Rebelscum News Archive
Posted by D_Martin on April 18, 2014 at 01:07 AM CST |
We're looking at an auction that has come back after not selling a few months back. When we first saw it, we weren't sure it was what it was described to be until we stumbled upon this picture from the Star Wars Archive well after the auction closed. Follow this link to check out the Death Star Model ILM Brass Sheet auction and compare it to the image linked above and let us know what you think.
Posted by D_Martin on April 12, 2014 at 04:44 PM CST |
There were three Star Wars banks produced in 1977 from Roman Ceramics. The short-lived collection included the Darth Vader head, the C-3PO bust, and the R2-D2 full-figure banks. Each came in a simple white cardboard box. All said, they are pretty dang cool and whether you have the full set or just one piece, they stand out as statement pieces in a collection. That being what it is, there is no way in the world one of them without it's box is worth even a fraction of the Buy-It-Now price of this listing. If you are looking to add this sort of item to your collection, dig around a little and you'll them for a song.
Posted by D_Martin on April 6, 2014 at 11:21 AM CST |
Even though it isn't a complete set, it is certainly nice to look at. Follow this link to check out this massive classic Kenner offerless collection, but remember, if you are interested in purchasing this, that there is the Make An Offer option...
Posted by D_Martin on March 31, 2014 at 12:31 AM CST |
We all know that the license to create Star Wars collectibles is the license to print money, but that doesn't mean you're going to be able to buy a small island because you found a few action figures… Before following this link, please be advised that we take no responsibility for the neck injuries you may suffer from the head shaking this auction will no doubt cause.
Posted by D_Martin on March 20, 2014 at 01:35 AM CST |
We're pretty certain we will always find TRAs, so this one is almost certainly not the last one but it could very well be the absolute Totally Ridiculous Auction Hall of Fame king. Click through to see it for yourself. If each of us offer this seller $12 we might give them a better sense of the value for this weird (and possibly easy to fake) item.