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Published Jun 11, 2021

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At this time last year, a PSA 10 1st Edition Base Charizard was struggling to fetch more than $60,000.00. Today they’re over $300,000.00. If you noticed the ‘Zard on Logan Paul’s chain Sunday night and are wondering why it’s so much more expensive, you’ll find the answers here. In this article, we will review the last year for 1st Edition Base English Pokémon cards, aka the English Grails, along with some interesting factoids not often mentioned.

First off, what a power move by Logan Paul to announce himself as the owner of the third Beckett 10 1st Edition Base Charizard on a PPV. The other two BGS 10 ‘Zards are owned by Gary Haase. What’s wild is, the PSA 10 Charizard Logan purchased from that same Gary back in 2020, is the BGS 10 he currently owns. So Beckett cross-graded the card and here we are, looking at a card that went from being worth $300,000.00 to well over $750,000.00 today.

For Reference, PSA has over 120 10 Grades in their registry. Beckett has 3. If you are asking why this is, it's simple, Beckett has a tougher threshold to score a 10 than PSA. Beckett also has a 9.5 grade, whereas PSA does not. Grading is subjective, and you should check out the Ultimate Pokémon Guide to get a better grasp.

Now let's take a deep dive into the Base 1st Edition Holograms and a couple of Non-Holograms. The price range over the last 365+ days is staggering, and a lot of cards are currently going much lower than anyone would have anticipated. With that said, the market correction from October/November 2020 to now is gigantic for a good amount of the cards being mentioned today.

1. Alakazam

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Alakazam has consistently held a top-five spot in the most valuable 1st Edition cards. Topping out at over $20,000 for a PSA 10 and almost $10,000 in PSA 9 is impressive. With the price drop and a PSA population of 88 10’s, 418 PSA 9’s & 261 PSA 8’s, it's definitely the time to monitor any available Zam’s.

2. Blastoise

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Blastoise is and will always be the runner-up to Charizard. As the second most valuable 1st Edition Pokémon, you can see just how pricey ‘Stoise became at the height of the market.

A $49K drop since is its peak hurts, but even so, a PSA 10 Blastoise is nearly 4X its value from a year ago. The PSA population for ‘Stoise is 100 PSA 10’s, 561 PSA 9’s & 412 PSA 8’s. This was always a popular card and is the best evolution card for battling in the game. I would know, at age 10 I had the full water deck and beat grown men with it.

3. Chansey

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The hardest 1st Edition Pokémon card to grade in PSA 10, Chansey has held strong. Even the PSA 9 is worth nearly double what it was selling for a year ago. Chansey is probably the most underrated hologram in the set moving forward since there are only 48 PSA 10’s, 384 PSA 9’s & 349 PSA 8’s.

4. Charizard

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All hail the king of Pokémon Cards. Charizard will always reign supreme regardless of population, due to the sheer demand this card commands as a collectible. The list of celebrities who obtained one in the last year is staggering. From Steve Aoki to Logic, Logan Paul, Gary Vee & Jeremy Padawer, the list goes on.

Charizard currently has a PSA 10 pop of 122, PSA 9 pop of 676, and PSA 8 pop of 556. Even with these numbers, this card will simply rise over time. The card is 22 years old, and even with the market correction, it’s such a safe bet for long-term profits. You could buy a PSA 9 Charizard in 2019 and early 2020 for under $7000. Think about that for a minute. That’s nearly 5x in 16 months. However, the losses from its peak do sting for those that bought high and held on.

5. Clefairy

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Another one of the hardest 1st Edition Pokémon cards to grade, Clefairy, has a PSA 10 population of just 65, PSA 9: 392, PSA 8: 300. Remember, these are the English rookie cards for Pokémon. Although Clefairy might put Pokémon and people to sleep, that doesn’t mean you should sleep on the current prices.

6. Gyarados

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Gyarados has seen one of the larger dips of the PSA 9 & 8 graded holograms in this set. That shouldn’t deter you from investing in this water dragon. Gyarados is one of the baddest artworks and will carry a premium long-term, given the population of 86 PSA 10’s, 392 PSA 9’s & 292 PSA 8’s. Check out where Gyarados ends up on the Most Powerful Pokémon list.

