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This incomparable collection is aimed at all true Game Boy Classic enthusiasts. The collection consists of a vast compilation of Game Boy Classic hardware from all around the world. Only products in original packaging are included in the collection.  In addition, there are hand-picked games, publications and fan art which add some flavour to the collection.

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Game Boy™ Console
DMG-01 JPN
The Game Boy is Nintendo's first portable console with interchangeable game cartridges. The console has a directional pad, two action buttons (A, B) and a Start and Select button. The display is a monochrome LCD screen in green with no backlight. The console is powered by 4 standard AA batteries.
Game Boy™ Console
DMG-01 JPN
The Game Boy is Nintendo's first portable console with interchangeable game cartridges. The console has a directional pad, two action buttons (A, B) and a Start and Select button. The display is a monochrome LCD screen in green with no backlight. The console is powered by 4 standard AA batteries.
Game Boy™ Console (UKV)
DMG-S-GA-UKV
The Game Boy Classic (jap. ゲームボーイ, Gēmu Bōi) was first introduced to the public in Japan on 21. April 1989 and is the most sold portable console ever. Shortly after the release in Japan the Game Boy entered the US market on 31. July 1989. Gamers in Europe had to wait more than a year until the console was officially available (28. September 1990). This item depicts a beautifully preserved example of the UK "console only" version.
Game Boy™ Console (UKV)
DMG-S-GA-UKV
The Game Boy Classic (jap. ゲームボーイ, Gēmu Bōi) was first introduced to the public in Japan on 21. April 1989 and is the most sold portable console ever. Shortly after the release in Japan the Game Boy entered the US market on 31. July 1989. Gamers in Europe had to wait more than a year until the console was officially available (28. September 1990). This item depicts a beautifully preserved example of the UK "console only" version.
Game Boy™ Classic Tetris Bundle (USA)
DMG-GBTR-USA-3
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console, the Tetris game and the classic stereo headphones. For a while in the USA, the serial number of the Game Boy, together with the warranty card, was stuck on the outside of the package. The warranty card could be removed, while the serial number remained on the box. What looked not very appealing at the time is now a guarantee for collectors that the box is not a reproduction. This item represents a beautifully preserved version of this very rare US version.
Game Boy™ Classic Tetris Bundle (USA)
DMG-GBTR-USA-3
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console, the Tetris game and the classic stereo headphones. For a while in the USA, the serial number of the Game Boy, together with the warranty card, was stuck on the outside of the package. The warranty card could be removed, while the serial number remained on the box. What looked not very appealing at the time is now a guarantee for collectors that the box is not a reproduction. This item represents a beautifully preserved version of this very rare US version.
Game Boy™ Classic Tetris Bundle (UKV)
DMG-GBTR-UKV
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console, the Tetris game, the game link cable and the classic stereo headphones. This token represents a beautifully preserved version of this popular collector's item.
Game Boy™ Classic Tetris Bundle (UKV)
DMG-GBTR-UKV
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console, the Tetris game, the game link cable and the classic stereo headphones. This token represents a beautifully preserved version of this popular collector's item.
Game Boy™ Classic Tetris Bundle (NOE)
DMG-GBTR-NOE-2
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console, the Tetris game and the classic stereo headphones. This token represents a beautifully preserved German edition of this bundle.
Game Boy™ Classic Tetris Bundle (NOE)
DMG-GBTR-NOE-2
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console, the Tetris game and the classic stereo headphones. This token represents a beautifully preserved German edition of this bundle.
Game Boy™ Classic Fire Bundle (ITA)
C/DMG-S-GATR-ITA-1
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console and the game classic "Tetris". This token represents a beautifully preserved Italian "Fire Edition".
Game Boy™ Classic Fire Bundle (ITA)
C/DMG-S-GATR-ITA-1
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console and the game classic "Tetris". This token represents a beautifully preserved Italian "Fire Edition".
Game Boy™ Console - Tetris + Super Mario Land Bundle
DMG-GATR-UKV
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console and the game classic "Tetris". This token represents a rara UK version which is bundled with the game "Super Mario Land".
Game Boy™ Console - Tetris + Super Mario Land Bundle
DMG-GATR-UKV
The Game Boy Classic (DMG-01) was released in different variations. The most popular version was probably the combination of the console and the game classic "Tetris". This token represents a rara UK version which is bundled with the game "Super Mario Land".
