A single edition of the Wii is currently for sale on eBay for $ 300,000 (approximately $ 250,000).

The Nintendo console is covered with 24 carat gold over its entire surface, reports


relayed by 

Ouest France


The exceptional object was a gift for the Queen of England, Elisabeth II.

The console was indeed designed in 2009 as part of a publicity stunt to promote Big Family Games, a compilation of mini-games.

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Recovered by a collector

THQ, the publisher of this compilation wanted to allow the sovereign to play Big Family Games with an exceptional Wii.

At this time, it is not known whether Elizabeth II used the console or even received it.

Still, in 2017, the famous Wii arrived at a collector, Donny Fillerup.

The man recently decided to put his entire collection of rare items up for sale to change his life and buy himself a new home.

In his announcement, the collector specifies that the shipping costs of the Wii will be borne by the buyer.


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