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What's in the box.....?

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Sadly nothing.... I work in retail and while moving some shelves in the back I saw this. I got really excited because I thought I may have found a box of NIB Pokemon blue. My store likely would have sold them as repackage for a few bucks each. No such luck but hey the box is still kinda cool. I'll store my Pokemon 3ds collection in it. And kinda cool it had sat there for 20 years or so waiting for me to find it.

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That's cool. I was going to say original pokemon blue carts too. I was going to say their not worth a lot, but sealed copies still command a high price.

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Very nice, and even nicer you're keeping it. I'm sure some deranged Nintendo cardboard fan who is also a poke-nut probably would pay up for that even with the crushing. You just don't find those shipping boxes anymore, especially without the contents. You're far more likely to accident upon a lost box loaded with sealed games than nothing.

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I agree with Tanooki. If the box was emptied and stocked on the shelf, then it was trash to be recycled. If it still had games in it, it gives it reason to be saved. Being lost behind a shelf is why this one did not meet the same fate as his emptied brothers.

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