Game Boy™ Console - Super Mario Land 1 +2, Carrying Bag Bundle
DMG-98161
The Game Boy Classic (jap. ゲームボーイ, Gēmu Bōi) was first introduced to the public in Japan on 21. April 1989 and is the most sold portable console ever. Shortly after the release in Japan the Game Boy entered the US market on 31. July 1989. Gamers in Europe had to wait more than a year until the console was officially available (28. September 1990). This token depicts an example of a rare Game Boy bundle, including Super Mario 1, Super Mario 2 and a carry case. This token depicts a very rare bundled version of the Game Boy (DMG-01), Super Mario Land 1, Super Mario Land 2 and a Carrying Bag that offers space for the Game Boy and up to 4 games. According to the website www.consolevariations.com only between 500-1000 examples of this bundle were released.
Game Boy™ Console - Super Mario Land 1 +2, Carrying Bag Bundle
DMG-98161
The Game Boy Classic (jap. ゲームボーイ, Gēmu Bōi) was first introduced to the public in Japan on 21. April 1989 and is the most sold portable console ever. Shortly after the release in Japan the Game Boy entered the US market on 31. July 1989. Gamers in Europe had to wait more than a year until the console was officially available (28. September 1990). This token depicts an example of a rare Game Boy bundle, including Super Mario 1, Super Mario 2 and a carry case. This token depicts a very rare bundled version of the Game Boy (DMG-01), Super Mario Land 1, Super Mario Land 2 and a Carrying Bag that offers space for the Game Boy and up to 4 games. According to the website www.consolevariations.com only between 500-1000 examples of this bundle were released.
Game Boy™ Console Yellow - Super Mario Land 1 +2, Carrying Bag Bundle
DMG-98093
The Game Boy Classic (jap. ゲームボーイ, Gēmu Bōi) was first introduced to the public in Japan on 21. April 1989 and is the most sold portable console ever. Shortly after the release in Japan the Game Boy entered the US market on 31. July 1989. Gamers in Europe had to wait more than a year until the console was officially available (28. September 1990). This token depicts an example of a rare Game Boy bundle, including Super Mario 1, Super Mario 2 and a carry case. This token depicts a very rare bundled version of the Game Boy (DMG-01), Super Mario Land 1, Super Mario Land 2 and a Carrying Bag that offers space for the Game Boy and up to 4 games. According to the website www.consolevariations.com only between 500-1000 examples of this bundle were released.
Game Boy™ Console Yellow - Super Mario Land 1 +2, Carrying Bag Bundle
DMG-98093
The Game Boy Classic (jap. ゲームボーイ, Gēmu Bōi) was first introduced to the public in Japan on 21. April 1989 and is the most sold portable console ever. Shortly after the release in Japan the Game Boy entered the US market on 31. July 1989. Gamers in Europe had to wait more than a year until the console was officially available (28. September 1990). This token depicts an example of a rare Game Boy bundle, including Super Mario 1, Super Mario 2 and a carry case. This token depicts a very rare bundled version of the Game Boy (DMG-01), Super Mario Land 1, Super Mario Land 2 and a Carrying Bag that offers space for the Game Boy and up to 4 games. According to the website www.consolevariations.com only between 500-1000 examples of this bundle were released.
Game Boy™ Console - Super Star Set (Zelda & Super Mario 2)
DMG-A-GA01-NOE
The Game Boy Classic (jap. ゲームボーイ, Gēmu Bōi) was first introduced to the public in Japan on 21. April 1989 and is the most sold portable console ever. Shortly after the release in Japan the Game Boy entered the US market on 31. July 1989. Gamers in Europe had to wait more than a year until the console was officially available (28. September 1990). This token depicts the very rare Game Boy Super Star bundle, which was only available in Germany. The set comes with Super Mario 2 and Zelda Link's Awakening. This token depicts a very rare bundled version of the Game Boy (DMG-01), Super Mario Land 1, Super Mario Land 2 and a Carrying Bag that offers space for the Game Boy and up to 4 games. According to the website www.consolevariations.com only between 500-1000 examples of this bundle were released.
Game Boy™ Console - Super Star Set (Zelda & Super Mario 2)
DMG-A-GA01-NOE
The Game Boy Classic (jap. ゲームボーイ, Gēmu Bōi) was first introduced to the public in Japan on 21. April 1989 and is the most sold portable console ever. Shortly after the release in Japan the Game Boy entered the US market on 31. July 1989. Gamers in Europe had to wait more than a year until the console was officially available (28. September 1990). This token depicts the very rare Game Boy Super Star bundle, which was only available in Germany. The set comes with Super Mario 2 and Zelda Link's Awakening. This token depicts a very rare bundled version of the Game Boy (DMG-01), Super Mario Land 1, Super Mario Land 2 and a Carrying Bag that offers space for the Game Boy and up to 4 games. According to the website www.consolevariations.com only between 500-1000 examples of this bundle were released.
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