While cleaning out my shelves and my desk drawer, I discovered some funny things, some bizarre things, and some cool things. Among them:
Ultima IV for the Apple II GS. All materials, including cloth map and vellum-bound spell guide. In the original box.
A copy of Kahlil Gibran's "The Prophet" with ownership signatures from my aunt, my grandmother, and her mother.
A case for holding 3.5" diskettes. Yeah, that's useful.
A folder with sheets of cherry-picked fairy-tales photocopied out of various sources, including multiple Lang fairy books.
Two copies of the Poetic Edda. I think one is not mine.
The moisture sponge that is supposed to go into my harp during winter months. Oops.
A small collection of Spanish and English coins. (Hey, this coin has a hole in it!)
I apparently followed Renaissance magazine avidly for a while. I have something like twelve issues.
Also found my Marion Zimmer Bradley Fantasy magazines. Squee. I am so reading these.
I have that many Pratchett books? Since when? Grant that it's been a tradition that when I fly, I buy a Pratchett for the trip, but ... really?
For a form of fiction that's supposedly tough to sell, I have a massive anthology collection.