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Big Box Gyromite, Limited 20th Anniversary Sonic Statue, Phantom Hourglass Keychain

We’ve got a few auctions to list today but I’m going to have to make it quick because today is a busy day for everyone I’m sure. Still, there are a couple items here that shouldn’t be missed.

Sonic the Hedgehog 20th Anniversary Limited Statue – This cool statue was a limited run of 900. This auction is for #161.

Steve Weibe Signed A&G Card – Signed by Steve Weibe, who got a lot of attention from the gaming world after the movie King of Kong, this card is a great collectible for fans of the movie and for video game history in general. There was also a card signed by Billy Mitchell up, but it was sold before I got a chance to put it up.

Big Box Gyromite – The big box version of Gyromite is quite rare and even harder to find in good condition. The condition of this box is better than many I have seen, but still quite a bit of wear on the edges.

Nintendo Computer Mah-Jong Yakuman – The seller listed this as “one of Nintendo’s first handhelds” but that isn’t really true. This was actually released a few years after the Game & Watch series was already popular. It was never released in North America and there aren’t that many out there. Something interesting about this game is that it actually supported the very first link cable made by Nintendo (the next link cable from Nintendo would be for the Gameboy). Good luck finding two of these AND the link cable though. The cable is very rare.

Chiller CIB – Even though the game is complete, the styrofoam insert has unfortunately been marked “Happy Dads diecast + games”. It can be easily replaced of course.

Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass Keychain – I love this keychain. The Zelda title plate is a little big, but still very cool.

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2 Comments

  • MortalMonday
    Dec 31, 2011

    The prices for the Sonic statue are insane. There are hundreds of them out there, yet they fetch over 1k every time. The one-of-a-kind Sonic statue that sold a couple years ago (the one that’s in the videogameauctions.com Hall of Fame) only went for $500. Yeesh!

  • Riku
    Jan 01, 2012

    Yeah I know Mortal! I mean sure this Sonic statue on auction has more publicity, but the other statue is much more valuable in my opinion. I mean it was on the desk of Sega’s CEO of the 90’s and only one existed! That itself is pretty impressive.

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