Look behind the video cabinet - they are sort of hidden back there. I have lots of toys, puzzles, food items, 100's of shirts, jackets, skirts, caps, etc. Also approx. 125+ different posters plus store displays.
Not showing all because I'm leaving it as a surprise for visitors. I'm already booked for most of the Summer with people making the trek North to hang out in friendly Canada.
Ah. Yeah, some of those more-expensive items were very impressive. I would love to have gotten that full-size Mara stone carving to hang on my bedroom wall.
Which lanyard do you have? Mine is "The Lost Arkers."
I only got a few items, which I posted pictures of in this thread. I also got two 10th anniversary pins, one of which came in a block of faux-stone that we had to chip apart like an archaeological dig in order to get, a Mara decoder pin, and a Mara head made out of rich milk chocolate, which is obviously long gone by now.
The event, for me, was kind of disappointing. I had fun, but it wasn't organized very well.
not much from North America - want list is on our web site. I would say my 'Holy Grail' is the set of 3 Coca-Cola glasses (never went into production)... else I'm concentrating on foreign items. I just bought a large Japanese collection and await it's arrival (it'll be like Christmas when it gets here)!
'Ravenwood' museum is complete - and filling up quickly!
After 10 months of construction, the museum is finally set up and has had it's first dozen visitors! We just passed over 2,000 unique items from around the Globe - from the original ROTLA theatre standee to the cast & crew gear from KotCS.
Books from approx. 1 dozen countries, as well as cards, stickers and magazines
All the electronic machines (with the exception of the new Stern pinball) - both styles of pachinko machine, the pachislot, the Atari ToD, fruit machines from UK and Germany and the Williams pinball.
There are now over 200 shirts alone plus dozens of jackets, children's wear (from Japan), shoes, belts and more in the clothing area.
Over a hundred different forms of media - in several languages.
Sheesh. I think you more stuff than Sankara even! I can't imagine owning that many things, let alone all of it Indy merchandise. If the machines are all in working order, I'd be doing nothing but playing them all nonstop. Those are so cool.
It'd be ridiculous to ask for a complete list of the museum's inventory, right?