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I'm having a clear out and decided to get rid of some things including my old Nes Games, SNES games and potentially the NES and SNES as well and some comics.
My first problem is pricing, I looked up the game Totally Rad for instance and it goes from £3.79 up to like £36. No harm in throwing it on there at £36 if someone bites but is there anywhere to get an actual approximate value of a game or is it just a case of whats on E-Bay? I seriously question that game getting £36 though.
Second problem, what level of checking should I be performing on equipment? I have a NES but I stopped playing it because the RF cable broke. Last time I checked, like a decade ago, it was working. I can plug it in and see if it comes on but even if the RF Cable worked, I dont have a TV with an RF slot anymore. Same with the SNES.
Is it worth sending recorded delivery? I dont know what the extra costs would entail but I'd rather be sure if someones gotten something, we're not going to be talking about a fortune here but I'd rather not get ripped off.
Any other tips that I'm not aware of but should be?