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Collecting Evil Dead items has certainly become more expensive in recent years, as the popularity of Ash Vs Evil Dead has drawn in many new collectors. I personally only started my physical items collection around 2011, although I was saving listings from eBay long before that. Even in that short time the eBay prices people are willing to bid up to, have shot up for many rarer items. This page details a number of exceptionally rare items that serious Evil Dead collectors might want to track down for their collections. It does not cover more general collectables such as DVDs, Blu-Rays, soundtracks, books, toys, fanmade items and such. While the odd few of those items might be quite expensive to buy, or a little tricky to track down, there's nothing hugely rare there. It also doesn't cover completely one-off, screen used or custom made items, which collectors could never hope to find. Just items which would have been numerous enough at the time, and might pop up on eBay every few years you might want to watch out for. If you're interested in tracking down any of the screen used props, then check out the The Evil Dead - Props page, Evil Dead II - Props page or Army Of Darkness - Props page.

Book Of The Dead One-Page Brief Synopsis Script Pitch (1979)
Book Of The Dead Premiere Tickets (1981)
Book Of The Dead Premiere Promo Flyer (1981)
Book Of The Dead Premiere Program (1981)
Book Of The Dead & The Evil Dead Official Promotional Badges
The Evil Dead Film Festival Sales Brochure (1981)
The Evil Dead AFM Screening Invite (1982)
The Evil Dead Cannes French Program (1982)
The Evil Dead Cannes French Program (1983)
The Evil Dead US Films Around the World Double Sided Promo Slick (1981)
The Evil Dead French Premiere Pressbook (1983)
The Evil Dead US New Line Cinema Press Kit (1983)
The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Press Kit (1983)
The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Review Copy VHS (1983)
The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures V2000 Tape (1983)
The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Pre-Cert VHS with Raw Meat Card (1983)
The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Pre-Cert VHS With Not Guilty Banner (1985)
The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Re-Release Dealer Promo Sleeve (1987)
Evil Dead II Crew Hat (1986)
Evil Dead II Crew T-Shirt (1986)
Evil Dead II Crew Mug (1986)

Either scroll down the page, or click an entry above to jump to an item. Each item has a short description, and details the last time(s) it has sold, with selling price(s). That price may not be a good indicator of future prices as an item is only worth what two people are willing to bid it up to, which may be far more or far less. If any items are listed in the future, the information here will be updated. Where available, links to downloadable high quality PDF scans of any paperwork items have been included. Clicking each image will display a larger version in a 'Lightbox' window. Use the arrow icons or your keyboard's left/right arrows to navigate to the next photos. You can also middle-click an image to open the larger version in a new window. If you want more information on anything featured, then please ask, and if there are any collectors out there who think something they own should be added, you can get in contact via email at .



Book Of The Dead One-Page Brief Synopsis Script Pitch (1979)

This is a single page synopsis for Book Of The Dead, written & copyrighted in 1979 by Renaissance Pictures, and Samuel M. Raimi. While not much is known about it, it's assumed that this was given to prospective investors in the project as a rough outline of the plot. Broadly, this follows the events of the film, with a few little differences here and there.




While a good number of these must have been given out back in 1979, only one of these has ever been seen on eBay in recent memory. The seller was also selling a good number of unrelated period scripts, screenplays & photos, presumably from the same source, so it's authenticity is highly likely. This sold in January 2018, reaching a huge $405 after 18 bids.

Last Sold On eBay - January 19, 2018
Price - $405.00


Book Of The Dead Premiere Tickets (1981)

The Book Of The Dead première tickets were used for the world première in the Redford Theatre in Detroit on October 15, 1981. Of the two colours, there seem to be far more of the red tickets around with the green being a little rarer, and the both the same size at 127mm x 38mm. The green was an invitation ticket, and were swapped at the box office for the numbered red tickets for entry to the theatre. The green tickets were torn in half on exchange, so most of the green tickets you'll see for sale will be mis-matching halves. Complete un-torn green tickets are much rarer.




Scotty Spiegel is the prime seller of the majority of the tickets you'll see, and has been selling them here & there on eBay since the late 1990s. From January 2017, Scotty began weekly eBay listings of tickets. Early auctions fetched a considerable sum, with one set reaching $215. As the listings continued, the prices fell and Scotty listed what he said were his last pair of green tickets in March. Thereafter he only listed pairs of red tickets. As of January 2018, the prices were down to $10 buy-it-now for a pair of red tickets.

