If you were a Pokémon fiend back in the day, you might want to scourage through your parents’ basement to find your long-lost collection.
Who knows—maybe you’re sitting on a rare Charizard that could cover the rent this month!
Figuring out the set the card originated from helps you separate your cards into piles of high-value sets and lower-value sets.
Sorting your cards by rarity is a great way to filter out the less valuable cards from your collection.
If it has a drop shadow behind it, it’s not a Shadowless card. You may have a valuable card if there is no visible shadow.
Generally, Wizards of the Coast cards from 1999 and 2000 are the most valuable Pokémon cards.