Weekly video game and trading card auctions kick off at Heritage Auctions

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Weekly video game and trading card auctions kick off at Heritage Auctions
Chrono Cross - Wata 9.0 A Sealed [Sony Security Label], PS1 Squaresoft 2000 USA.



DALLAS, TX.- Heritage Auctions has launched weekly online auction for Video Games and Trading Card Games, with the first auction closing Tuesday, March 9.

“We couldn't be more excited to premier this new weekly auction venue at Heritage!” said Valarie McLeckie, video game consignment director at Heritage Auctions. “Each Tuesday we will offer an excellent variety of video games that run the gamut from the earliest Atari games to more modern-day rarities.”

The Video Games and Trading Card Games Weekly Online Auction closes Tuesday, March 9, on HA.com. Bidding on Heritage Live ends at 8 p.m. Central every Tuesday. Collectors will find some rare pieces in this first auction, including but not limited to:

VIDEO GAMES

• Super Mario World (Player's Choice) - Wata 9.6 A++ Sealed, SNES Nintendo 1998 USA

• Chrono Cross - Wata 9.0 A Sealed [Sony Security Label], PS1 Squaresoft 2000 USA

• The Legend of Zelda (Classic Series) - Wata 9.4 A+ Sealed, NES Nintendo 1987 USA

TRADING CARDS

• Pokémon Unlimited Edition Base Set Sealed Booster Box (Wizards of the Coast, 1999)

• Pokémon Blastoise #2 Shadowless Base Set Rare Hologram Trading Card (Wizards of the Coast, 1999) CGC Ex/NM+ 6.5

More lots will appear on the website as the auctions open for bidding and the auction. Check sales regularly and often via the video game portal at HA.com/VideoGames.










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