1. 1972: His & Hers mannequins, $3,000 each.
All you ever wanted — replicas of real people. CREEPY.
4. 1995: His & Hers name-on-a-plane package, starting at $100,000.
This gift allowed a couple to have a name painted onto a United Boeing 777 aircraft, which would remain there for one year. The couple would also get unlimited first class travel for a year. The bidding started at $100,000; the winning bid was $177,747.17.
5. 1984: His & Hers cow desks, $65,000.
The purchaser could immortalize their favorite cow or horse, which would be turned into a drop-leaf desk. Weird.
8. 1970: A Noah’s Ark replica complete with livestock, $588,247.
Unsurprisingly, no one bought this. (And it wasn’t actually ever built.)
9. 1994: His & Hers Bellaqua Breathing Observation Bubble, $7,500 each.
These were little underwater scooters. If you wanted to upgrade with a communications system, they were $9,000 each.
12. 1970: Pleasure cruise for 598 people around the Florida coast, $35,000.
14. 1995: Joe Boxer/Motorola “Cyberscooter,” $10,000
This came equipped with a Motorola cell phone and an Envoy (some kind of personal digital assistant). You also got 30 pairs of Joe Boxers AND your very own page on joeboxer.com!
15. 1962: Chinese junk boat, $11,700.
Made in Hong Kong, these Chinese boats were shipped to the Port of Houston.