition booklet 1. No maps nor Booklet 2. No pencil marks.

City State Campaign Map One (Player), on the darker tan paper, no penciling

City State Campaign Map One (GM), on the darker tan paper, no penciling, but really ripped!

Smallish City State map, on tan paper, whole city detailed.

So.. that's what I got.. is the price guide here at the Acaeum a good indicator of potential sales?


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Post Posted: Sat Oct 01, 2011 10:05 am 
 

Yeah the price guide is a good indicator which I should be updating hopefully this weekend.

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