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#11
Re: 1995 Nintendo Merchandising: Retail Display Program Brochure
Posted on: 2018/3/15 8:33
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2015/3/28
USA
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Long Time User (5 Years)
Quote:

mips5000 wrote:
Wow, do you have any idea how much one of those display cases went for back then? I don't, I'd like to know... especially the "environment" one lol.


Good question... The "environment" is comprised of a bunch of various display items. From what I can see on it, I can say this "environment" display would have cost a retail store THOUSANDS of dollars.

Below, are the display order forms that were used by store managers to order these displays for their locations. If you're curious to know just how much something from this Brochure is worth, just look up the model number of the item you're looking for in the order form.

(the order forms look much clearer if you click on them)

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#12
Re: 1995 Nintendo Merchandising: Retail Display Program Brochure
Posted on: 2018/5/6 4:18
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/11/13
USA
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Thank you for the scans!
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#13
Re: 1995 Nintendo Merchandising: Retail Display Program Brochure
Posted on: 2018/5/20 7:23
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2015/3/28
USA
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Here's a comparison of the VB pre-production Counter Card vs. the actual Counter Card that was made available for retail stores.

Just thought to toss it in here.

(might be a little blurry, sorry for that 😝)

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#14
Re: 1995 Nintendo Merchandising: Retail Display Program Brochure
Posted on: 2018/5/20 14:47
PVB Elite
Joined 2011/4/27
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Dude... Even the kid's hairdo was altered, of all things.
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#15
Re: 1995 Nintendo Merchandising: Retail Display Program Brochure
Posted on: 2018/5/20 15:01
PVB Elite
Joined 2012/7/9
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“No, this just doesn’t look good enough because his hair is way to unkept and that couldn’t possibly represent us; change it.”
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#16
Re: 1995 Nintendo Merchandising: Retail Display Program Brochure
Posted on: 2018/5/20 17:33
PVB Elite
Joined 2013/6/17
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It does just look a little too messy in the proto, whereas the final the hair is the perfect amount of on purpose 90's messy.
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#17
Re: 1995 Nintendo Merchandising: Retail Display Program Brochure
Posted on: 2018/5/21 2:41
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2015/3/28
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They even altered his forehead wrinkles, they're less crinkled in the final version XD
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