An online auction has been set up for anyone looking for a "bomb" of a Christmas present.
An Auckland-based munitions collector has put up for sale an original MK 84 500lb (227kg) bomb and a New Zealand New Seacat missile.
Starting bids for both items - which are on offer on TradeMe - begin at $1000, with the online auction set to close at 3.57pm on Sunday.
The 227kg bomb is filled with plaster and the owner states it ''turned up as a garden ornament (minus tail) many years ago''.
''Once I had it checked out as safe (and free from explosives!) by an Airforce ordinance specialist I refurbished the body and sourced an unused 1969 tail,'' the seller wrote.
''It's a totally awesome bomb and would be the showpiece of any collection, another item that would make for the ultimate man cave decoration.''
The seller said it was about 2.5m long and ''very heavy''.
The Seacat missiles is 1.5m tall.The seller wrote that the item was one of the few decommissioned missiles of its type to remain intact.
''Have a look at pictures of all of the major ordinance collections in NZ and you won't see one of these,'' the item's blurb stated.
''This is a truly rare opportunity to own a piece of missile history, a 'must-have' for any ordinance/naval collection and a unique addition to any man cave.''
The seller added: ''I have owned this for close to 20 years ... reluctant sale but looking to fund a new project.''
- Auckland Now
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