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Motohide Eshiro and Charles Martinet Autographs, Baldur’s Gate II Signed

There are some nice signed auctions that I wanted to post today. The Charles Martinet auction is pretty nice. You get his autograph with  extra comments on almost everything shown in the picture which makes the price not so bad, plus the DS(PAL) was never used. There’s a bunch of other random promo/display auctions so enjoy!

Video Game Signings:
Okamiden Poster Signed by Motohide Eshiro Comic Con 2010
Baldur’s Gate II Framed Print 75 of 200 Signed
Charles Martinet Signed DS Console, Box, and Postcard
Fallout 3 Special Penny Arcade Poster Signed by Bethesda Studios – Charity auction. 100% of the final sale price will support GamesAid
Pokemon Black Version Case Signed by Ken Sugimori
Burnout Paradise Limited Signed Picture by Criterion Team

Other Video Game Auctions:
Sonic the Hedgehog SEGA CLUB Badge
Kirby and the Amazing Mirror Counter Display
Nintendo Game & Watch Green House Complete
Street Fighter II 2 Nintendo Gameboy Giant Standee Box
1982 Atari Club Hall of Fame Scoreboard – The Wizard watches over you…
de blob 2 Store Display Standee
Wolfenstein Patch

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5 Comments

  • Joseph
    Mar 12, 2011

    Man, lot’s of amazing items recently! The people that have the Fallout poster have listed several of them so far. I believe this is there last one (I’ve been in contact with them for awhile)

  • Andrew
    Sep 12, 2011

    Been scavenging for a signed Baldur’s Gate 2 lithograph for ages. How much would one of those set me back, if one ever appeared on Ebay again? 🙂

  • kenji
    Sep 12, 2011

    They don’t appear often to be honest, save a search for one. I honestly don’t remember what it went for, I don’t know the Baldur’s Gate community that well but I can put a finger on $300+ for this piece according to other lithographs.

  • Andrew
    Sep 13, 2011

    Goodness, thanks 🙂
    Makes sense. I’ll wait and hope one turns up online or at an antiques fair or something :/

  • kenji
    Sep 13, 2011

    Best bet is to do a saved search on eBay, this way you wont go nutts trying to find one by daily searches.

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