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$45,000 To Spare?

07 May 2019 17:44 - 07 May 2019 17:46 #63935 by Random321
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If you have 45,000 USD to throw around you too could own one of the on screen used 1984 Supergirl costumes!

ebay.us/wVhWzI

This isn't the first time I've seen this costume pop up on Ebay - it might not even be the highest price I've seen on it - so maybe not he best stock market alternative.

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07 May 2019 23:29 #63941 by elnovo1234
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With that money you can make your own low budget supergirl 1984 remake LOL
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07 May 2019 23:54 #63943 by Woodclaw
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Even if the movie wasn't a major, it seem strange to sell something like this on E-Bay.

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08 May 2019 01:14 #63945 by fats
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No certificate of authencity nor is there any other paperwork to go with the outfit, at $40k I would expect more than that, call me a sceptic but the lot does not ring true.

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08 May 2019 07:15 #63948 by WLG
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Yeah, but just to know that it had been in contact with Helen Slater. 

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08 May 2019 09:10 #63949 by Woodclaw
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WLG wrote: Yeah, but just to know that it had been in contact with Helen Slater. 


That's kind of the problem, without a certificate of authenticity (which can be obtained from a number of sources) there is no way to know that this is the genuine article. The indication on the label doesn't mean anything without the certificate.

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15 May 2019 14:07 #64015 by roden81
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Opens wallet, butterflies fly out

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