[GTA Vice City Razor Blade Keychain]
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Posted 4 weeks ago Edited by ChengizVlad09, 4 weeks ago.
Possibly soon after the release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City in 2002 for Playstation 2, but it's not excluded to actually predate its release by a couple of months in a form of, or as a part of promotional campaign, which is the case with many other numerous items of the same nature.
There is actually a whole bunch of closely related merchandise and memorabilia - original release memorabilia and merch - tied specifically to Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, which is vastly inspired and themed by the 80's and Miami, like GTA:VC Cocaine Mirror, Pink VC Pillow, VC Towels, Money Clip and so on and so forth...
Whether it was being handed out prior to the Vice City release, or after, it is safe to say it was most definitely a part of the game's promotional campaign back in the day, never to be re-released once again unlike other promotional items - The Anniversary items and promos.
Status and Availability:
Given it's nature and reduced number of units in circulation, decade and a half old date of release, this one is really hard to find. At least at e-commerce places. It goes without saying that you won't find it at Rockstar Games Warehouse. With tons of luck and snooping around the internet long enough you might, just might, be lucky to that extent to stumble upon this one - arranging some closed type of a deal. It is quite possible that the material used for making this little gem is quite prone to some sort of corrosion, well not exactly rusting, but definitely some discoloration of sorts, so It could be said that item's condition is pretty important while evaluating its price.
GTA Vice City Razor Blade Keychain
Very Rare/Extremely Rare
Original price is unknown, authors free estimate would be around 50.00 USD, but following the recent pricing trends,
don't be surprised to see it goes in the field of 3 digit numbers. If you find one floating around.
It matches the GTA VC Cocaine Mirror really nicely, even though they aren't part of the set.
Although, it cannot be said for certain how good it is for making lines.
I've seen couple of folks here might be in possession of this rare little marble, but without getting ahead of ourselves here, let me know if you still do. As a matter of fact, you are encouraged to do the same for any other mentioned piece of memorabilia here.
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