World Championships 1999 - No.1 Trainer Considered by some to be the rarest Pokemon card in existence, a copy of the No.1 Trainer card sold at auction for $90,000 in July of 2020.
World Championships 2006 - No.2 Trainer No.2 Trainer cards have always been highly desirable amongst collectors. A PSA 9 graded copy was sold by PWCC for a little over $110,000 in February of 2021, making it the most expensive No. 2 Trainer card to date.
1st Edition Neo Genesis Lugia It was sold by PWCC Auctions for nearly $130,000 in November of 2020. The average sale price of a 1st Edition Neo Genesis Lugia had been just $70,000.
Family Event Kangaskhan In October 2020 however, a PSA GEM-MT 10 copy sold for more than 15 times that amount. The card in question was sold by PWCC Auctions through eBay, with the final bid standing at a mammoth $150,100.
1998 2nd Tournament Trophy Pikachi No. 3 A copy of Trophy Pikachu number 3 was sold at auction in July of 2022, with the final bid standing at an incredible 192,000.
No Rarity Charizard A GEM-MT 10 copy of the card was sold for just over $20,000 back in September 2018. However in n April of 2022 a mint-condition copy of the card signed by Mitsuhiro Arita was sold for $324,000 by PWC.
Blastoise Wizards of the Coast Presentation Galaxy Star Holo Rumor has it that ahead of the pitch, the trading card company printed out two copies of a single card to entice the Japanese giant: Galaxy Star Presentation Blastoise. In early 2021, one of these two copies was sold by Heritage Auctions for $360,000.
1st Edition Shadowless Charizard The current record-holder of the card comes courtesy of PWCC, who sold a copy of the card for a cool $420,000 in early 2022.
Pikachu Illustrator The Pikachu Illustrator card has held the record for the most expensive Pokemon card ever sold on numerous occasions the current highest cost is $5,275,000.