hobbyDB Team Posts

Nature Connects, Art With Lego Animals Returning to Denver Zoo

Nature Connects, Art With Lego Animals Returning to Denver Zoo

For the first time in five years, giant Lego animals will roam the Denver Zoo. They will be on exhibit From July 17-October 31, 2020 Denver Zoo is home to nearly 3,000 animals representing 450 species, including many that are vulnerable, threatened, endangered or even extinct in the wild. And soon, a few more awe-inspiring […]

Tips and Tricks to Grade and Value Your Collection

Tips and Tricks to Grade and Value Your Collection

Most collectors, no matter what their interest, generally like to have a bit of an idea of what their collection might be worth. Even if you never intend to sell it, knowing the value of your collection is always worthwhile. Knowing how to grade and value your collection is, well, valuab.e The Grading System While […]

Mint Super Mario Bros. Sells for Record $100,000

Mint Super Mario Bros. Sells for Record $100,000

Super Mario Bros., the video game that revolutionized the industry, has made history yet again. Back in 2017, a mint Super Mario Bros game sold for $30,000 at auction. At the time, this was one of the most valuable video games ever seen on the market. Even though NES copies of Super Mario Bros. are extraordinarily easy […]

Here are the 13 Most Valuable Watches Ever

Here are the 13 Most Valuable Watches Ever

To watch enthusiasts, these timepieces are not only an accessory but also as an engineering marvel. These watches prove that amazing things come in small packages. Some of these pieces are the most complicated watches in the world and took years to design and build. They may not be covered in diamonds, but their value […]

The Iconic Citroen 2CV, The French Car That Almost Never Was

The Iconic Citroen 2CV, The French Car That Almost Never Was

Patrick Wehr

The Citroën 2CV is one of the most iconic French automobiles ever made, but it almost never came into existence. In 1934, the Citroën Company was bankrupt, and was taken over by the family-owned Michelin Company. At that time, France had a very significant rural population that could not yet afford cars. Citroën wanted to […]