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This seller didnt even ship to the US, but overall Im still curious what you guys think.

Is this too damaged to count towards 125, or since you can still identify it, is it good to go?

eBay Auction -- Item Number: 2732159790461?ff3=2&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&item=273215979046&mpt=[CACHEBUSTER]

the link doesn't work. Or at least I'm not able to open it
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Wasn't "Gold" having all 125 games at least as cartridges? And "Platinum" was boxed - with original boxes? So this could be "Platinum" with extra scruffy box. Tarnished platinum? There isn't a minimum quality-of-box/manual/overlays requirement, is there?

 

Locating a repro box to improve display quality is up to the owner's discretion. Heck, it might even be tough to lay hands on those repro boxes, too!

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Wasn't "Gold" having all 125 games at least as cartridges? And "Platinum" was boxed - with original boxes? So this could be "Platinum" with extra scruffy box. Tarnished platinum? There isn't a minimum quality-of-box/manual/overlays requirement, is there?

 

Locating a repro box to improve display quality is up to the owner's discretion. Heck, it might even be tough to lay hands on those repro boxes, too!

 

 

Exactly!

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Wasn't "Gold" having all 125 games at least as cartridges? And "Platinum" was boxed - with original boxes? So this could be "Platinum" with extra scruffy box. Tarnished platinum? There isn't a minimum quality-of-box/manual/overlays requirement, is there?

 

Locating a repro box to improve display quality is up to the owner's discretion. Heck, it might even be tough to lay hands on those repro boxes, too!

 

 

995 karat Platinum?

 

(Unlike gold which tops at 24k in US-rating, Platinum's karat rating is "percent times 10" everywhere, so 995 karat is 99.5% Platinum, 0.5% other alloyed metal. Also, the use of "karat" to refer to non-gold metals is inconsistent, some would just use "995 platinum.")

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