Pokemon Trading Card Game (TCG)
English Set Compositions and Price Guide
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Full Card List Notes
1st Edition cards are specially marked with the Edition 1 stamp to signify their limited print run status. These cards were only available in retail outlets for a short time and their prices reflect their relative scarcity. Unlimited cards do not have the Edition 1 stamp,
We are NOT selling cards. These are compiled for clarification of relative values and what you might expect to pay at a game store or collectible dealer for these cards. At this time, no special pricing is given for unique error cards.
Prices are all based on Near Mint Condition. PSA Graded Cards are generally more valuable, especially if graded 8 thru What are graded cards? Click here. PSA 10 cards are generally worth times the values below.
PSA 10 Examples – 1st Edition examples of actual sales on eBay in Dark Alakazam-$1,; Dark Blastoise-$5,; Dark Charizard-$9,; Dark Dragonite-$2,; Rainbow Energy-$1,; Dark Raichu-$5,
$2, Complete Card Set (1st Edition)
$ Complete Card Set (Unlimited Print)
Team Rocket Booster Box Sealed (36 packs) 1st Edition: $1,
Team Rocket Booster Box Sealed (36 packs) Unlimited Edition: $
Release date: April
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Top 5 Most Expensive Team Rocket Unlimited Pokémon Cards
Moving away from Base Set shadow and shadowless Pokémon cards, in this article we look at the most recent sales of PSA/CGC 10s of the Team Rocket Unlimited set. Sets that have the name Unlimited attached to them indicate that they are not 1st Edition cards of that set. Instead, these cards appear without a stamp to the left of the main image. What is most interesting about this set is that we will see one of the few times a Blastoise card is more expensive than a Charizard. Due to the fluctuation in the market, there have been times when the Charizard card was worth more than the Blastoise. However, after looking at the sales of the last 60 days, it appears the Dark Blastoise has surpassed the Dark Charizard. Lets take a look at the market.
Stretching from late December to early February , this Dark Blastoise has been consistently selling around the $2, mark. Some sales have surpassed $2,, however, nearly all of them float around that price mark. This cards popularity has been skyrocketing, as it depicts the Blastoise in an action pose. This is unlike its Base Set counterpart. What made the Base Set Charizard so popular was that it depicted the Pokémon engaging in one of its attacks. However, Blastoise and Venusaur instead acquired a solemn, statue-like pose. Though the Base Set Blastoise is still the more valuable card, this Dark Blastoise is a close second. Its artwork is one of the best ever for this Pokémon.
Unlike the Base Set Charizard that is in an action pose, this Dark Charizard is one of the more affordable Charizards due to its actionless artwork. With its back turned to the cardholder, this Charizard card is a lot less exciting than the Base Set card. This sentiment is reflected in its prices where they have floated between $1, and $2,, just shy of the Dark Blastoise.
Dark Dragonite has been consistently selling around $1, due to the cards popularity. The first time this Pokémon appeared on a card was in the Fossil set, and that card has many collectors priced out. Though this artwork is not as vibrant and happy as its Fossil set counterpart, it embodies Team Rockets dark theme while still having the original fun Dragonite artwork. The main difference between this and the Fossil set version is the holographic foil as well. The Fossil card has a more rainbow tint. Due to Dragonites popularity, many fans are rushing to acquire this card after the Fossil version.
A rather surprising card on this list is the Dark Dugtrio. Prices for this card have maintained between $ and could be reflected in its low population count and possibly difficulty in grading. Regardless, this card has amazing hand-drawn artwork which is unlike the digital artwork of its Base Set counterpart.
Finishing off our list is another beautiful water Pokémon in which the holo pops more due to the blue and gold background. This effect on the eyes has a subtle effect on the price. Cards such as the Dark Blastoise and Jungle set Vaporeon have far more vibrant holographic shine to their artwork due to the interplay of colors. Dark Gyarados has been floating around the $$ price mark.
It appears that November may have been the peak price point for all Pokémon cards, especially the heavy hitters. Since November, prices have slightly decreased. However, there may be another boom later in the year. Thus far, it appears two separate Pokémon markets exist. The vintage market and modern market are vastly different in volatility and fluctuation in price. Although we have shown how many vintage cards have fluctuated in price over the course of late to now, this volatility is far greater with modern cards. Team Rocket is one of those vintage sets that many collectors have nostalgia for and will continue seeking after as the year progresses and these cards get harder to attain.
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Pokémon: The 7 Most Valuable Cards From The Team Rocket Set (& 7 That Arent Worth Much)
The Pokémon Trading Card Game has been around since and is still going strong all these years later. Pokémon sets often come with a small amount of holographic Pokémon, causing them to be much more sought after than their standard counterparts.
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Like all Trading Card Games, older sets retain value and can be worth quite the pretty penny. On the contrary, despite how much harder it is to find the cards in the wild this isn't always the case. This is due to card ratios and rarities, with harder to pull cards retaining value while the common ones tend to stay cheap. All prices listed are the current Market Price as seen on TCGPlayer.
Updated December 13th, by Thomas Bowen: Had any of us known how valuable Pokémon cards would one day become, it's safe to say that most of us would have handled them with a bit more care and attention. Their value has skyrocketed in recent years and continues to rise with each passing month. Indeed, in the three months since this article was first published, several of the cards listed have more than doubled in value. If ever there were a time to dig out your old collection and see what it's worth, it's now.
