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Gra Super Mario Bros. sprzedana za 100 tysięcy dolarów (2)

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An unopened copy of Super Mario Bros. has set a world record for a graded game when it sold for $100,150. The high-grade example of the classic video game released by Nintendo in 1985 is still sealed after 34 years. A group of collectors joined forces to purchase the game, including some of the biggest names in video games and collectibles as a whole. ??sBeyond the artistic and historical significance of this game is its supreme state of preservation,??? says Kenneth Thrower, co-founder and chief grader of Wata Games. Due to its popularity, Nintendo reprinted Super Mario Bros. from 1985 to 1994 numerous times, resulting in 11 different box variations. The first two variations are ??ssticker sealed??? copies that were only available in the New York and L.A. test market launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1985 and 1986. Of all the sealed copies of Super Mario Bros., this is the only known ??ssticker sealed??? copy and was certified by Wata Games with a Near Mint grade of 9.4 and a ??sSeal Rating??? of A++. ??sNot only are all of NES sticker sealed game??? extremely rare, but by their nature of not being sealed in shrink wrap they usually exhibit significant wear after more than 30 years,??? Thrower said. ??sThis game may be the condition census of all sticker sealed NES games known to exist.??? Buyers of the gam ein the 6 February sale include Jim Halperin, Founder and Co-Chairman of Heritage Auctions of Dallas, Texas; Zac Gieg, owner of Just Press Play Video Games in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Rich Lecce, renowned coin dealer, pioneering video game collector, and owner of Robert B. Lecce Numismatist Inc of Boca Raton, Florida. ??sSuper Mario Bros. is not only the most recognisable game of all time, it saved the video game industry in 1985,??? said Wata Games President, Deniz Kahn. ??sIn terms of rarity, popularity, and relevance to collectors, this game has it all. Mario is the most recognised fictional or non-fictional character in the
=CREDIT: Wata/Heritage Auctions/Cover Images
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An unopened copy of Super Mario Bros. has set a world record for a graded game when it sold for $100,150. The high-grade example of the classic video game released by Nintendo in 1985 is still sealed after 34 years. A group of collectors joined forces to purchase the game, including some of the biggest names in video games and collectibles as a whole. ??sBeyond the artistic and historical significance of this game is its supreme state of preservation,??? says Kenneth Thrower, co-founder and chief grader of Wata Games. Due to its popularity, Nintendo reprinted Super Mario Bros. from 1985 to 1994 numerous times, resulting in 11 different box variations. The first two variations are ??ssticker sealed??? copies that were only available in the New York and L.A. test market launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1985 and 1986. Of all the sealed copies of Super Mario Bros., this is the only known ??ssticker sealed??? copy and was certified by Wata Games with a Near Mint grade of 9.4 and a ??sSeal Rating??? of A++. ??sNot only are all of NES sticker sealed game??? extremely rare, but by their nature of not being sealed in shrink wrap they usually exhibit significant wear after more than 30 years,??? Thrower said. ??sThis game may be the condition census of all sticker sealed NES games known to exist.??? Buyers of the gam ein the 6 February sale include Jim Halperin, Founder and Co-Chairman of Heritage Auctions of Dallas, Texas; Zac Gieg, owner of Just Press Play Video Games in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Rich Lecce, renowned coin dealer, pioneering video game collector, and owner of Robert B. Lecce Numismatist Inc of Boca Raton, Florida. ??sSuper Mario Bros. is not only the most recognisable game of all time, it saved the video game industry in 1985,??? said Wata Games President, Deniz Kahn. ??sIn terms of rarity, popularity, and relevance to collectors, this game has it all. Mario is the most recognised fictional or non-fictional character in the
=CREDIT: Wata/Heritage Auctions/Cover Images
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