Unopened copy of the video game "Super Mario Bros." since 1985 was sold for $ 100,150.
The sale has set a new world record for classified video game, according to the Heritage Auctions that took part in the purchase, the Nintendo Classical Title was classified by Wata Games experts and received a rating of "Close Mint" of 9.4 and "Seal Rating" ++, "Beyond the artistic and historical significance of this game is its ultimate state. to preserve, "said Kenneth Tower, co-founder and chief curator of Wata Games, in a statement.
Due to its wild popularity, 11 different variants of the Super Mario Bros. box were printed between 1
The game was bought by a group of collectors on February 6. Halperin, Zack Gig, owner of Just Press Play Video Games and Coin Dealer "We all know how hard it is to find an open copy of this version in good shape, that I will never see even after selling old video games for over 20 years, "he said Gig in the statement, "Action Comics # 1," a comic published in 1938 marks the first appearance of Superman, a rare, almost flawless copy of the comic, sold for $ 3.2 million in 2014
Dallas's estate has told Fox News that the sale is a private deal. "The previous owner wants to remain anonymous for security reasons," a spokesman told the auction house.
"I'm very pleased with the purchase of Super Mario Bros. in the world and it's still there," said Halperin in the statement. "The executive director confirmed that Super Mario Bros. will not be on a video game auction later this month , but added that it could be auctioned at some point in the future
Vintage technology can cause a huge price tag.In 2014, for example, one of the first Apple-1 computers was sold at $ 905,000