NES The Legend of Zelda Video Game Sold For A Record US$870,000

Looks like the pandemic hasn’t curb anyone’s desire to own a copy of NES classic. In a recent sale organized by Heritage Auctions, a copy of The Legend of Zelda was sold for a cool US$870,000.

Christian Bale’s Batman Cowl Worn In Batman Begins Is Going Under The Hammer

In addition to the awesome Gene Simmons’ Axe bass guitar, there is another very noteworthy movie memorabilia, especially for fans of Batman, going under the hammer at the upcoming Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Signature Auction #7241.

KISS Gene Simmons Custom Axe Bass Guitar Is Going On The Block!

If you are big fan rock act KISS, then you will want to check out this bass guitar from Gene Simmons that is going on the block on Heritage Auctions. The KISS Gene Simmons Signed & Stage Played Custom Axe Bass Guitar (Lot #89702) will go under the hammer at the Entertainment & Music Memorabilia …

These Days, A Copy Of Old Video Game Could Land You With A Pot Of Gold Too

How times have changed. In the past, gold and stocks could land you with a pot of gold. These days, a vintage copy of Nintendo game could too. Case-in-point: a sealed copy of the Super Mario Bros. 3 has recently set a world’s record for the highest price paid for a video game at auction.

Super Rare Nintendo And Sony Collab Video Game Console Prototype To Go Under The Hammer

The prototype video game console dubbed Nintendo Play Station we saw circulating the Internet back in 2015 will be auctioned of at Comics Signature Auction organized by Heritage Auctions on March 5-7, 2020.

Sealed Copy Of Super Mario Bros From The 80s Sold At $100K

Never in the world would I have imagined one day video games would become collectibles, much less appreciate in value, when I started gaming three decades ago, but here we are, reading about how a sealed copy of Super Mario Bros was sold for a stratospheric amount of $100,150. That right there is a six …

Personal Belongings Of Late Colonel Sanders To Go Under The Hammer

I don’t know of anyone who will want to bid for possessions of a dead person, unless the person in question was an iconic celebrity. That said, I hardly think anyone would want a piece of the fast food legend, Colonel Sanders, either, but in case you have to desire to collect Kentucky Fried Chicken …

Nike Air Mag Self-Lacing Sneakers Sold For A World Record $52,500!

Remember the Nike Air Mag self-lacing sneakers introduced last year? Apparently, a pair was put on the block recently by Heritage Auctions in a sale called The Future is Now which saw this pair of high-tech sneakers closes at a whopping $52,500, setting the world record for a collectible sneaker at public auction. The recent …

It Turns Out That the Oldest Licensed Batmobile was a 1956 Oldsmobile

We’re not so much of a big Cape Crusader after all. We didn’t know there’s an even older real rolling Batmobile other than the one based on the Lincoln Futura concept car, first used in the live action television show between 1966 and 1968. Anyway, as it turns out, the oldest licensed Batmobile was based …

original 1942 Detective Comics #67 cover art worth $300k

how much would you pay for a vintage comics cover art? i am guessing ordinary folks like us would not be forking out six-figure for it, would they? in anyway, if you are a (dead) serious…