Hey everyone. I'm trying to 'lighten the ship' these days in lieu of new-found priorities, so I'm letting go of my Zelda collection. No regrets! Zelda's my favorite series with the first through to the The Wind Waker being an inseparable part of me, but I've had my fill of appreciation for collecting and it's time to let this stuff go to someone better. Who will enjoy it as much as I did!
Sorry, no trading right now. Verified Paypal U.S. buyers.
Underlined = Brand New (Unless otherwise mentioned, everything is mint)
Italicized = Mint condition
= Helps me keep track of interested items.
Oracle of Ages FIRST EDITION GOLD FOIL -
Opened, but mint, complete, and brand new inside.
Oracles of Seasons FIRST EDITION GOLD FOIL
- Opened, but mint, complete, and brand new inside.
Because I was too vague and to quench all the questions. First Edition means it has GOLD FOIL logos on the front cover, top flap, and left side of the box, with a matte-like cover, and a flat bottom (not folded in, like normal GB game boxes), and had a vertical seal on the plastic like many first print games. ADDITIONALLY, the inside of the boxes is different. Rather than a cardboard insert, the First Edition comes with a little built-in pocket holding the game. Much classier. These were the NA promotion counterparts to the EU bundle packs you often see. However because so much stuff was happening in '01 and the difference seemed negligible to non-collectors unless you had a first print and normal copy, these kinda went under the radar.
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The Zelda Box!
Probably the most prized piece after the Oracles. I don't think I've seen a better looking one. I happened to be browsing eBay out of sheer boredom one day several years ago, when an avid collector also parting ways with his stuff put it up right after the Christmas rush! Of course I bought it. The tape seal to the figures and CD is broken because I opened it without thinking and the book is no longer connected to the box (originally they are with a weak adhesive along the spine, but I've never seen one in that condition except one).
Zelda Twilight Princess Sword & Shield Replica Box
- Bought it new, but the clunky plastic casing wouldn't let me display, so I removed it. Items are untouched.
Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages Official Players guide
- Bought it from a good seller on eBay. Never even been cracked open it feels like. Best condition I've seen.!
Both Oracle of Seasons and Ages Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Books
Rare but terrible ALttP Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Comic from ONM
Ocarina of Time Encyclopedia
(Awesome thick JP guidebook. I've done the internet the favor of tearing out and scanning the most valuable piece. This beta map of OoT http://www.mediafire.com/view/?myfiles#r000kje2i618d9l
) Otherwise mint.
Link's Awakening OFFICIAL NINTENDO Player's Guide
- absolutely untouched except for one time I skimmed the "Hyrulean Odyssey" section. It comes in a wrinkled bag that it came with along with a print-out insert that articulates the differences between the versions (it only had this if you ordered directly from Nintendo after the release of LA
X). It has a few light creases here and there on the outside because the cover on them is thin and delicate. It's been especially cared for. For a digital version see http://www.zeldalegends.net/index.php?n=guides
A Link to the Past JP duo guides with flap covers
- See above link to view digitally!
Link's Awakening JP guide
The Legend of Zelda 20th Anniversary Encyclopedia from Official Nintendo Magazine
- A little handbook that's just that nutty Zelda.com encyclopedia (if you've never read it, READ it. You will not believe some of the wacky stuff it says) in paper form . Unremarkable except to collectors who might want it on their coffee table.
Rare NES Zelda 3D Dot Sound Figure
- In Japan they had a Nintendo 6-set version of these toys to promote the Classic NES GBA releases, where you'd buy a box and cross your fingers hoping for a good one because they were random. The Zelda ones definitely seemed to be the rarest.
[B][COLOR=Red] (either cheap, well-used, or quantifiable stuff!)
Ocarina of Time 1:64 Scale Hot Wheels toy NEW -- Free if you want it
Nintendo Power NES Link Halloween Masks x2 (one has a loose strap) -- ?
A Link to the Past comic by Shotaro Ishinomori (a little beaten up but fully intact) -- $ 9
Twilight Princess guide sealed w/ soundtrack CD [Nintendo] -- $ 12 !
Phantom Hourglass Collector's Edition guide x2 [Nintendo] x1 -- Free, but will require separate shipping due to size
NES Zelda Dish and Table Mats x2 -- Free, but will require separate shipping due to size
Oracle of Seasons Choose-Your-Own-Adventure book -- $ 1
Shadow Prince Choose-Your-Own-Adventure book -- $ 3
3 Zelda Valiant Comic Books, 1 damaged -- $ 9.00 (first 3 in really good condition)
Mario and Zelda Sticker Activity Album x2(1 complete and mint, 1 Brand New). + Box with leftover stickers. - Offer
Random assortment of over 100 cards and a complete or nearly complete collection of Zelda Nintendo Sticker/Scratch-and-win Game Packs. Box of 34 unopened packs. -- $5 for the random lot, $5 for the Zelda lot, .25 cents a pack
Right now I only have my 3DS and scanner as an impromptu camera; EDIT!: My blackberry's working now so if you want to see pics of anything in particular, just say so!
Don't be afraid to offer if you really want something. I may just give it to you OR suggest an alternative as I've actually done with buyers (edit; I may not be able to do this now). PM or email me at email@example.com