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Sterling Silver NES Controller Belt Buckle Costs a Lot of Gold Coins

by Paul Strauss
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If you’re an insane Nintendo fan, then you might want to head on over to Etsy, where you can currently get your hands on this awesome NES belt buckle made from solid Sterling Silver.

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Crafted by artist Otterette, the Sterling NES belt buckle is made from 3 ounces of silver, impeccably polished to a shiny finish, and scaled perfectly to match the original specs.

It really is a beaut. So what’s not to like? Well, $225 (USD) is a whole lotta gold coins to drop on a silver belt buckle. On the other hand, how many of your friends could say they had one too? Want it? Head on over to Otterette’s Etsy shop now.




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