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7. Hitmonchan

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Another one of the toughest cards to grade in PSA 10, this card packs a serious punch. Hitmonchan has a PSA 10 population of 56, PSA 9 of 319 and PSA 8 of 287. Unfortunately, this is a very hard card to grade, from center to the edges; it’s difficult to find pristine copies. On top of that, there are only seven confirmed PSA 10 sales since the beginning of 2020.

8. Magneton

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Magneton is another card that is way down since its peak. The height of the market in October 2020 showed just how far people were willing to go to get in on the 1st Edition holograms. The fearlessness to pay record money was surreal. That said, with prices down, this is a great time to pick up Magneton. The population is low, with only 64 PSA 10’s, 407 PSA 9’s & 297 PSA 8’s.

9. Mewtwo

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The ultimate Pokémon villain, Mewtwo has mostly held strong over the last year. In previous years, it was tough to find a clean Mewtwo for sale.

In April of 2019, you could buy a PSA 9 Mewtwo for around $500. In April of 2020, they were over $1,000. A little over a year later, they’re now selling for over $3,000, and that’s in a down market. Mewtwo has a PSA 10 population of 81, PSA 9: 430 & PSA 8: 286.

10. Nidoking

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Nidoking was previously the 14th most valuable hologram in the set out of 16, but he has moved up the charts a bit of late for his PSA 9's and 8’s. Of all the cards on this list, Nidoking is probably the most volatile. The demand lacked in the past, but with a PSA 10 pop of just 90, PSA 9 of 458, and PSA of 293, you might want to get in while prices are down.

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11. Ninetales

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Ninetales is currently underrated. The hologram is fierce, yet elegant and the high-grade populations are low, with just 67 PSA 10’s, 381 PSA 9’s, and 273 PSA 8’s. This, like every other card mentioned in this article, has immense potential moving forward.

12. Poliwrath

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The record PSA 10 sale for Poliwrath stings today. The height of the Poké market in the Fall of 2020 caused some wild sales. With Charizard soaring, it made some sense to buy high on other cards. That all changed fast with ‘Zard being so far ahead of the pack. Poliwrath might be a buy at the current prices, but this isn't a quick flip unless you believe the whole market is going to rebound fast.

13. Raichu

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Raichu, the evolution of Pikachu, is certainly underrated. Even with 87 PSA 10’s, Raichu should be a top-eight card in this set. Definitely look at the auctions and listings when the market heats up again. Raichu will be a fast riser.

14. Venusaur

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For the longest time, Venusaur was the third most valuable card in the set. That torch has been passed to Chansey, which makes sense since Venusaur has a PSA 10 population of 137 (Chansey's PSA 10 pop is 48). That said, Venusaur is one of the "Big Three" along with Charizard & Blastoise. Even with a PSA 9 population of 536 and a PSA 8 population of 342, this card has held strong and should continue to do so due to demand and rarity.

15. Zapdos

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The only legendary bird in the Base Set, Zapdos has tailed off of late. With a population of (126) PSA 10’s, (468) 9’s, and (283) 8’s, there’s an opportunity to buy this card while it’s languishing. Monitor the auctions for any potential deals before prices rebound.

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16. Pikachu Red Cheeks

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17. Pikachu Yellow Cheeks

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When thinking about Pokémon over the last 365 days, there's a lot of Charizard and Pikachu that come to mind. The escalation in demand for Pikachu was astronomical, with records being shattered into November. Prices are still 2-3X across the board for both Yellow & Red Cheeks, and that’s in a down market. This card is likely to hold its value, due to its popularity and being the ambassador of the brand.

When monitoring the 1st Edition set, it’s always good to check the sealed pack and box sales to determine how strong the set is as a whole. Boxes are over $400,000, and 1st Edition packs that are encased in a blister fetch around $9,000, depending on the artwork. If they were from an unopened case, the price might double. Why? Because there’s no tampering of any kind, and they are considered as pristine as it gets.

This is the English grail Pokémon set. Even the loose or beat-up variations of these cards hold some value. A raw 1st Edition Charizard that is in rough shape is typically still worth over $500. Why? Because it's the most sought-after English card in any set.

Make sure to monitor eBay auctions, set timers so you don’t forget, and try to get in on these deals before the market rebounds!

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FAQs

How many 1st Edition base set Charizards are there? ›

The first edition set was released in limited quantity with 102 cards total, 16 of them being the rarer, coveted holographic cards. The holographic Charizard card became the most popular for a variety of cultural reasons at the time.

