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Back to the Future II Sports Almanac Sells For $7,000

by Conner Flynn
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Sadly, the time has passed when you could make some serious money with this Grays Sports Almanac featured in Back to the Future Part II, but at least one person was able to profit off of it. Surprisingly, that person was not Biff.

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The original almanac prop from the movie just sold for £4,750 (~$7,200 USD) in an auction for movie props. Great Scott!

This wasn’t the only BttF item that sold. A prototype Hill Valley High School letterman jacket sold for £600.
The torn phone book page Marty used to find Doc Brown went for £1,700. A plutonium fuel cell sold for just £3,000. Marty’s fedora from Part II went for £5,000. And two USA Today front pages from 2016 featuring Marty McFly Jr’s escapades sold for £1,800 and £2,750. I’m kind of surprised that some of this stuff didn’t go even higher.

I could have used this book several years ago and become a millionaire, but sadly that didn’t happen.

[via Geeks Are Sexy]

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