Collector-based overseas YouTuber SMPRATTE reported to the video that I purchased the Pokemon Card of “ Koiking ” at $ 136,000.
SMPRATTE is a collector that attracts various trading cards and sports souvenirs based in the online auction site EBAY. Such he purchased this time, Pokemon Card Koiking. While the original game version was sold for 500 yen, it is a unique standing position Pokemon that there are many opportunities to be handled in a high price, or in official spotlight.
According to videos, this coiking was rare, as compared to the whole Pokemon Card, compared to other rare cycling cards, and the reason was at the source. The card purchased this time is a prize premium of the photo contest for the soft “Pokemon snap” for Nintendo64. A total of 10 people (5 Corocorocomics, 5 64 Mario Stadium) were selected as a large prize, and 20 minutes cards were announced. However, the card was only given to the captured person, and it seems that there is a background that the real thing did not go out to the market for about 20 years.
This card seems to be sent by a business partner, but in fact the card was made a successful bid at Yahoo! Auction in January this year. When you look at the auction page, the winning bid price is approximately 13.6 million yen in tax, and if calculated for $ 1 = 100 yen, it will be calculated with $ 136,000 that SMPRATTE declared.
Furthermore, compared to the auction photo, the slightly curved portion in the upper right of the card is approximated, and it is possible to make a successful bid for the succession that the successful bidder is an unusual new member Sexual.
In addition, other rare cycling cards are also introduced in the video. “Hikaru Kiking” that can be exchanged with points in “Koiking” and Pokemon Card Official Magazine “Trainers” distributed to 1000 high-tailed grades. The former was later Omaged with “Pokemon Card Game DP” and the latter has been reproduced by the 25th anniversary of the version enclosed in the expansion pack.
The Pokemon Card area where the Ankat Sheet is exhibited last month, but the rest of the cards discovered this time may someday to be news someday.