Will 1st Edition Pokémon cards go up in value? ›

Supply is dwindling and demand is rising. Economics 101 tells us that when demand for an asset outstrips supply, prices rise. Nobody's making new 1st Edition Pokémon cards and demand is rising at the moment, so it's reasonable to suggest prices will rise in the short term as well. They're easy to buy and sell.

How many 1st edition PSA 10 Charizards are there? ›

And lastly, there's only 201 PSA 10's in existence. All of these factors combined make the 1st Edition Neo Destiny Shining Charizard a hugely sought-after piece for high-end collectors.

Are base set Pokémon cards worth anything? ›

Most common and uncommon cards are worth less than $1, and even rare cards are usually worth less than $5. However, holographic rare Pokémon cards often go for $15 and up—especially for older cards that have been sitting in your self storage unit for years.

How much do 1st Edition Pokémon cards sell for? ›

According to its current valuations, first-edition cards in perfect condition are valued at a minimum of $40. Those aren't rarer, holographic cards either. A first-edition holo in mint condition can rake in between $1,000 and $24,000.

How much money is a OG Charizard? ›

The majority of cards from Base Set 4 have a value of around $355 while those from the original set tend to go for around $223. However, the version of the card with the exact same art from the Legendary Collection tends to pull in a significantly larger sum, making it extra special for collectors who have one.

Is my Charizard worth money? ›

The standard Legendary Collection Charizard is worth around $450 retail for a Near Mint copy, while the reverse holo version can fetch upwards of $1000.

Is Shiny Charizard rare? ›

It's the Secret Rare Shiny Charizard. This card is classified as Secret Rare, which means that it features a number greater than the collective number of the set. It is the final Secret Rare of Champion's Path and is numbered 079/073.

Should I invest in Pokémon cards? ›

Most Pokémon cards aren't very valuable and don't make for great investments.

Will Pokémon cards go up in value in 10 years? ›

True collectibles are guaranteed to increase in value

Pokémon cards are collectibles, and many sets went out of print years ago. The inherently limited supply of each card type means that as time goes on and cards become more difficult to obtain, the value will steadily increase.

How do you tell if a Pokemon card is rare? ›

The black symbol in the bottom corner of a Pokemon card denotes its rarity: a circle is common, a diamond is uncommon, and a star is rare. Traditionally the star is black, but a card with a star of an alternate color such as white or gold means it's ultra rare.

How much did Logan Paul pay for Charizard? ›

Logan Paul breaks down risky move for Pokemon Charizard card that paid off $1 million. Getting that revered gem-mint grade from any card authenticating and grading company is definitely a dream come true for any card collector.

What's the rarest Pokemon card? ›

1998 Pikachu Illustrator Card

There's no better place to start than what many consider to be the rarest Pokemon card in existence, the Pikachu Illustrator card. This is the perfect example of a card with extremely limited supply and few graded copies in existence.

How much is a perfect 10 Charizard? ›

According to reports, a BGS 10 Charizard card is currently worth a whopping $250,000.

How can you tell a fake Pokémon base set card? ›

Real Pokémon cards are made of two thin pieces of cardboard glued together, with a black layer in between. By ripping the card, you can reveal this layer—if there is no layer, the card is fake.

How do I know if my base set cards are real? ›

A real card will have clean, crisp printing on the font. Fakes will have lower quality print, which is most visible when looking at the tiny text. Also compare the colours on the cards. Make sure that the color saturation is the same.

Can I sell Pokémon cards at Gamestop? ›

Can you sell Pokémon cards at Gamestop? No, Gamestop does not buy Pokemon cards.

Should I sell all my Pokémon cards? ›

Most cards aren't worth much, and never will be. In Pokemon especially, old cards have been power-crept out of the game, so they're only valuable as collectors items.

Are Pokémon cards from 1995 worth anything? ›

Pokemon Topsun 1995 — First Edition Charizard

This precious card is the original, first ever Charizard to be printed in existence, and it is worth up to $10,000 due to its rarity.

Are Gold Pokemon cards real? ›

Only 3 of these Pokemon cards are believed to exist, making it really rare. Sold for over $150,000 on eBay in October 2020. Only 3 of these Pokemon cards available, making it rare and desirable.

