Attic Capital Weekly Update – Memorabilia & Collectibles


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Super Mario Bros. Nintendo game smashing records

It’s impossible to ignore what’s happening to video game sales recently. This week a 1995 copy of Super Mario sold at Heritage Auctions for $660,000.

The game was graded with a Near Mint 9.4 and seal rating of A++.

The record breaking game was purchased in 1985 as a gift, tucked in a desk drawer for 36 years, then discovered.

It would be wise to check your parent’s attic on your next visit…


Amazing Lego Sets worth Thousands of Dollars

How much is the original, first edition, Millennium Falcon Lego set worth? As of now, re-sale prices are going anywhere from $4,500 to $7,000 for an excellent condition set, still in the box.

It’s one of the most valuable Lego sets ever produced. Originally, the 1,300 piece set retailed for about $450 in 2007.

Take a look at some recently completed sales from eBay.


Heading to auction is a 1958 Willie Mays game-worn San Francisco Giants jersey.

The jersey was worn during the first season after relocating the New York Giants to the San Francisco bay area. Mays would fight for the National League batting title down to the last game of the season, where he would end up finishing second behind Richie Ashburn, who hit .347.

The jersey is offered by Heritage Auctions, the current bid is sitting at $23,000.