Super Mario Bros. cartridge at auction for up to $100,000
How much would you pay for a copy of Super Mario Bros. ultra-rare and not opened 1985, the year in which it was published? For a group of collectors, the answer to this question is $ 100,150.
For that record price, will receive one of the original copies of the game, sealed, that have been sold only in New York and Los Angeles, according to a press release from Heritage Auctions, based in Dallas, texas.
Beyond the artistic significance and the historical of this game is the co-founder of Wata Games, Kenneth Thrower, underlined the supreme state of conservation of the game, which may now represent the standard of the conditions of all of the games sealed for the NES.
The buyers are the co-founder of Heritage Auctions, Jim Halperin of Dallas; the dealer of coins and a collector of video games, Rich Lecce, Boca Raton, Florida; and the owner of shop of video games Zac Gieg of Lancaster, Penn. We still do not know what they intend to do with the game now, but don't be surprised if you hear that it is still in auction...
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