Do you remember the good ol’ days when you’d stop in a toy shop with your parents and beg them for a pack of Pokémon cards to collect and trade with your friends?
In the late 90s and early 2000s, one pack cost less than $2. Today, unopened packs can be worth hundreds of dollars, and some rare single cards can go for any price between $30 to $200,000!
This card is so limited in quantity that its value is off the charts.
Wizards of the Coast only made two copies of this prototype, which has blasted its value even higher.
A rare card in such good condition is even more unique. Plus, everyone loves Charizard!
Charizard cards are generally more sought after than others, and it’s been this way since 1999.
The Pikachu Illustrator cards were a prize for winners of the 1998 Pokémon Illustrator Artist Contest held by the CoroCoro Comic magazine.
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