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These figures will be auctioned off as item #200145400582 starting 1900 EST Saturday night, Aug 25th.


These figures will be auctioned off as item #200145400582 starting 1900 EST Saturday night, Aug 25th.


I recently found the lead figures (Grenadier, Ral Partha, TSR, etc) that I bought when I was playing D&D in the 80's. I did a cursary count and came up with 225 figures. All but about 35 are completely painted by my brother & myself with the rest either completely unpainted or some form in between. The figures seem to all have copyright dates between 1980 & 1986. There is an extremely wide range of figure types - there are like 15 skeletons, but no more than 3 or 4 of any other figure type and only one double (a knight).

I would like to sell them. All I know is what I paid for them - $2-3 for the blister packs, $10-$15 for the boxed sets, and $15 each for two professionally painted figures. I'm in the process of trying to figure out all the figures I've got, but some of the item numbers on the bases of the figures are illegible and it's been so long, I don't even know what most of the monsters are even called. I've found catalog cutsheets of some of the figures on a website, but it will take me weeks to figure everything out and I wouldn't mind avoiding that.

So what I'm looking for is for any interested in giving these figures a good home where they'll get a lot of use to e-mail me directly (chris.kruschke@dm.af.mil) and make an offer. I have a number in mind, but as I've said I have no idea if that's an insult or a pittance. I'm not looking at getting rich, but I don't want to just toss them out on Ebay and have no one bid. I can take as many pictures as you want and describe general condition of the set. Keep in mind they've been boxed away for 15 years so a few have some rubbing wear. Postage will be $20 (box willl be HEAVY!) but I'll pack them away as good as I can.


I recently found the lead figures (Grenadier, Ral Partha, TSR, etc) that I bought when I was playing D&D in the 80's. I did a cursary count and came up with 225 figures. All but about 35 are completely painted by my brother & myself with the rest either completely unpainted or some form in between. The figures seem to all have copyright dates between 1980 & 1986. There is an extremely wide range of figure types - there are like 15 skeletons, but no more than 3 or 4 of any other figure type and only one double (a knight).

I would like to sell them. All I know is what I paid for them - $2-3 for the blister packs, $10-$15 for the boxed sets, and $15 each for two professionally painted figures. I'm in the process of trying to figure out all the figures I've got, but some of the item numbers on the bases of the figures are illegible and it's been so long, I don't even know what most of the monsters are even called. I've found catalog cutsheets of some of the figures on a website, but it will take me weeks to figure everything out and I wouldn't mind avoiding that.

So what I'm looking for is for any interested in giving these figures a good home where they'll get a lot of use to e-mail me directly (chris.kruschke@dm.af.mil) and make an offer. I have a number in mind, but as I've said I have no idea if that's an insult or a pittance. I'm not looking at getting rich, but I don't want to just toss them out on Ebay and have no one bid. I can take as many pictures as you want and describe general condition of the set. Keep in mind they've been boxed away for 15 years so a few have some rubbing wear. Postage will be $20 (box willl be HEAVY!) but I'll pack them away as good as I can.


I recently found the lead figures (Grenadier, Ral Partha, TSR, etc) that I bought when I was playing D&D in the 80's. I did a cursary count and came up with 225 figures. All but about 35 are completely painted by my brother & myself with the rest either completely unpainted or some form in between. The figures seem to all have copyright dates between 1980 & 1986. There is an extremely wide range of figure types - there are like 15 skeletons, but no more than 3 or 4 of any other figure type and only one double (a knight).

I would like to sell them. All I know is what I paid for them - $2-3 for the blister packs, $10-$15 for the boxed sets, and $15 each for two professionally painted figures. I'm in the process of trying to figure out all the figures I've got, but some of the item numbers on the bases of the figures are illegible and it's been so long, I don't even know what most of the monsters are even called. I've found catalog cutsheets of some of the figures on a website, but it will take me weeks to figure everything out and I wouldn't mind avoiding that.

