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Anonymous
July 20, 2005 2:05:15 AM

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I know that I can post in a more specific newsgroup, but have more
friends here and do not have time to post and read too many places.

One of our readers in the Retrogaming Times wanted to know . . .

What is an approximate value of the sit down version of the Arcade game
Star Wars from 1983?
It is in great conmdition, no sticker damage, and functionally is fine/
perfect.

So, if you know of a site that has any prices or if you have some guess,
please share.

If you want to recal what the game is, see:
http://www.klov.com/game_detail.php?letter=S&game_id=97...
This is the site that I referred my reader to, but told her that I'd
post here and ask if anyone knows, or has a guess.

My own guess would be $500 to $700

TIA

Alan "Pitfall Harry" Hewston
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Anonymous
July 21, 2005 1:57:21 PM

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I saw one go for $1500 on ebay a while back.
Anonymous
July 24, 2005 1:57:55 AM

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Jack, Chuck, et al,

Thanks guys for the quick suggestions.
The owner was very excited to hear how much it is potentially worth.
She is not currently looking to sell it, but wanted to consider
insurance value.

Jack (www.villagebbs.com) wrote:
>>What is an approximate value of the sit down version of the Arcade game
>>Star Wars from 1983?

> You can expect to pay $700-$900 for a standard 'upright' Star Wars at
> auction. Retail value of a UR would be somewhere in the $800-$1200
> range, but could go higher.
>
> The sit-down version is more desirable, but larger and harder to ship.
> I would imagine you would have to spend at least $1000 for one in the
> condition you describe even at 'collector' prices. Otherwise I'd say
> $1500-$2000 would probably be a best estimate on 'average value'.

Alan "Pitfall Harry" Hewston
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