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    Super Mario Bros. 3 - Wata 9.8 A+ Sealed [Bros. "Right," Later Production], NES Nintendo. We have a feeling that there are more than a few collectors who regret missing out on the Wata 9.8 copy of Super Mario Bros. 3 in our 2020 May Signature Auction, that sold for $9,300, who are extremely excited to see this one! The "Bros. Right" in the title for this game refers to the position of "Bros." on the front of the box. Later copies of the game, like this one, have "Bros." on the right. This is the third bestselling Nintendo Entertainment System video game of all time at over 17 million copies sold worldwide. It's also the first Mario game to feature an over world map and inventory system for power ups, and introduced Mario's flying ability via Tanuki transformation.

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    July, 2020
    9th-12th Thursday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 19
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