Thursday, September 30, 2010

It's Official! The Legio Custodes are for sale!!!

So, my Legio Custodes has finally made it onto the mighty eBay auction site. While I was assured by friends that selling on eBay was incredibly easy, I must admit for a first timer (and Luddite) like myself, it was nowhere near as intuitive as I had hoped.

The auction can be found here!

Anyway, the auction is running now, and will conclude in ten days, on Sunday October 10, at 11:12 pm for my European bidders, 10:12 pm for my UK bidders, 5:12pm for my East Coast US bidders, and 2:12 pm for my West Coast US bidders.

For more information on the army, and why I'm selling it, check out these posts here and here.

Bid high, and bid often ; )



  1. Good Luck with the Auction. I wish I had the funds to walk up and hand you $4000 for it, but alas I do not. Regardless, I know it's going for a good cause and I hope you get plenty for the army. It truly a stunning work.

  2. Great army, great cause, bid already.

  3. Let hope the army raises some decent money!

  4. Holy Sh*t, already over 1000$!

    Best look!

  5. Yeah, I'd love to bid, but it is way past my ability to pay now.

  6. Saw it already broke $1100 grats dave. GL on this and I hope it does well.

  7. Hey,
    just put it up my blog, hope that's fine.
    I always like to help a good cause.

  8. Wish you all the best on the auction Dave and very sorry to hear about your two wishes!

  9. Man, I remember seeing this beauty way back in White Dwarf a few years ago. Good luck on the auction (I don't have anywhere near what this masterpiece deserves to bid) and hopefully it's enough!

  10. When I first got into Warhammer 40k years ago I remember seeing this army in White Dwarf magazine. It was probably about 3-4 months after I started building the models.

    This army along with the ad-mech army you did were the 2 that inspired me to do so much of the conversion work that became a staple of all my minis afterward.

    It's really a great thing that this labor of love will be used to help out friends in need.