Public Auction Sale: The History of Gaming Single Owner Collection! (computers, videogames, etc., COMING SOON)
Since my last post on this topic, here, my massive videogame and computer collection was officially moved out by the auction house at the end of December. There were tens of thousands of items hauled away. You can see the full photo gallery of a lot of the stuff before it was taken, here: https://www.auctionzip.com/cgi-bin/photopanel.cgi?listingid=3023450&category=0&zip=&kwd=
The sale date will be March, April, or May of 2018, and will likely be a special stand-alone auction event somewhere in central New Jersey (the current location listed is just a placeholder). There will also be an online portion, where up to 100 interesting or particularly valuable items will be showcased and can be bid on remotely (unfortunately, the many hundreds of other top tier items in the lot will only be available to bid in-person). This is the early preview of the online portion where those photos were linked to: https://www.auctionzip.com/cgi-bin/auctionview.cgi?lid=3023450
Anyway, once a date is set, I’ll post again. In the mean-time, as always, feel free to ask any questions.
I’m going to post again in (hopefully) a few days with a blog post titled, After liquidating my videogame and computer collection, what I kept and why, which will not only answer that question, but show the “after” with my basement. See you then.