I passed the point of diminishing returns many years ago. I have more toy soldiers than I will ever get to use. I find myself getting bored with all that I have. Figures bought for one off project, which never get completed. With my lack of gaming in the last couple of months, it has given me time to reflect on my collection. I have decided to thin out my plastics collection, although what to do with the culled figures I know not. I don't want to sell them on Ebay. I would like to find a good home for them to go to, preferably to someone who could collect them in person. Last resort would be to trash them, which is something I don't want to do.
|From fellowshipone.com. This shows how I feel about my toy soldier collection. I passed the "Happy & Grateful" point 20 years ago! My goal is to cull my plastic collection until I'm back to the Happy & Grateful stage.|
|Bins full of plastics; just part of the collection.|
|This dresser is full of mainly plastic toy soldiers.|
|Still more of boxes and storage drawers full of plastic toy soldiers.|
|For comparison, most of my metals collection are in these storage drawers.|