Imagine Magazine 1 April 1983
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Post Posted: Thu Nov 12, 2015 5:38 pm 

Can someone give me a ballpark value for one in great shape with a touch of shelfwear?


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Post Posted: Thu Nov 12, 2015 7:29 pm 

In super condition, say roundabouts £10-12 (say $15 up to $20ish).  Key thing I look for in RPG magazines is if the staples are rusty (which is common).  You can get a complete run for £50-70 ($75-100) depending on condition - on this side of the pond.

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Post Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 1:07 pm 

The tough one to find in the set is, Imagine Special Edition I, 1984.  That should  increase the price of the set significantly, as I've seen a complete (G/VG) issue go for between $100 and $150 on eBay.


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Post Posted: Mon Feb 01, 2016 1:38 am 

The very tough one to find (especially on this side of the Atlantic) is Issue #0, the full-scale mock-up of Issue #1. It has the same cover painting, but there is no # or price or date on the cover. Inside it is listed as Issue 0 Number 0. And there are 10.33 blank pages (including the inside cover) saying (basically) Your Ad Here. I have not checked down to the last detail, but I think they are the same otherwise (articles, comics etc.). I only know of one other collector that has one (I'm sure there are more, this just isn't at the top of collectors want lists and as such isn't discussed as much).

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