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Post Posted: Tue Jul 12, 2011 10:43 am 
 

My neighbor decided to throw out his old collection, mostly 1e.  I picked them up thinking I'd play again, but never had the time. The books on top in the photos are hardcover, the rest I shall list the product serial for better reference.  I'd really prefer to sell it in bulk.

M1-9067-Blizzard Pass
D3-Vault of the Drow
DL1-9130-Dragon's Despair
N3-9163-Destiny of Kings
I4-9053-Oasis of the White Palm
X2-Castle Amber
I3-9052-Pharoah
CM1-9117-Test of the Warlords
S3-Expedition to Barrier Peaks
S2-White Plume Mountain
I5-9054-Lost Tomb of Martek
A2-Secret of the Slavers Stockade
A1-Slave Pits of the Undercity
I6-9075-Ravenloft
L1-Secret of Bone Hill
UK2-9101-The Sentinel
UK4-9120-When a Star Falls
Ref1-9146

DM Screen, character Ref screen, Hex mapping booklet, World of Greyhawk TSR and the hardcovers (DM guide, players handbook, unearthed arcana, survival guide, monster manual, monster manual 2, deities and demigods, fiends folio and oriental adventures)

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Post Posted: Tue Jul 12, 2011 10:58 am 
 

You probably want to check if the Deities & Demigods book has 144 or 128 pages.  The pictures are a bit blurry (low res) but everything looks like it is excellent shape.

Individually, you could probably sell everything for $250-$300.  As a lot I would guess $150-$200.  They are all classic modules but nothing stands out as rare.

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Post Posted: Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:06 am 
 

Thanks for the quick response.  Deities and Demigods is 128 pages.  I'm assuming that's the lesser one.

Everything is NM/great condition.  Some corners are worn, and the neighbor unfortunately wrote his name in marker on the first blank page.

  
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