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Charizard first edition

Discussion in 'Pokémon TCG Discussion' started by NovaTheMighty, May 23, 2017.

  1. NovaTheMighty

    NovaTheMighty New Member

    Last edited: May 23, 2017
  2. Lord Starfish

    Lord Starfish Fond of owls

    I'm not an expert on this, but from what I understand, in order for old Pokémon cards to be really valuable to collectors, they should preferrably be a first print run, and they need to be in practically perfect condition. Most serious collectors only want cards that have been PSA-graded with a score of 8 or higher, which... https://www.psacard.com/resources/gradingstandards/#cards ...basically means that one would need to look at them with a magnifying glass to find any imperfections at all. Unfortunately, that Charizard is clearly damaged and doesn't have the 1st edition mark on it, so... I'm afraid it probably isn't worth all that much.
     

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