Hello all. My first post but I've been reading for a long time. I'm in my mid 50s and I have a decent size board game collection from the old days. Mostly SPI and Avalon Hill. I'm downsizing and won't have room to store them. I don't want to take the time to try to sell them on ebay individually.
Is anyone out there interested in old war games? Yes, I'd like a little money but if you could convince me you wouldn't just turn around and sell them I would probably give them away. I live in Atlanta, GA and I've Googled for wargame clubs in the area but have come up empty. I hate the idea of dumping them in the trash. I just brought them out of the attic and it's making me sad. SPI's Conquistador was a personal favorite.
Here's my list:
American Heritage: Dogfight, Skirmish
Milton Bradley: Axis & Allies, Shogun, Fortress America
Avalon Hill: 1776, Rise and Fall Of The Third Reich, Battle of The Bulge, Stalingrad, Waterloo,
1914, Jutland, Gettysburg, Midway, Air Force, Blitzkrieg, War At Sea, Wooden Ships and Iron
Men, Luftwaffe, Fortress Europa, Outdoor Survival, Starship Troopers, Squad Leader, The
Guns Of August, War and Peace.
Victory Games: 1809, The Civil War
SPI Games: Leipzig, The Franco-Prussian War, Starforce Alpha Centauri, Combined Arms
1939-70s, Conquistador, 1918, Foxbat & Phantom, The Starforce Trilogy, Armada.
Yaquinto Publishing: Time War
Metagaming: Stellar Conquest
Sports Illustrated: Go For The Green!
Unknown: The Hunt For Red October, Adverteasing