Last Sold On eBay - April 7, 2018 (Pair, green torn)
Price - $55


Book Of The Dead Premiere Promo Flyer (1981)

This is a 214mm x 277mm yellow promotional flyer for the Book Of The Dead's world première at the Redford Theatre in Detroit on October 15, 1981. It's by far the rarest of the première items. My personally owned flyer is the only one I've physically seen, and prior to that I'd only seen a picture in the stills gallery of The Evil Dead R1 Ultimate Edition 2007 DVD.




I bought it from Josh Becker as part of a collection of items for $300 in July of 2014. That included the Book Of The Dead Première Program (one of two I've bought from him), Promo Flyer, un-torn Green Première Ticket, and Première Button, along with a The Evil Dead Films Around The World 1981 Press Release, and Bruce's Cabin To Knoxville Airport Driving Directions for Josh from 1979.

Last Sold - July 3, 2013 (Private sale)
Price - $300


Book Of The Dead Premiere Program (1981)

This is a program, given out to the attendees at the Book Of The Dead's world première at the Redford Theatre in Detroit on October 15, 1981. It's 137mm x 214mm (folded shut) and consists of 12 sides; with information on Renaissance Pictures, a credits list, information on various cast & crew members, and finally a tale about the cabin location.




Of all the première items, this along with the button are probably the most sought-after, and they're both about as rare as each other. Only two programs have come up on eBay in the last ten or so years. One in May 2010 selling for $150 with some photos & other promotional material, and one in October 2011 selling on it's own for $100. I bought mine from Josh Becker as part of a collection of items for $300 in July of 2014. That included the Book Of The Dead Première Program (one of two I've bought from him), Promo Flyer, un-torn Green Première Ticket, and Première Button, along with a The Evil Dead Films Around The World 1981 Press Release, and Bruce's Cabin To Knoxville Airport Driving Directions for Josh from 1979.

Last Sold On eBay - October 8, 2011
Price - $100


Book Of The Dead & The Evil Dead Official Promotional Badges

There were various promotional pin badges created from 1981 to 1982. The earliest of which was the Book Of The Dead badge for the world première at the Redford Theatre in Detroit on October 15, 1981. Then a The Evil Dead badge was created by Films Around The World with the same white/red design the following year in March 1982, for trips to the AFM & Cannes. Once New Line picked up The Evil Dead for US distribution early in, further badges were made, including a set of three red, white & black small badges, and a larger identical black version too.

David Chaskin mentioned in Fangoria #55; There was one promotion for that I wish had worked out. I wanted to put a bloodmobile outside the National Theater in Times Square and give free passes to anyone who donated blood. This was in the middle of the blood crisis, before the AIDS epidemic. Everybody thought it was a swell idea, people would come in, get a needle stuck in their arm, give a pint of blood, get a free pass to the movie and a button that said 'I Bled for The Evil Dead'. The publicist loved the idea, so did the New York blood bank, we had the buttons printed up, and we were all set to go. As I understand it, at the last minute the blood bank decided against it and pulled the needle out of the whole promotion. I’m pretty sure they did it successfully in Philadelphia.






The rarest of all of the above badges, are the 1983 New Line set of three red, white & black small badges, and the larger identical black one. Only one of each has come up on eBay in recent memory, all in May 2017. Three of the four were won personally; the small red badge for $62.00, small white badge for $56.55, and larger black badge for $77.00. The small black badge went to someone else for $71.00. Probably the least rare is the black 'I Bled For The Evil Dead' badge, which comes up semi regularly on eBay. There are two listed on eBay as of writing in January 2018. I bought mine for $54.98 in July 2014. The red variant is much rarer, I've only seen one example in recent years, again bought personally in July 2014 for $53.98.

Of all the première items, the Book Of The Dead badge along with the program are probably the most sought-after. I've owned two over the years. The first I bought in July 2014 for $56.98 from eBay, the second I bought from Josh Becker as part of a collection of items for $300, also in July of 2014. That included the Book Of The Dead Première Program (one of two I've bought from him), Promo Flyer, un-torn Green Premiere Ticket, and Première Button, along with a The Evil Dead Films Around The World 1981 Press Release, and Bruce's Cabin To Knoxville Airport Driving Directions for Josh from 1979. One of those badges I later sold to a friend.

