100% complete Odyssey Like new in box
also has the original role of tape
1973 add on games
All like new, as if unused. Brainwave peices are still attached in the original cardboard
Add-on shooting Gallery. The nicest ive found so far. 100% complete and unused from 1973. It is also signed by Ralph Baer
The 1972 Add-on Games all complete with the shipping box. All peices sealed in unused condition
Percepts. Complete in the ultra Rare shipping Box.
The first Odyssey Homebrew: Odball
The rare Odyssey Carrying case. 100% Complete with original instructions and Bag for poker chips
These are the two versions of the AC adaptor boxes. The left one is the only one of that version I have ever seen.
All the known US advertisements for the odyssey. The Two on the end are very different. These are the only ones found so far
Two of the Magnavox Catalogs Featuring the Odyssey.
Right is the First issue of the Service manual
Left is the Second issue of the service manual
In the middle is the Test manual for testing Preshipment.
This is one of the only ones that survived. The others are at the smithsonian
This is my odyssey that i got Back signed by Ralph Baer. My favorite peice
These are the two versions of the Apex-Magnavox Blue cartridge. They contain carts 7 and 8.
Both are complete with instructions
Licensed Foreign Releases
This is the version of the Odyssey released in Germany prior to the German export odyssey. It was licensed by ITT Schaub-Lorenz and renamed Odyssee. This System is incredibly rare and one of only a couple boxed ones I know to exist. This unit is in Mint unused condition with all orignal components unused including the tape and batteries
German Odyssey Export System
Standard Export Odyssey. This one Came from New Zealand
The Spanish Overkal
The rarest and most interesting Odyssey System in my opinion. Almost an exact copy of the US Odyssey. One of only 3 CIB systems I know of
This is the Telematch de Panoramic. It was released in Argentina and shares many qualities of the Magnavox Odyssey. The boards inside are almost identical as well as the general controller design. However the Telematch doesnt use overlays like the American Odyssey
Don Emry's System
I bought this system from an Odyssey employee named Don Emry. It was given to him when he left Magnavox in late 1973.
He is the man who created the 73 games. He was nice enough to sign it for me also
Edited by njb12287, Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:08 AM.