When one is a dedicated collector but not an obsessed hoarder, one day the urge to amass simply vanishes. Especially when most acquisitions end up behind closed cupboard doors. For me, after some 45 years, the moment to stop buying has arrived. Time to sell. To a certain extent though. The top and the intriguing sets, most paraphernalia and all books, I’ll keep. But what is for sale certainly is worthwhile.
Restoring and more.
I like to repair things. So I have used that moderate skill to respectfully restore wooden and cardboard boxes. I have also completed sets by using spare tiles to engrave missing ones. I have added counters and even made Cricket boxes, resulting in most cases in sets with the right amount of tiles and counters. Just like curiosity shops, I have combined boxes, tiles, counters and the lot. And added instruction manuals, thus creating sets that are better and more complete. Most restorations are mentioned in the text. The question is however: are these actions allowed? I think they are.
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