Last Sold on eBay - Various, see above
Price - $50-80 each


The Evil Dead Film Festival Sales Brochure (1981)

This as a Press Kit created by Films Around The World in March 1982, for trips to the AFM & Cannes. It's 215mm x 278mm (folded shut) and consists of 15 sides; with a synopsis, information about the production, cast & crew credits & information, information on Rennaissance Pictures, and finally three full page glossy colour photos. The pages are loose, bound with a black plastic strip to the side.




This is another hugely rare The Evil Dead item, and among the various press kits, certainly one of the rarest. Only one has come up on eBay in recent memory, won personally in July 2014 for $125.

Last Sold On eBay - July 13, 2014
Price - $125


The Evil Dead AFM Screening Invite (1982)

This is an invite to a screening of The Evil Dead at the American Film Market in March 1982, made by Films Around The World. Measuring 139mm x 107mm, this would have been handed out to prospective distributors in an effort to have them see and buy the picture for distribution around the world.



While these would have been freely given out at the AFM, many would have been thrown away which makes this quite a rare item. Only one of these has come up on eBay in recent memory, won personally in May 2014 for $53.87.

Last Sold On eBay - May 26, 2014
Price - $53.87


The Evil Dead Cannes French Program (1982)

This is the program produced by Films Around The World to give out at Cannes in France in March 1982. It advertises worldwide representation by Irvin Shapiro in Cannes at the Carlton Hotel in room 501. It's 217mm x 280mm (folded shut) and has 4 sides; with photos, a short synopsis in both English and French, and a cast & credits listing on the back.




I bought my program in January 2018. Prior to that, this program had never been seen in recent memory on eBay. A set of two programs were listed for a $100 buy-it-now price, which was bought personally. One of the two was the 1982 version, and one the later 1983 version. I sold the 1983 program bought here, as I already owned a 1983 program which I bought from the President of Elite Entertainment Vini Bancalari in a much larger batch of Evil Dead items for $500 in February 2013. This consisted of that Cannes French program, 129 photos & slides; seventy-seven 3"x5", three 7"x5", twenty-eight 8"x10", twenty-one slides, and a large transparency of the US one-sheet poster.

Last Sold On eBay - January 9, 2018
Price - $100


The Evil Dead Cannes French Program (1983)

This is the program produced by Films Around The World to give out at Cannes in France in May 1983, and is a slight variant to the one above from 1982. It advertises worldwide representation by Irvin Shapiro in Cannes at the Carlton Hotel in room 501. It's 217mm x 280mm (folded shut) and has 4 sides; with photos, a short synopsis in both English and French, and some press quotes on the back including a glowing report of business from Palace Pictures in the UK.




I bought my program from the President of Elite Entertainment Vini Bancalari in a much larger batch of Evil Dead items for $500 in February 2013. This consisted of that Cannes French program, 129 photos & slides; seventy-seven 3"x5", three 7"x5", twenty-eight 8"x10", twenty-one slides, and a large transparency of the US one-sheet poster. Up until January 2018, it had never been seen in recent memory on eBay, but a set of two were listed for a $100 buy-it-now price, which was bought personally. One of the two was identical to my existing 1983 program, the second was a slight variant from Cannes 1982 with a different back.

Last Sold On eBay - January 9, 2018
Price - $100


The Evil Dead US Films Around the World Double Sided Promo Slick (1981)

This is a double sided promo slick given out to potential buyers of the film when it was represented by Films Around the World. It has a mini poster on the front, and a short synopsis, some newspaper quotes, cast & crew credits, and distributor contact details on the back.




This item has only been sold on eBay once, in May 2010. It was listed together with a batch of The Evil Dead items; a Book Of The Dead Première Program, a seven page The Evil Dead New Line press kit, eighteen colour & B&W photos; three 3"x5", nine 5"x7", six 8"x10", and a typed covering letter from Bruce Campbell at Renaissance Pictures, signed & dated June 27, 1983. The final selling price for the whole package was $154.