Who owns 1st edition Charizard? ›

Gary “King Pokemon”, famous for his appearance on the hit show Pawn Stars is the owner of two BGS 10 1st Edition Base Set Charizards and has been searching for the third over the past year.

What is the most rare Charizard? ›

A PSA 10-mint condition version of the 1999 holographic First Edition Base Set Charizard is the actual Holy Grail of Charizard cards and Pokemon cards in general. There is no rarity symbol for "extremely rare," but in terms of tangible cards, this takes the cake.

How much is a holographic Charizard? ›

The first edition set was released in limited quantity with 102 cards total, 16 of them being the rarer, coveted holographic cards. The holographic Charizard card became the most popular for a variety of cultural reasons at the time.
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How do you tell if a Pokémon card is first edition? ›

Identifying first editions of Pokémon Base Set cards

On Trainer cards, it is in the bottom left corner. The symbol is the number “1” on a solid black circle with the word “EDITION” in all capital letters arching around the top of the circle.

Is a black Charizard rare? ›

A black Charizard is a rare, valuable shiny Pokémon that would make a great addition to your Pokémon collection. To get one of your own, follow these steps.

How rare is shiny Pikachu? ›

0.2% 1.6%

What Pokémon cards should I save? ›

Best Pokémon TCG cards
  • Shaymin EX (Full Art)
  • Surfing Pikachu.
  • Charizard GX (Rainbow Rare/Full Art)
  • Lysandre's Trump Card.
  • Pikachu (Full Art/Radiant Collection)
  • Tapu Lele GX (Full Art)
  • Mewtwo and Mew (Tag Team GX/Full Art)
  • N.
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What Pokémon cards should I buy in 2022? ›

Investing In Pokemon Cards In 2022
  • Pokemon Celebrations Elite Trainer Box.
  • Pokemon Trick or Trade Collection.
  • Pokemon Go Eevee Box.
  • Pokemon Go Pin Collection.
  • Ditto Peeled.
  • Ditto Un-peeled.
  • Radiant Eevee.
  • Special Delivery Charizard.
29 Sept 2022

Are Pokemon card prices dropping? ›

In turn, the prices of most Pokemon cards have dropped not quite back to where they were pre-pandemic, but enough where the incentive to send any card you have–even if that card was a Base Set Weedle with whitening on all four of the back borders–off to a grading company to try and increase the value for sale is no ...

Is selling Pokémon cards profitable? ›

Pokemon cards are fun to collect, but you can also make some money selling your cards. Try looking for stores in your area that specialize in trading card games, which are likely to be interested in buying your cards. You could also look online for trading card shows that you can go to and sell your cards in person.

What are the 3 rarest Pokemon cards? ›

Here are some of the rarest and most expensive Pokémon cards, according to Dicebreaker:
  1. Pikachu Illustrator. ...
  2. 1999 First Edition Shadowless Holographic Charizard #4. ...
  3. Pokémon Blastoise #009/165R Commissioned Presentation Galaxy Star Hologram. ...
  4. Black Star Ishihara Signed GX Promo Card.
5 Sept 2022

What is a secret rare Pokemon card? ›

A secret card is a card whose collection number is greater than the listed number of cards in the set, for example, numbered 101/100. Secret cards are generally rarer than the other cards in the set, and typically are holofoil cards as well.

What Pokémon card is $1000000? ›

The highlight of this collection is a rare card that was only sold in Japan and only one of four in existence: a Pokémon Illustrator card valued at more than $1 million. This isn't a fleeting passion of Martinez's as he's been an avid Pokémon card collector since he was six-years-old.

How much did Jake Paul pay for a Pokémon card? ›

His journey started in sunny Italy at Lake Como in June 2021. There, Paul purchased a PSA Grade 9 Pikachu Illustrator card from Matt Allen. Allen is a prominent sports card collector, ranging from NFL, F1, NBA cards and more, but also dabbles in gaming cards. The transaction cost Paul $1,275,000.

How rare is Logan Paul card? ›

The card in question, a rare Pikachu Illustrator card from 1998, was purchased by Paul for a staggering $5,275,000, breaking the Guinness record for the “most expensive Pokemon trading card sold at a private sale.” Congratulations to @LoganPaul on achieving his first Guinness World Records title!

Are Japanese Pokémon cards worth more? ›

Japanese Pokemon prices are better than English

Usually, Japanese product is cheaper. It isn't out of the ordinary to see Japanese booster boxes at around $50 for newer sets. For individual cards, you will almost always be better off buying the Japanese versions.

