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Anybody think it would be worth it to hold onto it and maybe in like 5-10 years it would be worth even more? I know it's probably hard to tell, but do you think this would increase in value over time?

As for listing this on eBay, would you recommend running an auction with a reserve or a straight buy it now? What would you guys set the price at if you were selling this? Thanks!

Thanks. Mine has the white oval seal unfortunately, so I think that means its a slightly later release probably around 1989-1990 according to the article below. I found this very helpful article while doing so more research on these black box releases and different variations.

It explains the differences and even ties them to a release date period they were sold.

Classic Video Games / Found a Sealed Super Mario Bros - Realistic Value?
« on: November 25, 2019, 12:04:22 am »
So I recently picked up a sealed copy of Super Mario Bros for the NES at a local thrift store. It's a genuine REV-A with the H-seal. There's no top hanger though. It's in very good condition. Anyone have any idea on the value or what it could realistically go for on eBay? I searched sold listings and saw a couple similar ones that sold for $1k-$2k. I know the top hanger and tester sticker ones are more valuable. I wonder if mine was originally a top hanger and the hanger fell off or was peeled off at some point over the years. Does anyone know for sure if all REV-A's were top hangers? Thanks for any help.

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