i hav some old cards and i am wondering if they are worth anything

Discussion in 'Trading Post' started by bob22, Sep 2, 2003.

  1. bob22

    bob22 New Member

    are any of these worth much (and how much are they worth in total - ish)

    they are all from either jungle or the first set and are all non-holo/foil/shiny

    2 x computer search
    1xlass
    1xpokemon trader
    1xpokemon breeder
    1xsuper energy removal
    1xvictreebel
    1xmr mime
    1xbeedrill
    1xjolteon
    1xflareon
    2xnidoqueen
    1xscyther
    1xvileplume
    2xdugtrio
    1xvenomoth
    1xbutterfree
    1xelectabuzz
    1xfirst set electrode
    2x jungle electreode
    2xwigglytuff
    1xvaporeon
    1xgyarados - actually this one is foil/holo/shiny
    2xsnorlax - one of them has a funny symbol instead of the jungle symbol - a poke ball above a tick

    thanks - i will trade any of them for money or mtg cards
     
  2. sjmp

    sjmp New Member

    If Your Cards Are Mint They Are Worth About:

    2 x computer search $1.40 (Each)
    1xlass $1.40
    1xpokemon trader $1.40
    1xpokemon breeder $1.40
    1xsuper energy removal $0.70
    1xvictreebel $1.05
    1xmr mime $1.40
    1xbeedrill $1.05
    1xjolteon $1.40
    1xflareon $1.40
    2xnidoqueen $1.05 (Each)
    1xscyther $1.40
    1xvileplume $1.05
    2xdugtrio $1.05 (Each)
    1xvenomoth $1.05
    1xbutterfree $0.35
    1xelectabuzz $1.40
    1xfirst set electrode $1.05
    2x jungle electreode $2.14 (Each)
    2xwigglytuff $1.40 (Each)
    1xvaporeon $1.05
    1xgyarados $4.28
    2xsnorlax $1.05 For The Jungle One And $2.45 For The Base Set 2 One (The "Pokeball Above A Tick One". It's Actualy A Pokeball In The Middle Of A 2 If You look Again)

    This Is What You Should Expect To Pay For For Mint Condition Cards From A Collector. If The Cards Aren't Mint Then Collectors Don't Want Them, Only Players Of The Game Will Want Them, And They Won't Pay As Much As A Collector Would. This Brings Be To Another Point, Things Are Only Worth What People Will Pay For Them!

    Theese Values Were Taken From A Brittish Value Guide, I've Roughly Changed Them From £ To $. This Also Means I Could Of Got The Exchange Rate Wrong And That Mean I Could Be Out By $0.10 Either Way, And Don't Forget That The Exchange Rate Is Constantly Changing!

    Another Good Price Guide Is At pojo.com, But The Best Way To See What Your Cards Are Worth Is By Going To eBay. Then You Can See What People Are Actually Paying For The Cards. (I Am Not Advertising Any Kind Of Sale, Im Just Giving Advice)

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Sep 2, 2003

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