Gotta Catch ‘em All! When Charizard and Blastoise (among others) entered the public lexicon over 20 years ago, few knew what to make of these curious anime characters. What is certain is that the brainchild of Satoshi Tajiri has transformed the entertainment industry and garnered several million fans the world over. Pokémon is the highest-grossing media franchise of all-time with more than $59 billion in total revenue. It is understandable then that the offered 1999 Pokémon 1st Edition Limited Printing (English) Base Set unopened booster box will garner significant bidding interest and has boundless “crossover” appeal. Fans of the franchise and casual observers will immediately understand the importance of this sealed box. After two years of no reported sales, an October 2017 internet auction garnered a confirmed sale of $54,000.
PSA 10 Charizard Holo? This tightly sealed container has been in the possession of our consignor since release decades ago. Despite a ding to one corner on the display box (the shrink wrap does not conform to the corner, proving the container has been unsearched and is not re-wrapped), the remainder of the box presents as when produced pre-millennium. A box break will yield (36) 11-card packs. Additionally, each pack will deliver: (5) common, (3) uncommon, (2) Energy and (1) Rare or Foil card. Based on production, the odds of pulling a foil card are nearly 1:3 packs. With 396 chances for Gem Mint 10 holos and other high-grade treasures, “the sky’s the limit” for this transcendent non-sport box!
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