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Here's an oft asked question, answered by quarterback:

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--- Quote from: kingflynn on February 17, 2006, 11:03:37 pm ---How do you find arcade auctions in your area?  I'm near Boston, and Google, "arcade" with "auction", and get a bunch of spam. 
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Yeah!!!! I got a sticky just for being helpful! :)   I've pretty-fied the links

Auction Game Sales: Their auction dates an locations   
This website also has photos from past auctions which will give the first-timers some idea of what an auction is like.

GameRoom Magazine's calendar of coin-op shows, auctions & events

Super Auctions - Dates and Locations

US Amusement Auctions: Calendar of Events

And here's another link that auction goers might find useful

Auction Central - This site has listings of games and the prices they went for at a variety of auctions.  This will give you some idea of what you might pay at your local auction.

Here is the link to madox site. Another collection of prices from his visits to auctions.


Toronto, Ontario.


Oh, that's an easy answer.

You live in Boston, therefore there are none.

There are almost ZERO auctions EVER in the Boston area.


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