Posted by D_Martin on February 22, 2013 at 01:17 AM CST
Vintage era store displays have always been very sought after, and many of them are worth quite a lot of money. Modern displays, however, are not really very valuable... Even when they are cool displays like the Star Wars Battlefront Exclusive Scout Trooper 2004 in original display case mint Rebelscum Reader Robert pointed us to. What isn't cool is the starting bid price and lack of a Make-An-Offer option. Follow the link above to see for yourself and let us know via our commenting feature if you think we are looking at a reasonably priced collectible or a bonafide TRA Hall Of Fame entry.
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