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Post Posted: Wed Mar 02, 2005 8:50 pm 
 

Whatcha think?  I smudged the name on the front cover for obvious reasons.



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Post Posted: Wed Mar 02, 2005 9:04 pm 
 

DanZ wrote:Whatcha think? I smudged the name on the front cover for obvious reasons.


Damn! :twisted:

*cancels raiding party*



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Actually, that box might be a bit better than you think.... Is mostly moisture damage and close to splitting(?) (lower right) but not quite done so(??).

Have certainly seen a lot worse and hasn't been pushed in at the top.

Not too much buckling at the side, either...



No tears in the paper or card on the top or base??



The books have a few chips, too (it's that second/third print cardstock, I'm sure!); at the top of M&M (the most important of the three), U&WA , and splitting(?) at the top of M&T.



Do the books have namestamps inside, too?



Have certainly seen more obtrusive names on covers (typewritten name on the 1st prints, here; and a bit of handcoloring... ;))

  


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 02, 2005 9:32 pm 
 

harami2000 wrote:
Actually, that box might be a bit better than you think.... Is mostly moisture damage and close to splitting(?) (lower right) but not quite done so(??).

Have certainly seen a lot worse and hasn't been pushed in at the top.

Not too much buckling at the side, either...




It has split on both lower corners of the lid, which is pushed in a bit.  The base is not torn, but has some water damage.



The books have a few chips, too (it's that second/third print cardstock, I'm sure!); at the top of M&M (the most important of the three), U&WA , and splitting(?) at the top of M&T.


The only obvious splitting is at the top if M&M.  The other two are actually quite clean.



Do the books have namestamps inside, too?


I believe so on the inside back cover.  In addition, I used the errata sheet (long since gone) and corrected the manuals in ink (look, I was a player).



Have certainly seen more obtrusive names on covers (typewritten name on the 1st prints, here; and a bit of handcoloring... ;))




If I had known then what I know now . . . :)

  


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 02, 2005 9:33 pm 
 

Well, you may not have a perfect set there, but you have certainly picked my interest. :wink:


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 02, 2005 9:35 pm 
 

Nice set, and a very nice TFP Greyhawk. Even I would bid on that one, and everyone here can tell you that would be something new.... :wink:


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