Where are rare Pokémon found? ›

Look for, or research, Pokémon nests in your local area.

Pokémon nests are clusters of Pokémon, from common to rare spawns, which repeatedly appear in the same location. Sometimes, however, they can only appear once, so make sure you catch as many Pokémon as possible if you find one.

How much is a rare Charizard worth? ›

A 1999 Pokémon Charizard card drew attention for its rarity and perfect PSA GEM-MT 10 grading.

How can you tell if a Charizard is first edition? ›

1st Edition cards will be marked with the same stamp seen on the First Edition Pokémon cards, but in this case, they will be near the bottom left corner of the card. If there is no stamp there, you'll have to check the copyright dates.

What are Edition 1 Pokémon cards? ›

The first print run of a set would have a special “Edition 1” logo on the left side of the card, just below the card art. An enlarged example of this logo is shown here. The 1st edition print run would typically be very limited, and once sold out, would no longer be available for sale.

What are the top 5 rarest Pokémon cards? ›

Now, here are the rarest Pokemon cards.
  • TOP 5. 1998 Kangaskhan. Family Event Trophy Holographic Card.
  • TOP 4. 2017 Tsunekazu Ishihara. GX Black Star Promo Card.
  • TOP 2. 1999 First Edition Charizard. Shadowless Holographic Card.
17 May 2022

What are the 3 rarest Pokémon cards? ›

Here are some of the rarest and most expensive Pokémon cards, according to Dicebreaker:
  1. Pikachu Illustrator. ...
  2. 1999 First Edition Shadowless Holographic Charizard #4. ...
  3. Pokémon Blastoise #009/165R Commissioned Presentation Galaxy Star Hologram. ...
  4. Black Star Ishihara Signed GX Promo Card.
5 Sept 2022

What are the 15 rarest Pokémon cards? ›

Top 15 Rarest and Most Expensive Pokemon Cards Of All Time
  • #14 Pokemon Full Art EX Cards. ...
  • #13 Pokemon Gold Star Cards. ...
  • #12 Pokémon Shining Cards. ...
  • #11 Southern Islands Card Set. ...
  • #10 Shining Charizard. ...
  • #9 Tropical Mega Battle Cards. ...
  • #8 Charizard First Edition. ...
  • #7 Master's Key.
4 Oct 2019

Why did Pokémon stop 1st edition? ›

1st Edition runs were produced for every set (except Base Set 2) up to and including Neo Destiny. A factor that likely led to Wizards scrapping the idea of 1st Edition cards was down to the pressure they faced to release sets on dates they had specified, which became particularly apparent during the Neo-era.

How much is a Charizard worth? ›

A copy sold in 2022 on eBay for over $6,000 and others have sold in the high $5000 range. Even those that lack cards in mint condition still can pull in a lot with this card. As Skyridge was the last set of the game produced by Wizards of the Coast, it makes this card as special as it is rare.

What is the oldest Pokémon card? ›

The first Pokemon card ever made was a Charizard card. It was first released on October 20, 1996.

Are my 1999 Pokémon cards worth anything? ›

A 1999 first edition shadowless charmeleon can be worth up to $500, while a Nidorino shadowless first edition base set card in mint condition could fetch you up to $160.

What Pokémon cards should I buy 2022? ›

Best Pokemon Cards Released In 2022 (So Far)
  • 10/10 Aerodactyl V (Alternate Full Art, Lost Origin Elite Trainer Box, $90)
  • 9/10 Pikachu V (Lost Origin, $40)
  • 8/10 Charizard VSTAR (Brilliant Stars, $30)
  • 7/10 Eternatus VMAX (Lost Origin, $20)
  • 6/10 Mewtwo VSTAR (Pokemon GO, $30)
6 Oct 2022

How did Logan Paul get Charizard? ›

But even with all of the risks involved, Paul went ahead and cracked the PSA slab open to get his first edition Charizard card from it. Right after, he went on to submit it to BGS, where it obtained a gem-mint grade of 10.

Are Gold Pokémon cards real? ›

Only 3 of these Pokemon cards are believed to exist, making it really rare. Sold for over $150,000 on eBay in October 2020. Only 3 of these Pokemon cards available, making it rare and desirable.

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