Last Sold - May 27, 2010
Price - $154


The Evil Dead French Premiere Pressbook (1983)

This is the French pressbook, created by the French distributor of The Evil Dead; AM Films. Measuring 207mm x 296mm (folded shut), it's glossy & properly bound with 24 sides and is entirely in the French language. It has a number of pages about the production, a synopsis, cast & crew credits, a centre page spread of the French theatrical poster, pages on Tom Sullivan and the special effects work, and Sam Raimi & Bruce Campbell. The cover & centre poster are in colour and the rest is in black & white.




This item has come up for sale a few times on eBay over the last ten years; in January 2008, then again in August 2012 which was bought personally for $39, and again in June 2014 selling for $27. While never all that expensive, it doesn't come up that often and is a nice item compared to some of the other press books & kits.

Last Sold - June 4, 2014
Price - $27


The Evil Dead US New Line Cinema Press Kit (1983)

This is the press kit released by New Line, once they picked up The Evil Dead for US distribution in early 1983. The paperwork consists of two separate documents stapled together; a New Line cover, cast & crew credits, synopsis, notes about the production, an interview with Sam Raimi, notes about the cast & crew, then eight pages of newspaper & magazine clippings. The second document is two sheets that appears to be a copy of an article from Fangoria magazine. Every sheet is one sided and it's all in black & white. There are up to 11 lobby cards available. Seeing the set of lobby cards listed on eBay alone is not unusual, some sellers even list them individually at hugely inflated prices. Seeing a complete press kit with the paperwork however, is really quite rare. It should apparently come come in a folder, although this has never been personally seen.




The last time an almost complete press kit was seen on eBay was way back in September 2009, selling for $80. The paperwork was all there, but there were only ten of the eleven lobby cards. A seven page press kit was sold as part of a larger auction in May 2010. It was listed together with a batch of The Evil Dead items; a Book Of The Dead Première Program, eighteen colour & B&W photos; three 3"x5", nine 5"x7", six 8"x10", and a typed covering letter from Bruce Campbell at Renaissance Pictures, signed & dated June 27, 1983. The final selling price for the whole package was $154.

Last Sold On eBay - September 15, 2009
Price - $80


The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Press Kit (1983)

This is the press kit released by Palace Pictures for the UK simultaneous theatrical & home release of The Evil Dead late in 1982. It consists of seven photocopied A4 sheets stapled together; a cover, synopsis, cast & crew credits, production notes, press quotes, and theatrical release notes. Some of the pages have been photocopied crooked in both examples I've seen. Along with this, there were four plain black & white lobby cards, with a Palace Pictures sticker on the back.




Of all the press kits for The Evil Dead, this is probably the rarest, even more so than the US New Line press kit. Only two examples are personally known of, both held by private UK collectors. One was sourced from eBay quite some years ago. The second was bought as part of a private sale in 2016 from another collector. As well as the Palace The Evil Dead press kit, there was a complete UK Guild Army Of Darkness press kit, and a number of the UK Palace Pictures Evil Dead II lobby cards, all bought for £150/$205.89. None have been seen on eBay in recent memory.

Last Sold On eBay - Unknown
Price - Unknown


The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Review Copy VHS (1983)

This is a 'review' copy of the standard UK Palace Pictures The Evil Dead VHS. Copies of this tape would have been sent out to journalists, magazine & news organisations so they could watch and review the film in their publications back in early 1983. The content of the tape itself is identical to the standard retail version for the time, but a blank generic yellow Palace Video label is stuck on the tape, with The Evil Dead written in pen. The cover is also identical to the standard retail VHS, but the back cover has one corner cut off, presumably so it could be easily identified as a 'review' copy.




As these tapes likely numbered in the low hundreds way back in 1983, now, nearly forty years later they are even rarer. The only one known in a private collection was sourced from eBay quite some years ago, and belongs to the UK collector Michael Witchy.

