Posted by D_Martin on November 12, 2012 at 02:26 PM CST
We all love sketch cards, and most of the artists that are working on the licensed Star Wars cards are awesome, but no single card is worth $15,000. So why would an artist doing unlicensed cards start his auctions at that price? Only thing we can think of is to get exposure in the Totally Ridiculous Auction hall of fame. Since the art is actually pretty good, all we can say is well played Mr Coalburn. Well played.
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