10 Most Expensive First Edition Pokémon Cards Ever Sold

Pikachu Illustrator Card - $5.275 million-The rarest Pokémon card, awarded to winners of a 1998 illustration contest in Japan.

1999 First Edition Shadowless Holographic Charizard - $420,000-Highly sought after, especially in PSA 10 condition.

1999 Super Secret Battle No. 1 Trainer Card - $90,000-Awarded to finalists of a secret tournament in Japan.

1998 Tamamushi University Magikarp Trophy Card - $66,100-Given to participants of a special event in Japan.

2006 Pokémon World Championships No. 2 Trainer Card - $110,100-Awarded to second-place finishers at the 2006 World Championships.

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1999 First Edition Holographic Blastoise - $45,100-Valuable due to its popularity and iconic status.

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1999 First Edition Holographic Venusaur - $55,000-Highly prized as one of the original starter Pokémon.

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1999 Pokémon Japanese Promo Tropical Mega Battle - $65,100-Given to participants of the 1999 Tropical Mega Battle in Hawaii.

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1998 First Edition Holographic Shadowless Mewtwo - $40,000-Very valuable due to Mewtwo's popularity.

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2000 Neo Genesis 1st Edition Holographic Lugia - $129,000-Highly sought after, especially in mint condition.

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