For every piece of Nintendo history that’s readily available, there’s another that’s lost to time. Be that random game releases through digital means or merch collaborations, you don’t have to look hard to hear about a part of Nintendo’s legacy that has been lost to time. While so much has already been forgotten, one preservationist is doing their best to save some of these random releases.

Keshi Corner has set out to preserve a rare line of Bandai Super Mario Bros. toys that originally released in Japan back in 1986. This line of rubber toys is 21 characters strong, and there’s no doubt most people who had these back in the day have long since lost them, or they were destroyed from heavy play. Thankfully, this entire line has now been preserved online for all to see.

While you might not be able to pick up and enjoy this line in person, you can now sift through the entire line via 3D scans that were taken. While it’s a very small part of Nintendo’s history, it’s nice to know this random toy line will never be forgotten. You can enjoy the 3D scan gallery of these Bandai toys through this link.

Thanks to Mr Talida for the heads up!

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