This time, the condition of the copy turned out to be the best ever professionally assessed for an auction. It was also distinguished by a special production period, which was very short. It is reported to be the oldest sealed copy of the game ever offered by Heritage.
According to the seller, this copy of Super Mario Bros. was bought in late 1986 as a Christmas present, but ended up in an office desk drawer. There, it remained untouched for 35 years before being discovered earlier this year.
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