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Oddities is a collector show that premiered on the Science Channel back in December. It’s always reassuring to know that there are people weirder than you.

Missing Linc

An Unpublished 1985 Topps Garbage Pail Kids, Missing Linc. $4500


via, @joshmadden

Star Wars Christmas

They don’t make them like this anymore…Christmas in the Stars features R2D2, C3PO and a young Jon Bon Jovi. You can also click here to hear a Christmas classic What do you get a wookie for christmas (When he already owns a comb). Check out C3P0 AND R2D2, SLEIGH RIDE after the jump.

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Looks like you will need your imagination to play with Olivia

Early Tron figures are making their way to Ebay, and word has it Olivia Wilde did not approve the licensing of her face, so her character Quorra comes with a permanent helmet. Read more about it here, did you know Christian Bale did the same for Terminator Salvation…?

The Apple Nerd’s Grail

An Apple-1 computer is up for auction November 23rd at Christies in London. The estimate? A stylish $160,000.

“Introduced in July 1976, the Apple-1 was sold without a casing, power supply, keyboard or monitor. However, because the motherboard was completely pre-assembled, it represented a major step forward in comparison with the competing self-assembly kits of the day. Priced at $666.66, the first Apple-1s were despatched from the garage of Steve Jobs’ parents’ house – the return address on the original packaging present here. It is not clear how many Apple-1s were sold, but by April 1977 the price was dropped to $475, and it continued to be sold through August 1977, despite the introduction of the Apple II in April 1977 (a major advance with integrated keyboard, sound, a plastic case, and eight internal expansion slots). It was officially discontinued by October 1977. A SUPERB EXAMPLE with the original packaging, manuals, cassette interface and basic tape, early documentation and provenance, and a COMMERCIALLY RARE LETTER FROM STEVE JOBS.”

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cover to cover playboy hard drive

This one is for the collector. Every issue of Playboy Magazine on a portable 250GB hard drive with 200GB of Free Space for your stuff. The last part makes it worth it!

+-, Joy Division singles from 1978 -1980

+ – is a new Joy Division box set of ten, 7″ discs containing singles from the years 1978-1980. Remastered by Stephen Morris and Metropolis Studios’ Frank Arkwright, only 5000 will be made with the first 500 being individually numbered and containing a piece of art by Peter Saville.

Here are the details:

Clamshell box with 10 7”s, Exclusive piece of Art by Peter Saville and Studio Parris Wakefield and all music on CD. Free UK Delivery. STRICTLY 500 COPIES ONLY.

You also will be able to download a digital copy of the tracks via iTunes.

Releasing through Rhino on December 6th

via, NME

Kozik’s Dead Che

16-inch Dead Che Bust by Frank Kozik is available at Kidrobot, in this exclusive hot pink edition.

Only 50 available. $200.00

A whole lot of new Dunnies

The 2010 Dunny series is now available now.  You can pick them up at Kidrobot for $7.95

Click to see the full collection after the jump

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Mr. Spray becomes a vinyl toy

This should sell out fast.

Mr. Spray is an original character created by tShepard Fairey in 2004 as a street-art appropriation of an advertising character design of the 1950s. Mr. Spray is the first original vinyl figure design by the artist in eleven years and will be released in mid-July 2010.

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Ren & Stimpy are heating up

We’re seeing some new 400% Be@rbricks, and a tight Stüssy t-shirt.  And now we’re wondering when there’ll be some all-over print JAM!-type shorts and Vans to complete the look?

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Diversify Your Collection: Fossils and Meteorites

Because what’s cooler than owning shit from Millions of years ago and/or outer space?  The Bonham’s Natural History Auction takes place tomorrow (5/27).

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