How Much is a Pikachu Card Worth?

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How Much is a Pikachu Card Worth?

Pikachu is one of the most recognizable Pokemon characters, and his trading card is no exception. The first edition of the Pokemon Base set was released in 1999 and featured a card design by Mitsuhiro Arita. The original design featured yellow cheeks, but the second edition of the Base set added red cheeks.

Pikachu Illustrator

A Pikachu Illustrator is one of the rare Pokemon cards, and it’s worth a lot. One copy of the card sold for $375,000 just last February. A shadowless holographic Charizard set a previous record, which went for $379,000 in December 2020.

This card was first released in 1998 and is among the rarest ones available. It features artwork drawn by Atsuko Nishida. The cards were awarded through illustration contests in the Japanese magazine CoroCoro. At the time of writing, there are an estimated 39 Pikachu Illustrator cards. Only 24 have been graded by PSA, which has increased their value. A PSA 7 near-mint Pikachu Illustrator card sold for $375,000 in 2021.

PSA has graded the Pikachu Illustrator, which makes it one of the rarest Pokemon cards ever made. Several copies have gone up for sale in recent years, with the most expensive one selling for nearly $195,000 in late 2019 and $233,000 in 2020. The card’s value has skyrocketed since its release, with the most recent sale setting a record for the highest-priced Pokemon card in the world.

Logan Paul acquired the record-setting Pikachu Illustrator card in a record-breaking trade. The card was graded PSA 9 in 2013, worth $1.9 million in 2019. The Logan Paul card, graded PSA 9 by PSA, was acquired for $4,000,000. On the other hand, the PSA 10 Pikachu Illustrator cost over $5 million.

In addition to being one of the rarest Pokemon cards in the world, Logan Paul also owns the PSA 10 Pikachu Illustrator. Furthermore, Paul owns the only PSA 10 copy of the card, which made his Pikachu Illustrator the most expensive private TCG purchase.

PSA 10 Charizard

The Japanese Base Set introduced the rarity symbol in their cards. Only 121 of these cards have been released in the world at this time. These cards are scarce and are worth thousands of dollars. PSA 10s are also extremely rare. This card is one of the rarest in the world.

The PSA 10 Charizard is a highly desirable card. Its scarcity has brought attention to the TCG and introduced a new generation of collectors. It is not easy to find one in top condition. Nevertheless, you can still find a bargain.

Despite its difficulty in grading, a PSA 10 Charizard is an excellent buy if you have an eye for it. It is a rare Pokemon card that could be worth thousands of dollars. A PSA 10 Charizard can be worth more than $750. However, you will need to know the card’s condition to assess its value. The grade will depend on the condition of its holographic area. A PSA 10 Charizard that isn’t holographic will likely be worth less than a PSA 9 card.

A PSA 10 Charizard in perfect condition is worth a few thousand dollars. It may not be the most expensive card, but it is one of the most valuable. If you’re a collector, the first edition of the Charizard will fetch you around $220,000.

PSA 10 cards were difficult to find, especially in the early 2000s. In addition, these cards had lower attacks and hit points, which made them relatively rare. That’s not much for a Stage 2 Pokemon. But if you’re a Pokemon fan, it’s worth its weight in gold.

A PSA 10 Charizard card has incredible value. One example of a PSA 10 card is Logan Paul’s BGS 10 Charizard, which he bought from Gary from Pawn Stars. Gary’s collection is one of the most valuable in the world.

The value of a PSA 10 Charizard depends on its age, condition, and rarity. Generally, the older the card is the higher its value.

Shadowless holographic Charizard

Shadowless holographic Pikachu cards are scarce and highly valued in the hobby. They are rarer than the First Edition holographic versions. These rare cards are among the most sought-after cards in the hobby. In addition to their rarity, these cards can be pretty expensive. For instance, a shadowless holographic Pikachu card from the first edition of Pokemon is valued at over $420,000.

The price of a Shadowless holographic Pikachu card depends on its condition. It is scarce to find a card in Near Mint condition. It is tough to know the value of a particular card unless a professional grading service authenticates it.

The Shadowless holographic Pikachu card has the highest value. It is rarer than the Unlimited edition but rarer than the first edition. A rare Charizard from the first edition can be worth over $2000. If you have an original Shadowless holographic Pikachu, it is more valuable.

You should consider purchasing these rare cards if you’re into collectible Pokemon cards. They are highly sought after among collectors. There are many variations, and they can be worth a lot of money. For example, the basic version of a Shadowless holographic Pikachu card is worth around $3,000. A rarer version may be worth more than double that.

Buying one of these rare cards can get you a nice sum. There are also many Shadowless holographic Pikachu cards available on eBay. One of the most popular versions is the 2001 Holographic Birthday Pikachu. Its design was popular enough to be reprinted in Celebrations. It was initially released as a part of the ‘Create Your Own Pokemon Card’ campaign. A red-cheeked Shadowless holographic Pikachu card can sell for more than $500 in Near Mint condition.

It is one of the most valuable Pokemon cards on the market today. It has become the third-most-expensive Pokemon card ever.

No. 2 Trainer Promo Pikachu

There are several ways to determine the value of a No. 2 Trainer Promo Pikachu card. These cards are considered the ultimate version of the legendary trio and are worth quite a bit of money. You can determine this by looking at the card’s expression. The value will be higher if the card has a holographic image of Mewtwo or Pikachu. Otherwise, you can look at the color loss and fading of the card due to exposure to the sun.

In March of 2021, a No.2 Trainer, Promo Pikachu card sold for more than $30,000 on eBay. The buyer was a high-end collector. The card was first issued in the World Championships and was given to the top three finalists. It’s considered to be a badge of honor. The card can fetch upwards of $70,000 if it’s in mint condition.

Another rare card is the 20th Anniversary 24-Karat-Gold Pikachu. This rare card was made in limited quantities and is a lottery prize. It costs 216,000 yen, which is roughly $2,081/PS1,700. The 10th most expensive Pokemon card is the Master’s Key. It’s scarce, but it usually only comes as part of a deck. This card was given away at the 2010 Pokemon World Championships in Hawai. There are only 36 copies in total.

As a matter of interest, these cards are scarce and extremely valuable. These cards were only printed in a small batch, and only twenty to forty copies were printed. In addition, they have gone on to fetch millions of dollars in auctions. While this may seem like an exaggeration to casual Pokemon fans, it’s the case that there are some rare Pokémon cards worth a lot of money.