Complete 1st Ed. Base Set

Discussion in 'Collecting and Card Price Discussion' started by Salazar, Sep 10, 2007.

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  1. Salazar

    Salazar New Member

    Hi. Does anyone know how much a complete 1st edition base set would sell for nowadays on ebay?
  2. millionkp

    millionkp New Member

    it sells to about 1000 dollars
  3. Salazar

    Salazar New Member

    A thousand? It actually sells for that much at times?
  4. Pkmnrulz240

    Pkmnrulz240 New Member

    No. :|

    Not sure what he's talking about, but iirc, it's more in the 300 range.
  5. Salazar

    Salazar New Member

    I just today got the complete set, and decided to sell it off seperately. What does a Charizard 1st ed. go for on ebay usually?

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    And since I can't technically advertise, and I know you are all interested in Pokemon Cards, just pm me and I can hook you up with a link to the item. I just got a ton of rare cards today, most from the older series, so if you are looking for one, chances are I have it.
    Last edited: Sep 22, 2007
  6. fieryseraph

    fieryseraph New Member

    A co-worker gave me a full base set when he heard my son is into it becuase his son no longer is. I did some searching on ebay for 'completed auctions', and I was seeing that they have recently gone anywhere from $40-$150ish. Disappointing, eh?
  7. Salazar

    Salazar New Member

    God, thats terrible. Why cant things go back to the good ol' days where a charizard would go for $200 on its own? I'm hoping this is worth a good bit, since its a 1st edition base set, but I doubt its worth anything near where I want it to be. Its funny how I never had good cards until AFTER the game died out! I even got a japanese B-Day Pikachu, and thought it was still worth the $500 it once was... It isnt even worth $100 nowadays. Its terrible...
  8. Ikari

    Ikari New Member

    Old PKMN Cards = Bad Inversion... :frown:

    A guy in my country want to sell some old cards (Base, Neo) for $200 (U$S62) and when i ask him: Why so expensive? He told me: That's what i paid for it. :nonono:

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