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Post Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 2:47 pm 
 

I am thinking about selling my copy of TSR1 Insidious (1st Printing) published by Die Cast Games, and I am curious as to what members here suspect it might sell for on eBay.  This is the module with the banned Advanced Dungeons & Dragons cover.  It went up for sale on the Acaeum web-site back in the summer of 2010 here:

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NobleKnight currently has a copy listed for sale at $395.00, and has for some time, so it's worth less than that.  Back in 2012, a copy sold at NTX for $50.00, so I am pretty sure it's worth at least that amount.  Other than that, I can't find much sales data.  It's in mint condition and bagged and boarded.

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Post Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 3:18 pm 
 

one sold for $70 in aug, 2010
another sold for $35 in may, 2011 (uk sale)

one sold in april, 2014 but I don't have the price on that one
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NTRPG con 2015, $85
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NTRPG con 2014, $80 (signed by Jeff Easley)
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Post Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 3:41 pm 
 

Thank you misterspock!  That's very helpful.   :)

I should have also added that I am open to buyers from these forums as well, but I am working on a Classifieds post including this adventure plus many others.   8)


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Post Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 9:04 pm 
 

A signed Easley one just brought $450 on the Facebook NTRPG page..

https://www.facebook.com/groups/3104342 ... 5070074631

Partly because the cause that the $$ is going towards but this module should still get you easily $100 +

  

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Post Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2017 10:19 pm 
 

lordan wrote in RE: TSR1 - Insidious (1st Printing) - Die Cast Games, Inc.:A signed Easley one just brought $450 on the Facebook NTRPG page..

https://www.facebook.com/groups/3104342 ... 5070074631

Partly because the cause that the $$ is going towards but this module should still get you easily $100 +


Mine's in the Classifieds for $250.00, but it's not signed or going to a good cause.  Just me.  :?


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Post Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 12:33 pm 
 

lordan wrote in RE: TSR1 - Insidious (1st Printing) - Die Cast Games, Inc.:A signed Easley one just brought $450 on the Facebook NTRPG page..

https://www.facebook.com/groups/3104342 ... 5070074631

Partly because the cause that the $$ is going towards but this module should still get you easily $100 +


Unsigned probably max $100. The one that went for $450 was signed by Easley, plus it was for Doug Rhea (cancer treatment bills) and NTRPG con.

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Post Posted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 2:34 pm 
 

Badmike wrote in RE: TSR1 - Insidious (1st Printing) - Die Cast Games, Inc.:
lordan wrote in RE: TSR1 - Insidious (1st Printing) - Die Cast Games, Inc.:A signed Easley one just brought $450 on the Facebook NTRPG page..

https://www.facebook.com/groups/3104342 ... 5070074631

Partly because the cause that the $$ is going towards but this module should still get you easily $100 +


Unsigned probably max $100. The one that went for $450 was signed by Easley, plus it was for Doug Rhea (cancer treatment bills) and NTRPG con.

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How soon do you want to sell it?

$100?  You can get that right now.

$150 - $200?  You'll have to be a bit patient, but it's possible...


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Post Posted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 2:56 pm 
 

Invincible Overlord wrote in RE: TSR1 - Insidious (1st Printing) - Die Cast Games, Inc.:
Badmike wrote in RE: TSR1 - Insidious (1st Printing) - Die Cast Games, Inc.:
Unsigned probably max $100. The one that went for $450 was signed by Easley, plus it was for Doug Rhea (cancer treatment bills) and NTRPG con.

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How soon do you want to sell it?

$100?  You can get that right now.

$150 - $200?  You'll have to be a bit patient, but it's possible...


I am in no hurry at all.  I am not confident it'll sell at $250.00, but I can lower the price over time if I wish.  eBay is strange in what some people will pay sometimes.   8)


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Post Posted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 3:26 pm 
 

If you have access to the Facebook auction page, you should put it there where it will generate a lot of interest to the right people.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/RPGAuctions/


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Invincible Overlord wrote in RE: TSR1 - Insidious (1st Printing) - Die Cast Games, Inc.:If you have access to the Facebook auction page, you should put it there where it will generate a lot of interest to the right people.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/RPGAuctions/



Exactly!! I find I am willing to pay more for for an item from RPG Auctions, etc., than I would say, on feebay. Mainly because I am friends with, or feel I know better, the people...in a Facebook kind of way :)

Much like this place, the communities there are full of good people......I guess when I can creep on their profile, see what they did at Disney last year, dressed their dog as for Halloween, or what they had for dinner...it gives me a sense of comfort from who I am buying from  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

Seriously though, I throw around too much money because of the community (and my love for good whiskey!!)...and there are plenty of other fools like me there :)

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Post Posted: Thu Feb 02, 2017 4:19 pm 
 

Lordan wrote in RE: TSR1 - Insidious (1st Printing) - Die Cast Games, Inc.:Exactly!! I find I am willing to pay more for for an item from RPG Auctions, etc., than I would say, on feebay. Mainly because I am friends with, or feel I know better, the people...in a Facebook kind of way :)


Agreed. AND, I find that I sometimes get a MUCH better deal from the sellers on FB than I ever would on eBay.
BTW, hit up Mad Scribbler on Facebook with a friend request if you are interested.

  

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Lordan wrote in RE: TSR1 - Insidious (1st Printing) - Die Cast Games, Inc.:Exactly!! I find I am willing to pay more for for an item from RPG Auctions, etc., than I would say, on feebay. Mainly because I am friends with, or feel I know better, the people...in a Facebook kind of way :)


Agreed. AND, I find that I sometimes get a MUCH better deal from the sellers on FB than I ever would on eBay.
BTW, hit up Mad Scribbler on Facebook with a friend request if you are interested.

  
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