A full 103-card set of first edition Pokémon cards sold for $107,000 at auction on Saturday, an amount of money that could have gotten you around 35,000 packs of cards back when they first hit the U.S. in the late ’90s.
The auction, sold through Goldin Auctions, started bids at $25,000 and shot up to more than four times that amount in just a dozen bidsTMZ first reported on the auction Monday.
You can peruse through the full collection on Goldin Auctions’ website, which includes an incredibly rare and valuable first edition Charizard, which you can tell comes from the first printing because of the shadowless border around the Pokémon’s portrait. Read more…
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