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38 Studios items on the auction block

Gamers, business owners, and ex-employees pick up computers — and a foam hammer or two

PROVIDENCE — Some bidders were after the medieval swords and ghoulish action figures while others hunted for deals on office chairs and laptops.

The auction to sell off contents from 38 Studios LLC, former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's failed video game company that owes creditors as much as $150 million, drew hundreds of people — ex-employees, bargain-hunters, and curiosity-seekers — Tuesday to the company’s former headquarters in Providence.

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