Error Ninetales MINT

Discussion in 'Collecting and Card Price Discussion' started by Salazar, Jan 7, 2008.

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  1. Salazar

    Salazar New Member

    How much is an Error Shadowless Ninetales from the base set worth in mint condition? Thats the one missing the 80 damage for fire blast.
     
  2. ShawofMordor

    ShawofMordor New Member

    Usually around $75-125, but the first one to be put on eBay went for $700.
     
  3. TheDarkTwins

    TheDarkTwins Active Member

    Well, almost all the ones that I have seen on ebay havent been mint. I would expect $200 or more for a mint one.

    Drew
     
  4. Salazar

    Salazar New Member

    Do you think its wise to hold onto it? Like, do you think that as the years go by, and original pokemon cards become sought after collector's items, that it will become the Babe Ruth rookie of pokemon cards? I'm not even 100% sure that the cards are going to skyrocket in value in later years... I hope so though.
     
  5. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

    If you sold it in a straight auction, you would do well.
    Funky auctions will not get the best value for true collector items like this and 1st ed boxes.
     
  6. Salazar

    Salazar New Member

    You're right. I'm planning on selling it on ebay within the next few weeks in a normal auction. I'll sell off the rest of those 1st ed. cards in a set seperately. If anyone's interested in eventually bidding on it, just PM me, and I'll let you know whenever I list the auction.
     
  7. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

    You would get more for the 1st ed box sealed than broken up
     
  8. TheDarkTwins

    TheDarkTwins Active Member

    It also helps if you have over 200+ Feedback when selling something with over 98% atleast positive.

    That can also influence the prize. If Person A sold a card supposely worth 200 on ebay with 5 feedback rating he wont get near as much as Person B who has 200+ feedback.

    JMO,
    Drew
     
  9. Salazar

    Salazar New Member

    Thats true. I have 43 positive feedback, 99% or something, but I've seen some people with 21,000+ 100% feedback. I dont even know how thats possible. I still dont know what to do with it, or how to approach selling it.
     
  10. hectagonman

    hectagonman New Member

    They either have been on it for a long time as a seller or buy a BUNCH of little auctions
     
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