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    Pokemon Red Version - Wata 9.2 A+ Sealed [Solid ESRB, Later Production], GB Nintendo 1998 USA. In the description for the Wata 9.8 A++ copy with a Pixel ESRB symbol, we cited Pokemon Red Version as, "one of the most sought-after games in the Pokemon franchise." After that copy sold for a show-stopping all-in price of $84,000, we pretty much stand by that statement. Despite the notable difference in grade for this copy, we suspect that the ever-increasing demand for all things Pokemon in high-grade will yield an impressive "battle" for this piece that would even intimidate the Elite Four. To confirm for anyone who is new to the scene, the solid black version of the ESRB logo became standard in late 1999, well after the screenshot debacle on these early Pokemon titles had already been worked out.


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    January, 2021
    14th-17th Thursday-Sunday
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