Price of a few Japanese sleeves

Discussion in 'Collecting and Card Price Discussion' started by Skitty, Mar 9, 2011.

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  1. Skitty

    Skitty New Member

  2. Jason

    Jason New Member

    20-35 each usually for those sleeves.
     
  3. Skitty

    Skitty New Member

    Those 10+ year old silver sleeves are really that cheap? Are you sure about that? And do you know how many of them came in a pack?
     
  4. Jason

    Jason New Member

    32 for the starter ones

    and the 10 year old ones, 62.
     
  5. Skitty

    Skitty New Member

    Yeah, I knew how many came in the starter ones (since I have them:tongue:), I meant the silver ones. And thanks.

    And as I was saying, are you sure that those silver sleeves are that cheap? I would have guessed that mint 10+ year old Pokemon sleeves would have gained more value than that.
     
  6. Jason

    Jason New Member

    i got mine for like 15$ a pack about a year or so ago...
     
  7. Lawman

    Lawman Active Member

    The old silver Pokeball sleeves are worth more than that, if mint. The one in your photo though should not pass tourney muster bc of the dimple in the upper rt corner. Could be consider a "marked sleeve".

    I know seeing the Silvestros trade for these at Worlds, they are worth more than 15 bucks/pack of 30 (or 32). I'd say they are at least 50-60 for a 60 card set. (Basically, a dollar a sleeve). JMHO from trading/buying japanese sleeves for multiple years.

    When a player brought a mint set up to John Silvestro at 2010 Worlds, he snatched them w/o thinking and traded just about whatever the player wanted for them. They are that rare now. No longer made. I'd say 60 may be cheap....maybe 75/set.

    Keith
     
  8. mochi

    mochi New Member

    Would that be for each pack of 32 or each playset of 64?
     
  9. Skitty

    Skitty New Member

    Yeah, I know that one isn't tournament legal because of that mark. But it's the only one I have and was just used as an example.

    Ok, thanks for that. I figured they were more than $15 a set.
     

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