Last Sold On eBay - Unknown
Price - Unknown


The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures V2000 Tape (1983)

This is the 1983 Palace Pictures UK V2000 tape. While many collectors will own the standard VHS version, less will own the BetaMax version released at the same time. The V2000 version was even rarer than that. Both BetaMax and V2000 were among the number of competing home tape formats in the early 1980s. VHS ultimately won that race, but V2000 fell by the wayside much earlier on, and was less popular too, making this release the rarest of the three. Like cassette tapes and most later Laserdiscs, you had to turn the tape over halfway though playing the film. The content on the tape is identical to both the VHS & BetaMax versions, and the cover & case are identical across all three releases, so there's really nothing new here other than the oddity of the format. Unless you actually own a V2000 player, you'd never be able to play this tape, so owning it is really only for completeists.




These pop up on eBay every few years. Most V2000 tapes are sold as seen, as very few people actually have V2000 players to test them on. Most buyers will never play them, so that doesn't overly matter assuming the tape is 100% genuine. I bought my copy in November 2014, for a total of £206.53/$283.49. I later sold to an eBay user in Germany in April 2017 fetching £165.00/$226.48. The next and last eBay sale seen for this item was in November 2017, selling for £123.72/$169.34. You may also spot the odd The Evil Dead French V2000 tape in eBay from time to time, although these are far less rare and don't sell for anywhere near as much.

Last Sold On eBay - November 8, 2017
Price - £123.72/$169.34


The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Pre-Cert VHS with Raw Meat Card (1983)

This is a variant of the UK Palace Pictures The Evil Dead Pre-Cert VHS retail release. While the tape, case & cover are identical to the standard release, a limited number came with a white 152mm x 94mm competition postcard in which the winner could win either a year's supply of red meat (worth £500), or £500 in cash. Three runners up could win a VHS version of The Evil Dead. There were seven fairly simple horror related questions to answer, and the closing date was the 31st of August 1983.




Far from the rarest item, it does pop up semi-regularly on eBay but has been fetching increasing sums in recent years. I lost out in an eBay auction for one of these back in August 2013 when I was first starting my collection, when bids went all the way up to a massive £23/$32! I finally got to own one by winning an auction in November 2013 for a grand total of £36/$50. I bought myself a second one in May 2014 for an offer of £50/$69 against a buy-it-now sale of £70/$97, and traded away my first one to a friend. The most recent eBay sale was in March 2018 where the final price went up to a huge £265/$369 after 24 bids. That tape did also have a yellow spine label on the cassette, but that looks to have been added by the rental store that originally owned it. It had the text 'please keep away from heat and rewind after use'. There was no palace logo, and the number 447 was written in pen. Do bear in mind that a decent condition standard The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Pre-Cert VHS usually goes for between £30/$42 up to £80/$112 at most, and this variant is identical apart from the added competition card, so at these sort of prices you'd effectively be paying around £200/$278 extra for a postcard which isn't overly rare.

Last Sold On eBay - March 12, 2018
Price - £265/$369


The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Pre-Cert VHS With Not Guilty Banner (1985)

This is a variant cover of the UK Palace Pictures The Evil Dead Pre-Cert VHS rental release. At some point between The Evil Dead's unequivocal dismissal against obscenity charges at Snaresbrook Crown Court in London on November 7, 1984, and the VRA (Video Recordings Act) coming into force on September 1, 1985, Palace Video issued a replacement VHS & Betamax sleeve to some dealers. This was identical to the standard VHS cover, but with a grey banner across the front exclaiming 'Not guilty! - The Evil Dead is back, B.B.F.C. certificate applied for'. According to Nik Powell, this was to swap out for existing sleeves; to celebrate The Evil Dead's victory in court, and as a 'screw you' to the police for their constant seizure of the film even after it was cleared. These were not intended as sample or promotional sleeves, but 'working' shop floor sleeves that belonged in a box with a tape. However, by the time the sleeves were sent out, many of the video shop owners and distributors had withdrawn The Evil Dead from sale due to the risk of being raided again, and the upcoming VRA law, so the majority of these would have probably been thrown away. That is why this specific cover is now one of the rarest and most coveted The Evil Dead VHS covers in the world.




