Check your attics, folks. Your old possessions might just hold some insane value!
A sealed, mint condition copy of Super Mario 64 was sold for more than $1.5m at an auction.
The game cartridge, from 1996, was in high demand at US auction house Heritage Auctions for its “historical significance, rarity and condition” since there are “fewer than five copies” in such good condition.
The cartridge sold had received a 9.8 A++ rating, which means it is “like new”, in near-perfect condition and with an intact seal.
Man, I'd be lucky to get a thousand bucks off a DJ Laz vinyl!