Re: [SWCollect] Mt. Drash cassette and market value

2004-01-10 Thread Edward Franks
On Jan 8, 2004, at 2:16 AM, John Romero wrote: [Snip] I have an interesting question for you guys Would you consigder a classic game more valuable if it was signed by the author? Yes I would. I don't care if it added a penny to the market value, it would be more valuable to me. One of my

Re: [SWCollect] Mt. Drash cassette and market value

2004-01-10 Thread Dan Chisarick
Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! One of my most recent purchases was squashed like a bug. And this was from someone who sells vintage games, not someone cleaning out the attic (no one here). I wasn't overly concerned about the title's condition, but I sent a message that I would have happily paid more had I

RE: [SWCollect] Mt. Drash cassette and market value

2004-01-10 Thread Hugh Falk
As standard procedure for the last few years I ask every seller to: Please pack in a box so the game isn't folded or crushed during shipment. I haven't had a problem since doing that. Hugh -Original Message- From: Dan Chisarick [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, January 10, 2004

RE: [SWCollect] Mt. Drash cassette and market value

2004-01-10 Thread John Romero
Sure, that's no problem. Andrew Greenberg is an attorney in Florida right now. :) - john The goal of the works of a genius' existance lies only in itself. -Original Message- From: Edward Franks [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, January 10, 2004 7:58 AM To: Software

Re: [SWCollect] Mt. Drash cassette and market value

2004-01-10 Thread Jim Leonard
Dan Chisarick wrote: Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! One of my most recent purchases was squashed like a bug. And this was from someone who sells vintage games, not someone cleaning out the attic (no one here). I wasn't overly concerned about the title's condition, but I sent a message that I would have

Re: [SWCollect] Mt. Drash cassette and market value

2004-01-10 Thread Edward Franks
On Jan 10, 2004, at 8:41 PM, Jim Leonard wrote: Edward Franks wrote: Yes I would. I don't care if it added a penny to the market value, it would be more valuable to me. One of my favorite Ultimas is the Ultima VI signed by both Richard Garriott and Denis Loubet. Holy cow. I never liked

[SWCollect] Modern classics

2004-01-10 Thread Marco Thorek
I'm not sure if we had this topic before, but what modern games, say, developed after 1994, would you consider collectible? There's only a very few that come to my mind: - The Dragon Edition of Ultima IX. Although it was the worst Ultima IMHO, people seem to look for this edition. -

Re: [SWCollect] Mt. Drash cassette and market value

2004-01-10 Thread Marco Thorek
Edward Franks schrieb: It is the Ultima VI special edition with the 10 years of Ultima cassette. What is the 10 years of Ultima cassette? Marco -- This message was sent to you because you are currently subscribed

Re: [SWCollect] Modern classics

2004-01-10 Thread Edward Franks
On Jan 10, 2004, at 9:13 PM, Marco Thorek wrote: I'm not sure if we had this topic before, but what modern games, say, developed after 1994, would you consider collectible? There's only a very few that come to my mind: - The Dragon Edition of Ultima IX. Although it was the worst Ultima IMHO,

RE: [SWCollect] Software Collecting Expo?

2004-01-10 Thread Hugh Falk
I'm all for it. It would be best if it was in a touristy area -- Florida, California, Vegas, etc. Then there would be more reason to go (for the family). Hugh -Original Message- From: C.E. Forman [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, January 09, 2004 6:52 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]