Using Old Items in the Present Day

Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by Chuck Naill, Dec 21, 2019.

  1. Chuck Naill

    Chuck Naill Well-Known Member

    I think the Lamy brands are well made and function well. I have a Lamy Al Star with medium nib aka tip
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  2. Pattorashu

    Pattorashu Member

    My handful of antiquities includes a couple mid-century teak desks, a 1930's nightstand/end table, a cookbook from the 1940's, a few other old books, several old paintings/artworks,

    My pride and joy of antiquities is the retro gaming room, where we have almost every system from Atari to Xbox. We're missing a genesis and a dreamcast
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  3. S Barnhardt

    S Barnhardt Old, Crusty Barn

    Are the Genesis and Dreamcast systems hard to come by? I run across old systems from time to time but have passed on bidding on them since I have no first-hand knowledge of them.

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  4. Pattorashu

    Pattorashu Member

    Not necessarily rare, but there's only a handful of games around we would play on them, Sega never really took off for game developers IMO, and many of their games are available now on the Nintendo line of hardware.
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