How I moved my game collection halfway around the world.
Nine and 1/2 years later, minus the 40K collection (which I traded to Richard Borg for a pile of his board games in 2003), we finally decided to come back to America. At this point, I realized that moving the 1300+ games I had might be a bit daunting.
Now, let me point out that there were a LOT of things involved in moving, and moving the board games is fairly low on the totem pole. Obviously moving my family and their items is more important, but the game collection was a consideration.
The easiest thing to do, at first thought, would be to simply sell all the games, and pick them up later on. I didn't want to do that, for a couple of reasons.
- Selling the games simply wouldn't make me enough money, once international shipping kicked in; and there wasn't enough interest in my games in Korea to get rid of them all.
- Some of the games are out of print, hard to find, or customized to my liking.
So what did I do? Let's look.
- [+] Dice rolls