Class 5 Rarity: 1977 Character Record Sheets #9014 2nd ed.
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Post Posted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 1:52 pm 
 

Hi Y'all,

I'm going through all my old D&D stuff that I haven't touched for 25+ years and found a 1977 Character Record Sheets (orange) along with my books and modules.  I would rate it almost mint/VF except for some light creasing (not completely folded-over) in the top right corner and some light indents top left, due to storage with something stapled.  The sheets themselves look new and all are still affixed to left with the red glue binding.  

Only thing is that when I counted the sheets, there are only 24 record sheets, not including the cover and card backing.  I honestly don't recall ever using it, but I don't know how I could have pulled any sheets without disturbing the entire pad.

What does everyone think about collectibility and value of something like this?

Thanks!


:  Character Record Sheets.  Tom Wham artwork on cover.  Lizard logo, and states "TM Reg App. For".

Second:  TSR stock # 9014.  Only two copies of this print have been spotted.  Side-tearing pad of 27 sheets.  One copy has a pale orange cover, the other has a light blue cover.  Both have orange internal sheets, and three-hole-punching along the left-hand side.  Thanks to Adrian Newman and Hussain Zaman for this info.

  

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Post Posted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 1:11 pm 
 

I've seen three come up on ebay over the past several years.

one was a side tearing pad (3-hole) with 18 sheets (pale orange/tan). It didn't look like any sheets were removed, but it's hard to tell

another was a side tearing pad (3 hole) with 27 sheets (pale orange/tan).

The last was a top tearing pad (3 hole) with 18 sheets (grey). listing was that it was unused.

Maybe several print runs with different page counts?

btw, the 27 sheet pad was sold in March 2010 for $135, so if the market hasn't gone down much further, I'd say you have a valuable item in your midst  :)

  


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:33 pm 
 

Thank you very much!  I'll put up a picture of it when I get a chance.

  
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