The Mini Iron Throne Replica Any (Rich) Fan Must Have

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Alright, so you don’t have $30,000 to spend to acquire a life-size replica of the Iron Throne from HBO’s official store. Well, turns out you can minimize it and get a version that’s only 14 inches tall instead. And it’s still officially licensed!

Well, the pointy paperweight still comes with quite a hefty cost. It’s $300 over at ThinkGeek, and doesn’t even come with a mini (mini) Tyrion Lannister action figure. What a bummer.

I mean, $300 could buy you a Wii U after all! Errr, maybe you’re better off with the paperweight, now that I’m thinking about it.


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  1. monstrinho February 21, 2013

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