So what I'm looking for is for any interested in giving these figures a good home where they'll get a lot of use to e-mail me directly (chris.kruschke@dm.af.mil) and make an offer. I have a number in mind, but as I've said I have no idea if that's an insult or a pittance. I'm not looking at getting rich, but I don't want to just toss them out on Ebay and have no one bid. I can take as many pictures as you want and describe general condition of the set. Keep in mind they've been boxed away for 15 years so a few have some rubbing wear. Postage will be $20 (box willl be HEAVY!) but I'll pack them away as good as I can.


All - Mags are sold. Thanks again for all the interest!!!!

Thanks go out to Paizo for allowing me to do this. If I'd known I'd get 1/2 a dozen solid interests in half a day, I'd have foregone my 1 wk Ebay listing...


All - I'm not getting into selling this onseys and twoseys. Not trying to be a jerk, but my brother is moving in a few days and we are either selling them ALL SOON in one bunch or taking them ALL to the Library.


My brother has all our old magazines and he's moving so was wondering if anybody on this list would be interested in buying them. I was about to take them to the Library, because I know that the back-issue tax write-off value is more than I can get for selling them, but I thought it'd be such a waste when there might be some gamer out there would would LOVE to have these.

The individual magazines listed have the modules/games still intact. Some of them never had modules or games, but I don't differentiate. Condition varies from issue. The only one that is in bad condition is issue #73 - the cover is coming off the staples (not ripped). All the other issues have been read several times, but none of them were bent, broken, ripped, got wet, or were abused. Postage will be media mail. And yes, I've already tried Ebay and no one bid. I'm not looking at getting rich - just looking at passing these on to someone who will enjoy them as much as my brother and I did.

Please post for anyone interested or better yet, e-mail me directly at chris.kruschke@dm.af.mil for anyone who is seriously interested. Please no spam. I'm looking at taking payment and mailing them off soon, so please get back with me quick. Beyond then, I'm taking them to the Library and taking for the tax write-off. Anyway, here's the list:

1. #72 –
2. #73 - Module: Forest Of Doom
3. #74 - Dungeon Master Combat Computer
4. #75 - Module: Can Seapoint Be Saved
5. #76 -
6. #77 - Game: King of The Tabletop
7. #78 - Module: Citadel By The Sea
8. #79 - Module: Wacko World
9. #80 - Module: Burnuscus: City In Peril
10. #81 - Module: Ruins Of Andril
11. #82 -
12. #83 - Module: The Dancing Hut
13. #84 - Module: The Twofold Talisman Adventure #1: Heart Of Light
14. #85 - " " #2: The Ebon Stone
15. #87 - Module: Whiteout
16. #88 - Game: Elefant Hunt
17. #89 -
18. #90 - Module: Aesir Hammer
19. #91 -
20. #92 - Module: The Sword Of Justice
21. #93 - Module/Game Setting: Gypsy Train
22. #94 -
23. #95 - Module: Into The Forgotten Realms
24. #96 - Starship: Ginny's Delight
25. #97 -
26. #98 -
27. #99 -
28. #100 - Module: City Beyond The Gate
29. #101 -
30. #102 - Module: Valley Of The Eart Mother
31. #104 -
32. #105 - Module: Betrayed
33. #106 –
34. #107 –
35. #108 –
36. #109 -
37. #110 - Module: House In The Frozen Lands
38. #111 - Module: Death Of The Arch-Mage
39. #112 -
40. #113 - Fun: Build A Cardboard Dragon
41. #114 –
42. #115 –
43. #116 –
44. #117 -
45. #118 - Game: Nibars Keep
46. #119 –
47. #120 –
48. #122 -
49. #123 - Role-Playing Sheets: AD&D Time Tables
50. #125 - Game: Clay-O-Rama
51. #128 - Game: Kings Table
52. #129 –
53. #130 -
54. #131 - Module: The Chasm Bridge
55. #132 –
56. #133 –
57. #134 –
58. #135 –
59. #136 -