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Nintendo Ces Display Sign: Stamped With Gold Seal of Quality

by Lambert Varias
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Here’s an awesome piece to complete your video game room:  A huge Nintendo logo display. It has historic value too, since it was displayed at a CES convention back in the 1980s. It measures 4ft. x 1.5 ft, but I’m inclined to think that it’s much larger than that, because apparently it’s so huge that the seller couldn’t take a photograph of the whole thing.

nintendo ces display sign 1

And here’s the rest of the sign:

nintendo ces display sign 2

As you can see, it’s also adorned with the biggest gold seal of quality you’ll ever see, a testament to it’s awesomeness.

nintendo ces display sign 3

You can buy or bid for the Nintendo CES sign on eBay. Bidding starts at $200 (USD), but you can lock it down for $400. Looking at this thing made me realize that Nintendo is the only one out of the big three that hasn’t changed it’s logo in a long time, which is good news for whoever gets the sign.

[via GameSniped]



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