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Discount Final Fantasy Contest Orb

You’ve probably seen the $150,000.00 Final Fantasy Orb on eBay. The seller has been relisting it for over a year at prices no one is willing to pay.

Today is your lucky day however! Now, you can own a Final Fantasy Orb for a mere $65,000.00 (OBO). Plus, if you act now, you receive not one – but TWO bonus items. The first is a set of Final Fantasy control overlay stickers which were also sent out as part of this contest. The second is a Spyro Ripto’s Rage Orb sent out as a press promo.

Knowing the seller, he’s probably willing to part with this at a semi reasonable price. I have no idea what that may be however. There has been no Final Fantasy collectible which has sold for over $1,850.00 (Limited Edition Statue) at open auction in the past year. Does anyone know of any FF items which fetch more? I don’t know what would be considered a holy grail to a Final Fantasy fan, but this has to be up there. Could spark some interest in a NES collector as well, given the era of the contest.

This contest itself ran for the original Final Fantasy and only 50 crystal orbs were made and distributed worldwide. It is made of solid lead crystal and is etched with the the Final Fantasy log and a shield with a crossed axe and sword are etched above.


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