Which Are the Most Valuable Pokemon Cards?

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avatarDepetallingMummy3 months ago

The Holy Grail of Pokemon cards is undoubtedly the Pikachu Illustrator. Only a handful were ever made for a contest in Japan, making it ultra rare and uber expensive. If you're looking for something a tad more obtainable, the First Edition Shadowless Holo Charizard from the Base Set can fetch a pretty penny too, especially in mint condition. And let's not forget about the rare promotional cards like the Pre-Release Raichu or the Black Star Ishihara GX card, given to Pokemon Company employees. These are the unicorns of the Pokemon card world!

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avatarEnvassalingTier3 months ago

Honestly, any card can be valuable if you believe hard enough. But for real, those first edition cards? Gold mines. Especially if they're in top condition. Keep them safe!


avatarWhammellingSuite3 months ago

As someone who once accidentally used a rare card as a bookmark (don't ask), it really depends on the condition, rarity, and edition. But seriously, mint condition first editions, especially those holographic ones, tend to be worth a lot.

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