Sunday, May 9, 2021
close [x]
to:

Золотая приставка Nintendo Wii, созданная для Елизаветы II (17)

Magnum 70
TheNewYorkTimes - Session
Московский Кинофестиваль 2021

lightboxes

You have to log in to have access to lightboxes

 

EN_01474783_0002
EN_01474783_0002
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0003
EN_01474783_0003
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0004
EN_01474783_0004
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0005
EN_01474783_0005
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0006
EN_01474783_0006
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0007
EN_01474783_0007
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0008
EN_01474783_0008
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title - letter of authenticity. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0009
EN_01474783_0009
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0010
EN_01474783_0010
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0011
EN_01474783_0011
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0012
EN_01474783_0012
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0013
EN_01474783_0013
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0014
EN_01474783_0014
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0015
EN_01474783_0015
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0016
EN_01474783_0016
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0017
EN_01474783_0017
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
EN_01474783_0018
EN_01474783_0018
A 24k gold Nintendo Wii created for the Queen is up for sale. The video game console was created by publisher THQ in 2009 as part of a marketing stunt to launch its newly released title, Big Family Games. The machine was delivered to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. But it was rejected and sent back to the gaming firm. And now the console is being offered by video game collector Donny Fillerup - for a regal $300,000 USD on eBay. He got it after THQ filed for bankruptcy and its stock was sold off. Donny acquired it in 2017. Donny, 32, who lives in the Netherlands and runs an online console database called Console Variations, said some experts valued it at $1 million USD. He said he hopes to buy an apartment if it sells for the listing price. "I want to get myself my own place," he said. "I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did. The story is what makes this item so unique," he added. The console is in working order and is in generally good condition, according to the listing. "The Wii-mote has some wear on the bottom," the listing reads. "My guess is that it was actually used at one point." Documents and emails proving its provenance will be included in the sale. He said he has about 350 consoles in his collection, which includes rare Nintendo prototypes. The Wii launched in 2006 and was discontinued in 2013 after selling more than 101 million units. Credit - ConsoleVariations.com / MEGA. 30 Apr 2021 Pictured: 24k golden Wii made for the Queen along with Big Family Games title. Photo credit: ConsoleVariations.com/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights

top