The haul predominately features Nintendo heavyweights Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda, with a few extra gems thrown in for good measure.
His collection - comprising of rare sought-after collectibles - includes limited items that were once only available to high earning loyalty points customers from the now defunct Club Nintendo - both in the UK and Japan. There's boxed and sealed copies of retro games for a variety of Nintendo consoles from the yesteryear up to the present day, including the consoles themselves in a variant of limited colours, sizes and designs in mint condition, complete with the original packaging and manuals.
Among the vast haul there is the new and unused 32-bit table top Virtual Boy, a selection of vintage Game & Watch handhelds, the coveted Panasonic Q console collaboration between Nintendo & Panasonic and a rare NES deluxe pack which includes the R.O.B accessory to name just a few.
Other items pictured below include promotional trinkets such as the complete set of Japan only 8-bit Mario Pepsi lids, PR novelties and multi brand crossovers such as A Bathing Ape, Bape DS console and even a pair of Mario x Converse Chuck Taylor high-tops!
But my personal favourite? The copy of Super Mario Sunshine for the GameCube signed by Shigeru Miyamoto himself.
Warning! This is a picture heavy post, this will be the first of two posts showcasing the collection, I'll schedule the second for later in the week so remember to check back for a look at more awsome Nintendo rarities!
Check out part two here!
Which items are your favourite?