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If you love Atari...

06/21/2007 8:45 AM

...and have a spare $150,000 - $250,000 lying around this Sotheby's auction is right up your alley.

Sotheby's is branching out a bit and validating gaming history with their upcoming auction of vintage video game paraphernalia beginning at 10am this Thursday, 21 June 2007 in New York. The collection, an extensive archive from 1981-1983, consists of 2000 pieces of original Atari marketing materials including early design and graphic work, original sketches, proofs, instruction manuals, screen diagrams and some mechanicals. Some of the classic titles represented include Pac Man (original art work pictured right), Dig Dug, Bezerk, Asteroids, Pong and Mario Bros.

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Re: If you love Atari...

06/21/2007 10:55 PM

No spare 150 k but it is cool !

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Re: If you love Atari...

06/22/2007 7:35 AM

I still have my Atari game console with Missile Command and Asteriods.

Anybody looking for a system in excellent shape and still working, let me know.

ATARI RULES!!!!

I know..... I have no life.

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