Pricing Advice: New in Box PAL Saturn Stuff
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I have just come across a number of new in box PAL Saturn items - seems crazy these were never used, but that is the case!
I have the following:
PAL Sega Saturn System - This is the original model with oval power and reset buttons, in the rectangular box. The pad is the original fat V1 version, foam still on plug. Console and Pad are in plastic baggies.
Complete with Saturn branded plug and SCART lead, and all manuals, leaflets and registration document.
As stated above, this is mint, unused! Box has minor shelf wear.
PAL Sega Saturn Arcade Racer - Boxed, complete with manual in plastic baggie with foam still on plug. Mint, unused but box has some minor crushing/shelf wear and sun fade.
PAL Sega Saturn Control Pad - Fat V1 version Boxed, complete in plastic baggie and with foam still on plug, again this is mint, unused. Box has some crushing.
PAL Virtua Gun with Virtua Cop - Boxed, complete with manual and Virtua Cop CD and manual. No plastic baggie or foam on plug with this one. Although it is mint, it's the only part I could not say hand on heart is brand new. Box has shelf wear and minimal crushing.
Also five PAL games, all of which have plastic seal around them. Three of these have original price stickers still attached! (£49.99 Sega Rally, anyone!)
International Victory Goal
I am not looking to sell these at the moment, as I don't have pictures etc ready, I just wondered what price range I should expect.
Let me know if you can,
Personally I'd say a £100 - 120 for the unit, £20 for the wheel, a tenner for the pad tops and £10 - 15 for the Virtua Cop set. As for the games sadly they're all super common, 3 of the titles you've listed - Virtua Fighter, Clockwork Knight and International Victory Goal - came packaged with the machine as a bundle just a few months after launch. At a push the best of the bunch is Digital Pinball, sealed it may be worth £15 or so as for the rest it's anyone's guess, there are probably more copies of SEGA Rally floating around than there are actual units these days.
You may disagree with some of the prices I've mentioned, especially on the unit, but just because it's brand new and MIB doesn't mean it won't go pop after a week, it is 15 years old after all.