One Acre of the Moon up for Auction
One Acre of the Moon up for auction.
Just imagine looking into the night sky, pointing at the Moon and saying ‘I own a piece of that!’. We are offering you the chance to own your own parcel of land on the Moon, and have the certificate to prove it.
You or the person you purchase the Lunar plot for will be registered on the central database and become a member of this very exclusive club. Who knows, one day you may be able to fly to the planet and take up residency, but in the meantime it’s something you can talk and dream about - Keeping up with the Joneses just got a lot more interesting! The Moon is a symbol of hope, romance, achievement and change, all rolled into one, making the extra terrestrial plot the perfect present. By the way, I know what you are thinking...this is not a joke, this is the real deal.
So ladies and gentlemen, why not take one giant leap for mankind and get bidding!
- One Acre of the Moon, equal to 43,560 square feet.
- Your Lunar Deeds showing the exact co-ordinates.
- Your chosen recipients name on the deeds.
- Lunar Constitution - Bill of Rights.
- Letter of land ownership.
- Declaration of ownership.
- Land Registration.
- Lunar Mineral Rights.
- Map location of your property (property situated with a clear view onto planet Earth.
- Framed Moon Memorabilia to keep your documents safe and shipped to an address of your choice.
- Frame 54 x 62 cm approx.
- Black Frame.
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