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Here we go again, it’s Last Week at the Auction...America's Favorite Top 10 List of Auction Results from around the globe as hand selected by me, Josh Levine, your post host and guide to the world of auctions. This Post is Episode 2 of Season 3....and it continues to be The Hottest You Tube Series and Social Media Sensation in the world, okay, you know…. the auction world.

What’s on tap for today post you ask? How about the Original Bobble Head…. or some sound words of wisdom, like…”Don’t play with Legos.” This post has 3 Books to Rule them All…and The Golden Goose is on the loose…

Any maiden fans with me…. Anyone, anyone….no, I haven’t lost it. This quick post should bring you up to speed in a few short stanzas. And as always, these are real auction results from real auction houses and with that comes valuable insight to what’s really going on in the secondary market. Whether you are a reseller, an appraiser, an auctioneer, downsizing an estate, thinking of selling a collection or just like antiques and collectibles, I think you just might learn something.

So welcome back subscribers and hello newbies...I got the goods...Amazing Auction Results, Fun Facts and so much more...and as I always say...” Nothing is more interesting than the Auction World.” Not even Jeffrey Dahmer’s Refrigerator Condiment Selection…I am guessing Grey Poupon.

Don’t forget, that I have all the links below to everything I discuss, social media channels and most importantly, where you can find out more about all of these great auction houses. It’s where I find out about all this cool stuff!

So, let’s get on with it…. it’s LAST WEEK AT THE AUCTION.

#10 is a Great Star Wars Lego Set, The Ewok Village Playset that brought $400 at R&R Auction in Glendale AZ. It is part of their ongoing 3-month long Sci Fi Sunday’s sales. They have been liquidating a 4000 plus lot collection and it has been so much fun to watch. This set retailed for $249 on 7 years ago and has appreciated almost 75%. That’s a heck of a return. The moral of the story here is, buy your kids big Lego sets, don’t let them open or play with them, then use the money for college. But seriously, Legos have been an amazing story for several years now. Collectors love them!