LOL, I've told my wife about parts of my collection, I have a handful of items that are worth well over $500 and some closer to $1200. Every time we get a little tight, she asked me to sell my games and there is a HUGE no. It's one she wont win and she knows it.
Just tell her she's replaceable but your games are not and see where that gets you. My wife keeps trying to get me to sell a game to go on a shopping spree and I tell her no too but she still goes anyways. Selling your $500 plus games will probably be real tough to get back especially if you want an 80's game room.
That is actually the last brown box Ralph Baer made, I built a display case for it and display it at the Midwest gaming classic.
I also have nearly every odyssey item, that's another collection thread I need to make as soon as I have some time
In the meantime here is a pick of it at mgc and a pic of some of my other displays there: 20180413_201613.jpg 20180413_201556.jpg
Hey do you go to Milwaukee every year and just display some historical gaming items or do you sell also? You have a winner with the father of video games console. Do you know how many of these he made?
As a truck driver go i80 to i71 then i70 to i44 to i35 to i40 then up i5. *
This time of year u want no piece of i80 west of Nebraska. Done that too many years.
Excellent advise I was just on I80 after going through the Colorado mountains and almost running out of gas. Not to far outside of Denver I encountered tumbleweed blowing across at about 70 mph which sort of freaked me out thought it was an animal running in front. I hit a blowing white squall between desmoine Iowa and the quad cities Il where I about blew off the interstate with the other vehicles in the ditch.