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SILENT SERVICE nes classic nintendo great condition 99cent auction

DREAMGEAR DGWII-3116 NINTENDO WII(TM) WIRELESS 4-CONTROLLER INDUCTION CHARGER

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Nintendo Playing Cards Co 70s VTG "MINI GEAR CHALLENGE" New Old Stock condition
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Rabbids Rumble (Nintendo 3DS, 2012--SEALED)
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You can buy those excavated ‘E.T.’ cartridges at auction soon

It would seem that the saga of Atari’s video-game mass grave in New Mexico is coming to a close. The Alamogordo City council has voted unanimously to auction off half of the recovered cartridges (around 800 of ‘em, according to Reuters). Interested…

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Dish wins all the wireless spectrum in the FCC’s latest auction

Dish has a seemingly insatiable appetite for wireless spectrum, and it’s willing to spend a lot of cash to get its fill. Need proof? The FCC has just confirmed (PDF) that Dish bought all of the 1,900MHz licenses in a frequency auction that wrapped up…

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Oldest Superman cover design fetches $286,800 at auction

A cover design for what may be the oldest comic book cover featuring Superman sold for more than a quarter of a million dollars earlier today. Action Comics No. 15, which shows Superman holding up a submarine from the depths of the ocean, sold for $ 286,800 through Heritage Auctions. Its listing was valued at $ 30,000, making for a healthy markup on the design, which was illustrated by Fred Guardineer. Per The Hollywood Reporter, which spotted the sale, that’s still less than half an Amazing Spider-Man cover drawn by Todd McFarlane that sold for $ 675,250, as well as the 1932 Tintin in America cover art that sold for a record $ 1.6 million — both of those in 2012.

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Oldest Superman cover design fetches $286,800 at auction

A cover design for what may be the oldest comic book cover featuring Superman sold for more than a quarter of a million dollars earlier today. Action Comics No. 15, which shows Superman holding up a submarine from the depths of the ocean, sold for $ 286,800 through Heritage Auctions. Its listing was valued at $ 30,000, making for a healthy markup on the design, which was illustrated by Fred Guardineer. Per The Hollywood Reporter, which spotted the sale, that’s still less than half an Amazing Spider-Man cover drawn by Todd McFarlane that sold for $ 675,250, as well as the 1932 Tintin in America cover art that sold for a record $ 1.6 million — both of those in 2012.

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Vienna gallery to auction off alleged Apollo 15 camera used on the lunar surface

If you happen to be in Austria in March and have, oh, around $ 270,000 just lying around, you can get a memento from the Apollo 15 mission. To be precise, that amount might win you a 70-millimeter Hasselblad Electric Data Camera at a WestLicht Gallery …

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FCC’s wireless spectrum auction delayed to 2015 to prep bidding infrastructure

The lead-up to the government’s wireless spectrum auction is going to be a little longer than expected, according to the Official FCC Blog. Partly because the government needs to finalize the event’s rules and bidding structure. FCC Chairman Tom …

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Wind Mobile to participate in Canada’s 700MHz wireless auction

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Wind Mobile apparently isn’t worried that it has to fend without Verizon’s help: the carrier has confirmed to MobileSyrup that it will participate in Canada’s 700MHz wireless auction. While the provider doesn’t have much more to share at this stage, it sees the LTE-friendly spectrum bid as proof of a “long-term commitment” to the country. The company will still have to win spectrum to better compete with Bell, Rogers and Telus, but its entry should assuage Canucks worried that only the incumbents can afford to buy more bandwidth.

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FCC schedules first spectrum auction in more than five years

The FCC announced Friday that, on January 14, 2014, it will be auctioning off the first major piece of spectrum to hit the market since 2008, the board announced today. The auction will offer up 10 MHz from the H-Block, currently used for PCS service, for a minimum of $ 1.56 billion. Analysts expect Sprint to be the major bidder for the spectrum, as the company has expressed interest in the H block before, but Dish Network already controls spectrum adjacent to the bandwidth and could make a strong play on that basis.

Unlike the FCC’s planned incentive auctions, which will offer broadcasters money in exchange for shifting spectrum over to the wireless industry, this spectrum is considered underused, and the revenue will be directed to the…

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The Rarest Pokemon Card Up For Auction On eBay

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Ebay user smpratte is selling among the rarest Pokemon cards in the world– a 1998 Illustrator card that was just sent to the winners of the Pokemon Card Image Contest. There are only six known to be around, seven if you consist of the one I’m forging today. The text reviews, “We license that your illustration is an outstanding entry in the Pokémon Card Game Image Contest. For that reason, we state that you are a Formally Licensed Pokémon Card Illustrator and admire your skill.” Guy, I wish someone admired my ability. Enjoyable realities!:.

This card is thought about to be among the rarest worldwide. Only 5 copies are confirmed to be distributed, while another is in the hands of the Authorities Pokémon TCG Blog site, making a total of 6 printed.

The card includes the word “Illustrator” on top instead of “Trainer”, and is the only card to do so.

This card is also the only card with the special pen sign in the bottom right corner of the card.

This is one of just a handful of Japanese advertising cards that showcase a double-star rarity.

This card is typically called Pikachu Illustrator, in reference to the Pikachu in the illustration.

Only 4 copies of this card have actually ever before been sold.

This card has cost over $ 20,000 strengthening it as one of the most important Pokémon cards around.

The auction’s Buy-It-Now cost is set at $ 100,000, but the seller is accepting offers and expects the card to choose somewhere around $ 50,000. It’s insane the rarest Pokemon card around can’t even be utilized to play the game. OR CAN IT? \* game starts, instantly tosses Illustrator card \* I WIN. “However the game simply started.” That’s a $ 50,000 card bro, I’m rather sure I won– at Pokemon AND life. \* lights stogie with burning diamonds \* “You cannot smoke in right here.” I bet I can if \* unrolling deed \* I SIMPLY PURCHASED THE STRUCTURE. Now you’re trespassing, leave before I call the police.

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