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11 hours ago, DoctorEncore said:

Ghost Lion (Oval Seal)

Box: NES-LL-USA (20821)
Cart: NES-LL-USA
Manual: NES-LL-USA (T)
Ghost Lion Poster: KEM-LL-US
Ghost Lion Response Card: KEM-LL-US
Nintendo Power Advert: GP-NES-USA
Seizure Warning Insert: NES-DOC-USA
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I assume manual code is the same as box, right?

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Would you guys fill up a database on the site if I made one for you to fill? (same idea as the homebrew games DB and Retro Game Stores)

Arrr matey @Trifecta, three more I be add'n to me sealed list.....(sorry...I tried to be funny.🙃) Rollerball Rollergames Roundball  

I expect to be done by this summer if I can get some rare pieces. There's certain mail cards and posters that are once in a year items that I may just have to borrow from someone to get the proje

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On 7/7/2020 at 9:27 PM, DoctorEncore said:

Alright, put me back on the big board. Will get it opened after I move.

 

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Welp....Let me test my insert research, if I go 3/4 I'll be happy

Poster: ACL-A8-US (Total Recall)

Reg Card: ACL-NES-US-4 (It could be ACL-NES-3)

Warning: NES-RPTV-USA

Nintendo Power: PMG-USA

 

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On 8/6/2020 at 1:11 AM, austin532 said:

Arrr matey @Trifecta, three more I be add'n to me sealed list.....(sorry...I tried to be funny.🙃)

Rollerball
Rollergames
Roundball

 

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Have fun with that Rollerball.

I can't *still* don't believe that it has no manual and instead uses its poster as a manual!

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On 6/7/2020 at 12:51 AM, Divingninja said:

I assume manual code is the same as box, right?

On 6/7/2020 at 7:01 AM, DoctorEncore said:

I forgot to look, so I'll check it out today.

This is not always a given.  The Code on the box, (The cart sometimes) and the manual do NOT coincide. They pertain to different versions of boiler plate, and are revised sometimes at different times, (the box less frequently).  The versioned serial code

This serial code (with versioning) is also not 100% across the Nintendo Seal changes.  Sometimes the seal changed but the serial did not.  Although, this may have been before they decided to "version" the serial numbers.

 

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11 hours ago, Stormarov.45 said:

This is not always a given.  The Code on the box, (The cart sometimes) and the manual do NOT coincide. They pertain to different versions of boiler plate, and are revised sometimes at different times, (the box less frequently).  The versioned serial code

This serial code (with versioning) is also not 100% across the Nintendo Seal changes.  Sometimes the seal changed but the serial did not.  Although, this may have been before they decided to "version" the serial numbers.

 

Sorry should have been more specific. I meant the date code on the manual for ghost lion since it was not specified

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36 minutes ago, Trifecta said:

The list has been updated.

@Gloves Can this thread be moved to the Collecting Guides section of the forum?

I need help from the community with pictures of what we know to be 100% complete.

I don't have every game in the NES library.

It is done.

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I highly recommend this list (and the Gamespot one) be reorganized by publisher.

Patterns quickly emerge when you organize the list that way. It allows you to realize that publishers like Ocean have “Game Specific Inserts” but use them as “Publisher Generic Inserts” or how publishers like Bandai only have one insert in their first 5 games, and a Dick Tracy poster.

 

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1 hour ago, ThePhleo said:

I highly recommend this list (and the Gamespot one) be reorganized by publisher.

Patterns quickly emerge when you organize the list that way. It allows you to realize that publishers like Ocean have “Game Specific Inserts” but use them as “Publisher Generic Inserts” or how publishers like Bandai only have one insert in their first 5 games, and a Dick Tracy poster.

 

Some format other than a forum thread would be best suited for that.

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