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Golden Palace Buys Deed to White House

15 September 2005

VANCOUVER, Canada – (PRESS RELEASE) -- The only known deed to exist for America's most famous address has been bought by Internet casino and poker room for an unbelievable $43.45 through online auction house

While conducting research for his upcoming book "Night of the Realtors", in which a Canadian realtor sells the White House, seller David Jenneson discovered that the U.S. Government has no deed recording the property ownership for 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

According to Jenneson's eBid page, he sent a written request to the U.S. National Archives regarding the deed. A two-month search resulted in the archives office sending a letter stating they could not find the deed for the White House. After an extensive amount of legal survey and analysis, Jenneson acquired the only known deed in existence.

"The winning bid will acquire a Quitclaim Deed for the famous property, plus a signed copy of my book Night of the Realtors," said Jenneson on his eBid page. has a reputation for acquiring unique and extraordinary items through online auctions. Their numerous buys on eBay have made headlines worldwide, and they have received an enormous amount of exposure as a result.

"This unique item is a great example of American pop culture, and we think the Oval Office will make a great poker room," joked CEO Richard Rowe. "This will make a great addition to our collection of eccentric and extraordinary items. People will get to see the deed when we bring it on tour with our other auction purchases."

Setting the standard in marketing creativity, has devised some of the most exciting and outrageous advertising campaigns in the past few years. Recently, items such as the Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Britney Spears' Pregnancy Test, and Pope Benedict XVI's previously-owned VW Golf have garnered extensive worldwide media attention for the casino.

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