Given it's rarity, this cover hasn't been seen too often on eBay in recent memory. The first any only time I've seen one on eBay was in October 2016. The quality was really quite rough, so I let it pass without bidding, The final selling price was £104.00/$142.75. My first opportunity to buy this was back in December 2013, on the UK Pre-Cert.co.uk forums. Myself and another member bid the total up to a huge £605/$830, that was the point at which I let it go, and what it sold for. In October 2014, I spotted a 'Not Guilty!' release listed on eBay for a very low buy-it-now price of £19.99/$27.43. I immediately bought it, but on receipt I realised that the cover was a colour photocopy. The colours had begun to leach, there was no Palace hologram sticker on the spine, and no age related yellowing on the back. I returned it for a refund, only to see it re-listed a few days later. I've no idea who (if anyone) subsequently bought it. The most recent sale seen was on the 'General Pre Cert And DPP Video Chat' Facebook group. The excellent quality example finally sold for a huge £900.00/$1254 in January 2018, making this probably the most valuable collectable on this page.

Last Sold - Janaury 30, 2018
Price - £900.00/$1254


The Evil Dead UK Palace Pictures Re-Release Dealer Promo Sleeve (1987)

This was a promotional VHS cover sleeve sent to dealers, to promote the upcoming May 15, 1987 re-release of The Evil Dead. After the Video Recordings Act (VRA) came into force on September 1, 1985, Palace Video had to certify all it's titles though the BBFC. This re-release was intended to coincide with the theatrical release of Evil Dead II a little later in June 1987. Unfortunately, the video was refused a certificate due to a number of successful obscenity convictions in some smaller regional UK courts. As a result of the 'video nasty' scare, horror standards were generally tightened up post-VRA and the BBFC felt it better to allow some water to flow under the bridge before considering again what was one of the best known 'nasties'. As a result, all was left of the proposed re-release was this promotional sleeve. It was only intended to be sent to dealers, so there are not a huge number of them around.




These sleeve usually pops up on eBay every few years, normally in a Palace Video box with the standard retail The Evil Dead VHS pre-cert tape. Prices can vary greatly depending on who is bidding. One is owned by UK collector Michael Witchy.

Last Sold On eBay - Unknown
Price - Unknown


Evil Dead II Crew Hat (1986)

This is a red/white baseball style cap given out to members of the cast & crew, while Evil Dead II was in production in 1986. There are a few photos of various crew members wearing these. While the manufacturers details have somewhat worn off the label, you can see what it should look like from the below photo.




This item has never been seen on eBay, nor has it been seen in any other collections, although there must be a number of them out there. I got mine in July 2013, included in a batch of items bought from Josh Becker for $250. The sale consisted of a Book Of The Dead Première Program (one of two I've bought from him), a copy of The Lansing Star (dated May 22, 1980), a Evil Dead II Crew Mug, and this Evil Dead II Crew Hat.

Last Sold - July 22, 2013 (Private Sale)
Price - $250


Evil Dead II Crew T-Shirt (1986)

This is a screen-printed white t-shirt given out to members of the cast & crew, while Evil Dead II was in production in 1986. There are a few photos of various crew members wearing these. The front shows a cartoon silhouette image of the cabin with the text 'Someone's in my fruit cellar' & 'Evil Dead II, ©RMP, inc. 1986'. The back has a plain red text print with 'Evil Dead II, Film Crew' in the middle.




The last time one of these was seen on eBay was way back in June 2007, which is now framed in Michael Witchy's collection. It was listed by Josh Becker with bids from £20, but he was the only bidder in the auction so got it at the opening bid. There was also one listed for sale before that in December 2004, Who bought this is unknown. Of the only two t-shirts known to be in private collections one belongs to Michael, and the other formerly belonged to Kain at the Deadites.net website, which has since been passed on to Elise Holmes who runs the DeaditeSlayer blog.

Last Sold On eBay - June 15, 2007
Price - £20.00/$27.57


Evil Dead II Crew Mug (1986)

This is smoked brown glass crew mug with an embossed title on the side, given out to members of the cast & crew while Evil Dead II was in production in 1986. You can just make out the number '17' and a curly 'L' on the base of the mug.




This item has never been seen on eBay, nor has it been seen in any other collections, although there must be a number of them out there. I got mine in July 2013, included in a batch of items bought from Josh Becker for $250. The sale consisted of a Book Of The Dead Première Program (one of two I've bought from him), a copy of The Lansing Star (dated May 22, 1980), a Evil Dead II Crew Hat, and this Evil Dead II Crew Mug.

Last Sold - July 22, 2013 (Private Sale)
Price - $250
 
 
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