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eBay Bids on ‘TRUMP’ Taj Mahal Letters Go Above $7000

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Feb/20/2017

The highest bid on eBay for letters that once spelled “TRUMP” on the outside of the Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City has reached just over $7000.

From NJ.com:

While $7,000 might seem steep for large Sanskrit-style letters that once welcomed visitors to an Atlantic City casino, that price apparently isn’t enough for the seller, as the minimum payment requirement (or reserve price as it is called on eBay) had not been met as of Monday morning.

The letters are said to be in good condition, however, the interior bulbs do need replacement.

Real estate developer and one time owner of the Taj Mahal, Donald J. Trump, became the 45th President of the United States.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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