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Guinness World Records: Here’s The Largest Collection Of Legend Of Zelda Memorabilia

Guinness World Records has revealed the largest collection of The Legend Of Zelda Memorabilia and it comes in with over 1,816 individual items from the beloved franchise. The record-breaking collection belongs to Anne Martha Harnes in Norway and she says “My favourite item in my collection is from Majora’s Mask – the fish bone guitar called ‘Zoraze,'”. She began collecting Zelda items in 2008 when she learned to use eBay and PayPal and dressed up as Princess Zelda to show off her collection at her parents’ home in Molde.

The collection is certainly very impressive and you take a look at it for yourself in the video below.

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15 comments

  1. King Kalas X3 {I only buy exclusives that interest me on Switch. For everything else that interests me, there is PS4.} says:

    Wait! This is a Guiness World Record!? Whoa! I wonder what other video game related records they have in there.

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  2. I want a girlfriend like this. Only a girl like this would understand and accept my obsessive love for collecting (and playing whenever I can) video games etc. Sadly, there’s not a whole lot of women out there like this. And it’s even more rare to find one that’s single. Not speaking from experience, that’s just the way it seems. I’m prepared to live my entire life all alone if I can’t have a video game loving woman. I won’t settle for anything less. Why am I writing this? Because I can. ; )

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  3. Great collection! I love the large statue and it saddens me that it was broken during shipping. At least he got a Hyrule Warrior scarf to cover his poor neck, I thought it was just the HW Link til I really looked at it.

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