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For sale: Rare Elvira modesty sticker w/ insert, EATPM


By mg81

3 years ago



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#1 3 years ago

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Rare Elvira modesty sticker w/ insert, EATPM

Added: October 31st, 2015 Ended: November 5th, 2015

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I have a like new Elvira modesty sticker that was included with Elvira and the Party Monsters (EATPM) to cover up Elvira's cleavage. No surprise that most of these did not survive.

The sticker looks like new and the instructional insert does not have any stains, but has some creases. I also have the original manila envelope that both of these items came in.

I am looking for offers for this uncommon item.

I will get up a photo shortly.

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#2 3 years ago

The one, the only....pinball boob apron.

#3 3 years ago

those are very rare and it is also not the same as the one that came with scared stiff the eatpm one is made to look like lace

#4 3 years ago

Out of curiosity, what doe the pinside borg think this is worth?

Were these repro'd?

#5 3 years ago

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#6 3 years ago

The one that came with mine was installed by the original onwrer and it's still there. I always thought it was cool since it's just hiding cartoon boob cleavage!

#7 3 years ago

This is kind of neat. I never knew they made this.

#8 3 years ago

My game came with it installed. I promptly uninstalled it.

#9 3 years ago

Not much. I can't imagine anyone wants this for their house. Business owners I get, but I don't see anyone on here jumping for joy that they can now buy their Elvira because they located a modesty sticker.

Anyone who'd want one probably doesn't or wouldn't own an Elvira anyway.

Quoted from PIN_GROOM:

Out of curiosity, what doe the pinside borg think this is worth?

#10 3 years ago

jalpert, I hope no one would buy this sticker to actually use it. It is a collector piece. Just as I am guessing not many people buy collectible, NIB Star Wars action figures just to open them up and play with them.

#11 3 years ago

Definitely a cool bit of history which ties the pin to it's coin op roots. Much like the 5x7 sized printed Operations Manuals which you sometimes see, it's neat to have because it completes the package. GLWTS

#12 3 years ago

It didn't even cross my mind someone who didn't want to use it would buy it.

Quoted from mg81:

I hope no one would buy this sticker to actually use it. It is a collector piece.

#13 3 years ago
Quoted from mrbillishere:

Definitely a cool bit of history which ties the pin to it's coin op roots. Much like the 5x7 sized printed Operations Manuals which you sometimes see, it's neat to have because it completes the package. GLWTS

That's why I bought mine. I'll never use it, but it's cool to have and its a great conversation piece that even non-pinheads find interesting. I bought mine off eBay with a manufacturer cabinet inspection sheet, one of those small Operators Handbook, and some other original paperwork that I didn't have. Auction ended at $50 (steep, I know!), but for rare stuff, it's just worth whatever somebody will pay.

#14 3 years ago

SOLD!

This interesting piece of pinball history is sold.

Thanks everyone for the feedback and great response.

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