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    Wario Land Bath Toy Game

    "Every thing is in nice shape with minor play wear. "

    Super Mario Straw Cup

    Vintage straw cup with cap and lid, depicting Nintendo's Super Mario with Mushroom. Show some sings of wear as expected from use and age (1993).   Made by Whirley. This is a 100% official licensed Nintendo product.

    Princess Toadstool Wrist Watch

    The Nelsonic video game wrist watches were a widely popular merchandise product licensed by Nintendo. These watches came out by the time Super Mario Bros. 3 was released and were a perfect markekting move from Nintendo to get kids play games on the go. This is what it says on the backside of the box: “Princess Toadstool is trying to get to her castle. The dreaded Koopa Troopas advance down the path and try to block her. With your help and the help of her Mushroom friends, Princess Toadstool will find her way to safety!”

    1992 Super Mario Clock


    Works perfectly and in Very Good Condition."

    Super Mario Bros. Pinball Machine

    Tested, Working. The spring does not shoot the ball anymore i think its worn out but the mechanism still works. I did not see the score board move either when testing but one is moved by hand. Please see video of this actual item in action for all details."

    Mario Kart 64 Figure (Bowser)

    "Nintendo 1999 Toy Biz Mario Kart 64 Bowser figure. Please look over the photos as they are part of the description. This is such a fun toy! Bowser rides in his Kart which is a pull back racer which works just fine! He has one of the Shells that goes with the set. He is a posable figure. These toys were made in 1999. This toy was played with and will show some light wear. LOTS more fun than a mint figure in a package!"

    Super Mario Bros. Action Figure

    "Figure has some light wear and a few spots, should clean up pretty well. One of the more rare figures from this line."

    Super Mario 64 Pocket Film Camera

    If you’re a real retrogeek, you still don’t abandon the good old film camera. Nintendo has a long history with analog cameras, and the Super Mario 64 Pocket Film Camera is definitely one of the last they ever made. Get one now for your next trip to japan!


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