Posted by D_Martin on March 13, 2013 at 04:21 PM CST
Do you know what happens when you underestimate the popularity of collectibles from The Phantom Menace? If the last year wasn't proof enough that Episode I products just don't resonate with Star Wars collectors, nothing will prove it and as such, we think this auction has to be entered into the Totally Ridiculous Auction Hall Of Fame. For what it is worth, there are hundreds if not thousands of these banners kicking around, and even a mint condition one still in its plastic wrap isn't worth more than a few hundred dollars. If that. What do you think?
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