Two National Panasonic NV-180A VHS portapaks from the 1980s, with VW-A18 battery charging power supplies, but no working batteries. I do have a collection of dead batteries for them, which might be useful to someone wanting to rip the casings apart and install something else into the right fitting.
These date from before the HQ variation on VHS (which improved the quality, somewhat), and do not have HiFi stereo sound tracks. They have 10-pin CCJ camera connectors, and BNC video in and out connectors. Best suited to a collector, or someone desperate for a portable video recorder that can run off batteries, or someone who needs spare parts.
Various old domestic portapak single-tube video cameras, some work, condition none-too-great. All require something else to power them up (a stand-alone 12 Volt DC camera power supply, or a portapak). Probably best suited to someone who wants to experiment.
Various broken computer monitors (CRT), mostly 34cm sized ones, different faults, really only suited to someone who wants parts, has a strange artistic bent (I was thinking of arranging them Stonehenge style, and burning a sacrificial disc, for a photo, but I've never bothered to), or wants something for target practice.