An assortment of classic arcade game circuit boards that I've held on to over the years. Most of these are either back-up boards for games I own or odd-ball / rare game boards that I thought were interesting when I found them.
I have been collecting coin-op arcade games for over 15 years now, when I discovered you could actually own them. These days I'm trying to get my collection to a manageable number (always a problem), but I'm getting closer.
One of the first systems I started collecting games for after I picked up a lot of about 40 games at a yard sale probably 15 years ago. I really haven't done much to build this collection in the past 10 years, but here's what I have.
I have been collecting Colecovision games since the early 90s, most of these were picked up at flea markets or in the early days of eBay. They are probably the hardest games of the early console systems to find in their original boxes.
My collection of Lego Castle system sets. Just started collecting these sets passively over the past few years as my kids got more into Lego. The Castle series was always my favorite, so I've focused on that series.
My collection of original, new old stock (NOS) arcade game artwork, such as sideart and control panel overlays. These are original items, not reproduction artwork that I've obtained over the years, most are pretty unique and very hard to find.
My collection of Nintendo NES video games. I have nearly every NES game ever released in the US and over 650 of those are boxed. I'll be adding more as time permits. Most of these I picked up at flea markets and yard sales in the mid-90s to late 90s.