How much is a complete base set of Pokemon cards worth?

How much is a complete base set of Pokemon cards worth?

The PSA 10 Column shows actual sold prices for 1st Edition cards on eBay. Unlimited Edition PSA 10 cards are generally worth about 75% less than 1st Edition cards….What are Shadowless Pokemon Cards?Card #2/1021st Ed.$425Unlimited$100PSA 10, 1st ed.$7350Card NameBlastoise70 more columns•

How much was a Pokemon booster box in 1999?

Original Story: According to recent reports, an unopened box of Pokmon cards from 1999 was recently sold for the staggering price of $66,920 USD. Auctioned off by Huggins & Scott Auctions, the box is one of the few unopened first edition limited printing English Base Set Booster Box known in existence.

What is the rarest Pokemon energy card?

Known as the Holy Grail of Pokemon, the Pikachu Illustrator card was only given out to winners at the CoroCoro Comic Illustration Contest in 1998. With only a few in circulation around the world, this card is the rarest card in existence.

How much is an original Charizard card worth?

Single Pokémon Cards Sold on eBay for Over $1000Lot TitleSold For1st Edition Shadowless Charizard 4/102 Base Holo Pokémon Card PSA 9 MINT!$1,295.951ST EDITION SHADOWLESS CHARIZARD RARE GRADED PSA 8 NM-MT POKÉMON CARD 4/102$1,295.00Pokémon 1999 Charizard Base Set Shadowless Card Graded PSA 10$1,275.0027

How much is a 1st Edition Holo machamp worth?

AOL’s story claims that a first edition holographic Machamp card — which came in early Pokemon Trading Card Game starter sets and is thus a card that many people might still have — is worth $2,500.

Are all first edition Pokemon cards shadowless?

Yes! ALL 1st edition base set Pokemon Cards also have a shadowless version. These are extremely valuable and are worth much more than the unlimited shadowless cards. This also makes them extremely rare.

How do you know if a Pokemon card is unlimited?

Unlimited Cards Are, Well, Less Limited Just like its name, 1st Edition came first, then Shadowless, then Unlimited. Unlimited cards all come with the shiny holographic features from Pokémon’s first run, but without 1st Edition stamps, thus without the inherent value of 1st Edition status.