Of note in this otherwise un-noteworthy 1st Edition Dungeon Master’s Guide offering on eBay:
YOU ARE BIDDING ON A BOOK WHICH WAS USED BY A DUNGEON MASTER!
As if that adds to the value. Does it come with a certificate of authenticity stating that an actual dungeon master used the book? What’s better about a genuine real McCoy DMG, anyway?
Really, it probably just adds a few sweat stains, an unidentifiable odor, and some Doritos crumbs on the page with the combat tables.
Still, when I noticed that the next item up for bid was a Wizard’s Handbook offered by the same seller, I had to check it out. Alas, this one wasn’t used by a Wizard.
Incidentally, over 300 items per day are listed on eBay that meet the search term “ad&d”.