It is an extremely rare copy of the game in a shrink-wrapped factory and in perfect condition.
Not everyone is financially hurt by the one-year-old coronavirus epidemic. Now, a wealthy and avid collector has bought himself the Super Mario Bros. platform game console for the NES console for a world record price. Be fascinated. He significantly pushed the previous high of US$114,000 to US$660,000 at the estate auction, or approximately US$203 million.
Two characteristics of the copy to be auctioned are highlighted from the crowd: its condition and rarity. Sold out toys are in unopened factory shrink packaging and are usually in condition as if they had just been removed from the trading shelf recently. However, the fact is that the Super Mario Bros. produced by Nintendo in the United States for many years comes with seven different types of packaging. This is a fact, and this kind of copy is the rarest, and it has been used for a short period of time in late 1986 and early 1987. between.
Experts believe that there is no unopened sample in good condition in the world.
Its anonymous package owner received it as a Christmas gift at the time, but for 35 years, it has only spread powder in various places until its existence has been rediscovered recently. At this point, people already know that to collectors That said, it may be worth it. The US$500,000 (approximately HUF 154 million) of the purchase price reached the target.
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