Some garage sales may have some of them eventually, and someone can place a want-ad in their local newspaper under the "Collectables" section, indicating that you're either selling or buying the collectables.
The prices seen here are the most you should pay the buyer for such an item, so you can see that most of the Eight is Enough items are not really that pricey, so be armed with the facts before you venture out to collect some memorabilia, and don't pay too much!
I do have the MAD magazine issues, but they are not for sale. Sorry. The other pictures were taken from the book at the bottom of the page; the book, however, you can buy from your local bookstore or by mail order.
You may write to MAD Magazine if you wish for them to republish the Eight Is Too Rough sketch in one of their future issues. Due to copyright stuff, I'm unable to upload the parody here. Sorry.
If you come across any more collectables, then please e-mail the picture, price, information, etc., and I'll include them here for other fans to inform.
Good luck collecting!
Important: This is not a list of items I have for sale.
|Collector's Guide to TV Memorabilia 1960s and 70s by Greg Davis and Bill Morgan has nearly 300 colorful pages of other TV collectables such as, you guessed it, The Brady Bunch, plus Charlie's Angels, CHiPs, Donny and Marie, Family Affair, Gilligan's Island, the Krofft kid shows, Happy Days, Mork and Mindy, Partridge Family, the Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman, and many other TV shows. Sorry, no Star Trek memorabilia, but that 1966-69 and 73 show alone would call for a book three times its size. For more information, you can write them at:|
Collector's Guide to TV Memorabilia 1960s & 1970s : Identification and Values
Greg Davis, Bill Morgan / Hardcover / Published 1996
Collector's Guide to TV Toys and Memorabilla 1960's & 1970's; Identification & Values
Greg Davis, Bill Morgan / Hardcover / Published 1998