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I didn't notice the shipping cost, but for reference I've averaged around $8-12 each for most of mine. Under $5 is great, but I paid $20/ea for a couple of the harder ones.

 

It crazy the prices people ask on ebay to ship to Canada especially if they choose to mark Global shipping instead of international .. You may have not noticed because you are located in the US.

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I just reread my comment and should clarify. Those were prices for the catalogs. Shipping was often free or cheap.

 

I've heard stories about Global Shipping and it sounds terrible.

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Ok, it's not a Triton catalog, but let me show this little gem I have: a rare 1984 Mattel Electronics catalog in English, French and Italian.

 

Note the weird (fake) screenshot of A.D.&D. Tower of Mystery.

 

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Let me be a little proud of it :-D

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Note the weird (fake) screenshot of A.D.&D. Tower of Mystery.

 

Nice! Also, what's up with the pic of the He-Man game: Is that GI Joe shooting arrows at him? That would be a cool cross-over!

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Note the weird (fake) screenshot of A.D.&D. Tower of Mystery.

 

 

An interesting challenge would be for someone to collect up all the advertisement images across catalogs that are clearly different from the actual game.

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Ok, it's not a Triton catalog, but let me show this little gem I have: a rare 1984 Mattel Electronics catalog in English, French and Italian.

 

Note the weird (fake) screenshot of A.D.&D. Tower of Mystery.

 

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Let me be a little proud of it :-D

I just looked through mine and I don't have this one. Congrats! Very cool. Seems like you could probably use that as pretty good trade bait with me. :)

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I just looked through mine and I don't have this one. Congrats! Very cool. Seems like you could probably use that as pretty good trade bait with me. :)

I think I'm not ready to part with it after more than 30 years in my hands...

 

yes, I own it since I was a teenager :)

 

I still remember where I found it: at Regalgioca, a toy shop in Leghorn, Tuscany, Italy

Great memories..

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Something interesting from Germany.

 

A dealers price list on semi transparent paper.

 

Includes the dealers prices and the end prices.

 

Has Motocross on it, which was never released in Europe.

Has Pinball (Flipper) on it, from which I never seen a German version.

 

This are the prices when the Intellivision was introduced to Germany on August the 1. 1982.

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Motocross was in a 1981 price list too. From what I remember Motocross and Pinball were never released where I lived in Canada either. I waited for those 1983 releases to come out but couldn't find some of them. No Sea Battle on this list, and do they not play backgammon, or checkers in Germany

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(...) Has Motocross on it, which was never released in Europe. (...)

 

No doubt that the Mattel version never reached the European coasts (actually it doesn't work on PAL), but what about the Intellivision Inc. one? it seems quite logical that the NTSC/PAL issue was fixed having in mind the European market. I think I saw it listed by Telegames UK, but I couldn't swear to it

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Motocross was in a 1981 price list too. From what I remember Motocross and Pinball were never released where I lived in Canada either. I waited for those 1983 releases to come out but couldn't find some of them. No Sea Battle on this list, and do they not play backgammon, or checkers in Germany

 

 

This is the first wave of games released in Germany. I own german versions of Backgammon, Checkers and Sea Battle (this was one of my favorites back then).

 

On a 1983 price list are games like Basketball 2! ;)

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No doubt that the Mattel version never reached the European coasts (actually it doesn't work on PAL), but what about the Intellivision Inc. one? it seems quite logical that the NTSC/PAL issue was fixed having in mind the European market. I think I saw it listed by Telegames UK, but I couldn't swear to it

 

Maybe Telegames had the INTV version of Moto Cross, but I heard of them for the first time in the mid 90s.

In Germany the Intellivision market was dead by 1985. No INTV, no Dextell...only mail order from over stock by small mail order companies.

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In Germany the Intellivision market was dead by 1985. No INTV, no Dextell...only mail order from over stock by small mail order companies.

We have a different story in Italy. I purchased Thunder Castle, World Cup Soccer and the I.I. edition of Bump'n'Jump in a shop, the same I quoted in another post here. So the 2nd generation games were released in toy shops in Italy, before the Intellivision was finally killed by home computers and newer consoles.

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bump and update.

 

this is my actual situation now:

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I'm still missing the Triton "Spring '85 Catalog" and the "Trade & Play '85 - '86 Catalog"

 

Does anyone have an extra copy?

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bump and update.

 

this is my actual situation now:

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I'm still missing the Triton "Spring '85 Catalog" and the "Trade & Play '85 - '86 Catalog"

 

Does anyone have an extra copy?

Unfortunately I only have one copy of each of those. They're definitely hard to find

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Hello,
Someone has to swap a Triton - Spring 85 catalog (see photo)

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With this Italian catalog?

 

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Thaks You


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Hello,

someone who exchanges this Italian catalog with one

similar to USA or CANADESE?

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Love it ! It's a gem !

 

I have a couple of Mattel Catalogs I want to share (not the Triton's ones)

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