John Friscia

It turns out that sealed copies of old classic video games have become the new Action Comics #1 and Amazing Fantasy #15 of the collectors world. To further emphasize that point, a sealed first run copy of Super Mario Bros. 3 for NES has sold for $156,000 at Heritage Auctions, an absolutely wild amount of money. What makes this first run of Super Mario Bros. 3 especially noteworthy from a collecting perspective is apparently just the placement of the logo. “Bros.” appears flush along the left side of the box on this version, but its placement was changed in subsequent […]

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