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[WTB] Complete mint or new G&W 24 Aug 2009 16:28 #3639

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Hi to all !
Newbie here, been collecting video games for years and decided to start with the G&W collection.
So wanna buy anything that is absolutely complete, mint or even better: NOS
No priority at all, except for tropical fish which I had as a kid.
Make offers !
Cheers up

Re: [WTB] Complete mint or new G&W 26 Aug 2009 07:06 #3640

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Hello Cyberguile and welcome to the forum.

Are you into collecting all 60 Game&Watch games? :wink:

- Patrick

Re: [WTB] Complete mint or new G&W 28 Aug 2009 01:36 #3642

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why not !
but with all those fake g&w being sold everywhere, it kinda scares me

Re: [WTB] Complete mint or new G&W 28 Aug 2009 06:28 #3645

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The fakes make collecting more difficult. You have to read the auction description closely and you must have a very good look at the pictures to avoid buying fake items...

- Patrick

Re: [WTB] Complete mint or new G&W 11 Okt 2009 21:55 #3666

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Little update to say the collection is starting (lol)
got myself a NOS Donkey kong 3 and a shipping box (with the ten games in it) of donkey hong hockey.
starting slowly but safely :)
I'm a bit hesitating on the shipping box: I'm sure I want to keep it and of course, at least one copy of the game but what with the others ? do you think I should use them as trade value, sell them, wait and sell them when they start to get rarer or just keep all of them in the shipping box ?

Re: [WTB] Complete mint or new G&W 12 Okt 2009 08:46 #3667

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A shipping box full of games for sure is a very nice and special collectors item. Not many collectors have a shipper filled with games.

I would keep the shipper including all the games in it! :ok2:

- Patrick

Re: [WTB] Complete mint or new G&W 13 Okt 2009 20:51 #3668

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mmmm
oky oky, I think I'll do this then :wink:
btw, just bought a brand new donkey kong jr off ebay
wanted to thank you for the wonderful price charts function on your site. pretty useful to know if you're doing a good deal or not (and avoid bad deals lol)

but !!! but but but I've got a suggestion ^^
since my english isn't perfect, I'll give an example to illustrate it (will be easier for me)
Let's take a game that sold two years ago for 200 GBP (sold by an english seller then)
Today, it will be: 212 euros, 316 USD, 322 CHF
But the day it sold, the values in euro, usd and chf were different !
I think it might be a good idea to keep a track of the value in every currency the day the game sold since currency are subject to huge fluctuations nowadays.

Re: [WTB] Complete mint or new G&W 14 Okt 2009 10:19 #3669

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I'm glad the database is useful for you! :wink:

The prices in the different currencies are from the day the game was sold.
There is no real time converter.

If a game was sold two years ago for 200 GBP by a british seller, the database holds the price as well in USD, AUD, EUR and CHF from the day when the auction closed.

- Patrick
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