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    Reasonable prices?

    What would be reasonable prices for some stuff I would like to sell?

    I checked on eBay, and there, it really goes from 1 to 200, so I'm a bit lost.

    I would sell :

    - Commodore CDTV (saw one on eBay for 139)
    - Commodore CD32 (eBay was one for 169)
    - Commodore SX64 (there was even one guy asking 555, otherwise there's one auction already at 140)
    - Commodore Amiga 1200 (my refurbished one, which I paid 150 from www.amigakit.com)
    - Sega Saturn (Seems also to sell quite good)

    I want to sell all my other stuff too, but selling f.ex. a C64, testing it, taking some pictures, wrapping it up, going to the post office to send it... and eventually getting 15, then I'd rather give it to someone here.

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    I dont have a minimum idea, for the other machines but the A1200 with no extra expansions can go from 25 to 70 euros.
    refurbished yes maybe 150, but if you sell in ebay, people will not see it as refurbished, but a normal 2nd hand.
    If it's still in very good conditions, not yellow, new capacitors, etc.... maybe you could sell it for a a bit more.
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    Here are some realistic community prices (ebay prices are always inflated). Also have a search through Amibay.com as our members have sold all these in the past, so you can a good idea of the value from the old sales.

    - Commodore CDTV -- 50+
    - Commodore CD32 -- 40+
    - Commodore SX64 -- 200-400 as these are very rare.
    - Commodore Amiga 1200 -- If boxed like new with everything included (manuals, disks, mouse, PSU etc) then 80+
    - Sega Saturn (Seems also to sell quite good) -- These are very sort after at the moment. I don't know an exact price but would guess 100+, more with games.

    For your other stuff, also consider listing it on Amibay. You could ask for local collection only for the less valuable items to safe you having to pack and ship them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    You could ask for local collection only for the less valuable items to safe you having to pack and ship them.
    Yeah, thought about that, but who's gonna pick it up from Luxembourg?

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    Amibay has members in Luxembourg, and also many in Germany, France and Italy. You would be surprised how far people are prepared to travel for the right thing.

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    - Commodore Amiga 1200 -- If boxed like new with everything included (manuals, disks, mouse, PSU etc) then 80+

    yes, if 100%, i haev the original box in good in good conditions, someone offered 20 euros, just for the box.
    So 80 if it's 100% with the original color, yes 80 or more
    but those tend to be difficult to get, yellowing is quite common these days.
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    DC's A1200 was new old stock from Amigakit if I remember correctly, so I can imagine it is new condition. So I'm sure it would fetch 80 easily (about €95).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    DC's A1200 was new old stock from Amigakit if I remember correctly, so I can imagine it is new condition. So I'm sure it would fetch 80 easily (about €95).
    Yes, and I barely used it.

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    so, when you sell it, take good pictures of it to show that it's in good conditions. You should have no problems in sell it.
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    I posted the CD32 and the CDTV in an advert newspaper in Luxembourg for 150€ both, and a guy called me that he wanted them, so he came yesterday to pick them up. I think 150€ was ok as price.

    He owns about 140 consoles, computers, printers and other hardware, and wants to open a museum here, so he's also interested in all my other stuff. I only have to see now, and make him a price, because he asked me today.

    Funny quote, when he was back home, he send me a greeting from his wife, as a matter of fact, I was together in school with his wife when I was young for several years. Luxembourg is so small

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