But you really can't take it with you. ("Store up your treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy...")
It will all go to my son. I just gave him the vast majority of my Star Wars collection. I assume that by the time I'm gone he'll be middle age or older, but I think he'll still want all the goodies. I mean, I still want them and I just turned 40. Perhaps his kids will be playing with them. I wonder what the Star Wars universe will look like in another 30 or 40 years. Don't know if Indy will still be around. Not as big of a franchise. But he'll get all of that, too. I considered going in the Indy gear, but I'd hate to have that be the end of it all. And -- that'd be a little weird.
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Originally Posted by Billy Ray
I don't know about the rest of my collection, but I have had serious discussions with my wife about being cremated and my ashes kept inside the Hasbro 1/6th Ark
if my wife and/or family needs money and can get it from my toy collections, so be it
Id really like to find some children's/toy museum that would take it...hopefully it will get me a small placard or something. Yaknow, just something to show for something I loved in life and know that I wanted to share it with others.
Hopefully one of my children or grandchildren will have interest in my collection. If not I hope my family gets top dollar on Ebay for it because then I know it is probably going to a collector who will care for and appreciate it and my family will have some extra $$$$.