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These days, it seems like you can buy anything on Amazon. That certainly became more true today.

The Seattle online giant just introduced a new Entertainment Collectibles Store where you can find more than 350,000 entertainment-related items from an autographed B.B King guitar for $14,400 to an autographed photo of John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn for $30,000.

If there’s something to make you feel nostalgic today, this is definitely it. It’s fun spending a few minutes browsing around the site and feels like walking through an old museum. Categories range from autographed photos to musical instruments to movie props. You can search by entertainment type, autographs, year and price.

There’s also new items on the storefront, including collectables from The Twilight Saga and props and wardrobe from 2013 Academy Award nominee Silver Linings Playbook.

Third party merchants must be pre-approved to sell in the Entertainment Collectibles Store. Here’s how the referral fees break down: 20% for the first $100; 10% for any portion of the item price greater than $100 and up to $1,000; and 6% for any portion of the item price greater than $1,000.

Just before last year’s Super Bowl, Amazon launched its first collectables store in February and focused on sports. Now, Amazon is debuting the entertainment store days before the 2013 Oscar’s. Coincidence?

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