Board Game Clear Out - Regina

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Board Game Clear Out - Regina
« on: July 13, 2019, 07:14:28 PM »
Hello all,
The family has gone through our remaining collection again from James Sanheim. These are the games we wish to sell for my mom (Don't worry we probably still have easily several hundred or more were keeping)
I don't know pricing so feel free to make offers IF you buy several at a time or bulk buy. The more you buy the more we can deal.

Pickup near Northgate Mall.

These games are $20
Lords of Scotland
Mona Lisa Mysteries
King of Beasts - Mythogical Edition
The Prince
Shear Panic
Bill of Rights (in shrink)
Robber Knights

These games are $10
Canadian Trivia (in shrink)
Last Chance
Trivial Pursuit
Ultimate Stratgeo
Global Survival (in shrink)
Raceway 57 (in shrink)
Big Time Operator (in shrink)

$30 Head of State
$40 El Capian
$40 Star Trek Expeditions
$40 Havoc - The 100 Years War

Cards Games $20 Each or wheel and deal if you buy other stuff

Hyborian Gates x 2 starter packs
Spawn PowerCardz (200+ cards)
Towers in Time x 3 starter packs
The Terminator (small box with several hundred plus cards)
X-Files (small box with several hundred cards plus)
BattleStar Galactica 2 player starter set.
Betting and Bluffing Card Game. In shrink 36 booster pack.
Jedi Knighy Trading Card Game
(The Empire + The Alliance) starter packs.
Rage x2 starter packs.

« Last Edit: July 17, 2019, 08:31:56 AM by EvrazDrone »
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Re: Board Game Clear Out - Regina
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2019, 01:30:08 PM »
I would like Ultimate Race and Maybe Rack-o
 let me know
Thanks Morley




Re: Board Game Clear Out - Regina
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2019, 09:04:26 PM »
I will take the 2x Hyborean starter packs.
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