I wanna click Place Bid so badly… But my Midwest frugality is battling the urge.
Oh man that Servo looks amaze-balls. But I’ll never be able to afford it.
Can’t you start your own museum and then apply for a bunch of grants and stuff?
*Checks bank account*
*Sees moths fly around the app like a cartoon character emptying their pockets*
By the way, the auction lot has a ton of other really fun items from (for some reason) Kevin Costner’s outfit in Waterworld to the “I didn’t see you playing with your dolls again!” action figures from Spaceballs.
Also, Marylin Monroe’s dress from The Seven Year Itch is, relatively speaking, not very expensive.
They have two different cups they’re calling the Grail Cup, which is very confusing.
You must choose, but choose wisely.
Mr wyswysia says you have to choose wisely.
I’m wondering if the winner of the Titanic “wood panel” will actually test if two people can fit on it.
This Robert De Niro screen-used saxophone is currently at $575, and to buy one of these without a famous pedigree is more like $2000. I’m kind of tempted to buy it just to immediately flip it.
When deciding how much to bid, make sure you check out the additional Buyer’s Premium:
(The premium is 25% of the winning bid for bids up to $1M, then gradually lower percentages over $1M)
Well, if Kevin Murphy wants an extra puppet to take on fishing trips, who am I to get in his way?
I’d chip in but my whole balance would go down the drain.
Imagine if it turned out that the Clutch Cargo versions from Hobgoblins had starting bids twice as high!
I wonder if these were the ones I saw in Mall of America’s PH all those years ago.
$500 will get you a mostly naked Rod Steiger Promotional Display Figure. Yay!
But it is not a Conn instrument.
Would Mr. B. Natural approve?
I kind of want these more than Crow and Servo…