Myst III: Exile in a big box. Small manual is in good condition, disc case and CDs are nearly mint. Box is torn though.
Included some stapled printouts of GameFAQs walkthroughs and a tech support README. The latter was full of handwritten annotations of all the previous owner's detailed system specs (a P2-300 "with MMX technology") and all the stuff he did trying to get the game to work.
I didn't check if he did any scribblings in the walkthroughs because I don't really want to look at them.
Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Damned also in a big box. This one is in remarkable condition. The box has some wear from rough handling but it's not torn. Inside, I can't tell if anybody has ever played the game. No sign of handling on anything in there. Includes a book of illustrations, game manual, a $10 rebate form with a picture of Freddy Kreuger on it, and the disc case. The discs are mint.
I noticed Myst 3 was just mentioned a month ago. I've never played any of the games in either of these series. I'm not sure when I'll get to playing them - I'll probably put them on the shelf and plan to play them "some day" after I've at least tried the prequels.
I haven't normally bought old boxed games like this, but I might start doing it more. I like GOG.com, but their angle is to make it easy to run "old games on new systems" which potentially involves some adaptations and a WinXP requirement. I'd rather build a system around the original game rather than the other way around. So I've decided to start paying more attention to original physical versions that I find out in the wild. If it gets out of hand I might have to start folding the boxes flat though.