14 Most Valuable: Dark Gyarados (8) - $
Dark Gyarados might just be the coolest looking card in the Team Rocket set and it's up there with the best when it comes to value too. Its average price is $, but good condition copies regularly sell for more than $ Given the power and popularity of the Pokémon, it's perhaps a little surprising that it's only the seventh most valuable card in the set though, especially when its devastating Final Beam power is taken into account.
13 Not Worth Much: Dark Electrode (34) - $
Despite being a fully-evolved Pokémon, Dark Electrode is rated as an uncommon card, which undoubtedly hurt its value. They can sell for as little as a quarter although the average price for a good condition card is just shy of a dollar. Its Energy Bomb attack certainly had its uses back in the day, but there are far better cards for transferring energy to benched Pokémon in the modern TCG, effectively making Dark Electrode redundant.
12 Most Valuable: Dark Machamp (10) - $
Base Set Machamp may not be worth too much due to it being bundled with one of the series' very first starter sets, but the same can't be said of its dark counterpart. A good condition Dark Machamp is worth in excess of $20, although a PSA graded copy can sell for more than ten times that amount. It's got some nice artwork too and its Fling attack definitely has its uses, even if it is quite costly.
11 Not Worth Much: Dark Raticate (51) - $
Only Wizards of the Coast knows why Dark Raticate has a common rarity, but there's no doubt that the decision has hurt its value. All things considered, it's actually not a bad card compared to some of the other low value cards in the set but that's not enough to help boost its price. The market price for the card is just 29 cents, but they can sell for as little as 8 cents if they're in poor condition.
10 Most Valuable: Dark Alakazam (1) - $
"Dark Alakazam" is one of the cheapest Holo Rares in the entire Team Rocket set, but still has a fair bit of value. A damaged "Dark Alakazam" loses a good bit of its value, going for around $5. However, mint condition ones can go for a little over $ A card's power also plays into how valuable it is on the secondary market.
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Since "Dark Alakazam" is far from the greatest card in the set, its value is hurt. Its price is solely carried by its rarity, as the non-holo "Dark Alakazam" can sell as low as $2, and rarely higher than $5.
9 Not Worth Much: Dark Arbok (2) - $
"Dark Arbok" is the Holo Rare with the lowest price tag. It can sell for under a $1 for a damaged one, with mint condition ones not often worth more than $ It was rather easy to pull compared to the other Holo Rares and tends to not be sought after by many. "Dark Arbok" as a card isn't one that any deck wants to be running, so outside of wanting a complete collection, there are not many reasons to chase after a "Dark Arbok," leaving it with low value compared to the other Holo Rares.
8 Valuable: Dark Raichu (83) - $
"Dark Raichu" was the first-ever Secret card to appear in a Pokémon set. A Secret card has a set number (in this case 83/82) greater than the cards in the set. "Dark Raichu" was only included in the American release of Team Rocket as well, adding even more value to it.
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It's hard to find a "Dark Raichu" under $15, even for damaged ones. The First Editions of "Dark Raichu" can go for a lot as well, with them being worth at least $50, if not more if they're in mint condition.
7 Not Worth Much: Here Comes Team Rocket! (71) - $
Despite being a cover card for the set, "Here Comes Team Rocket!" is the cheapest Rare in all of Team Rocket. Damaged copies of "Here Comes Team Rocket!" can go for under fifty cents. Even 1st Edition, Mint Condition copies seldom sell for more than $ The card itself is rather bad, leaving it as one of the least valuable cards in the set despite its rarity. On the bright side, it is the second most expensive Trainer Card, only behind "Rocket's Sneak Attack." Despite this fact, "Here Comes Team Rocket!" isn't a card that many are flocking to buy. That said, the holo version is worth around $
6 Valuable: Dark Dragonite (5) - $
"Dark Dragonite" came out during the time all Dragon Types were Colorless. It's a decent enough card, which plays into its higher price tag. A damaged copy of "Dark Dragonite" often sells for a little over $ A First Edition copy that's in fantastic condition can even go for over $ "Dark Dragonite" also has a powerful ability to search out Pokémon, which allowed it to maintain value over the years. "Dark Dragonite" gets the title of the most expensive card in the Team Rocket set that isn't an Evolution card of a Starter Pokémon.
5 Not Worth Much: Full Heal Energy (81) -$
"Full Heal Energy" is the cheapest Special Energy in the entire set. While the uniqueness would imply it'd worth more than others, the market would say otherwise. It's an Uncommon rarity card that gets rid of any Status Condition when it's attached to a Pokémon while providing Colorless Energy.
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This card isn't great as it's far too situational, so not many people go after it. In addition, "Full Heal Energy" was printed in the "Trouble" Theme Deck. As such, "Full Heal Energy" was an incredibly easy card to acquire, leaving it as one of the lowest value cards in the set that seem like they would have at least a slight price tag.
4 Valuable: Dark Blastoise (3) - $
"Dark Blastoise" is the second most valuable card in the set and one of the two "Dark" Starter Pokémon from Team Rocket. Starter Pokémon are always among some of the most popular out of all of Pokémon, and that popularity drives the value up for it. In addition, "Dark" Pokémon have only appeared in three sets (outside of reprint collections) which bumps up the value even more. This Holo Rare doesn't often sell for under $20 for an incredibly damaged one. First Edition copies can go for well over $, some going up to $ if they're in mint condition.
3 Not Worth Much: Imposter Oak's Revenge (76) - $
"Imposter Oak's Revenge" is the lowest value Rare Card in the entire set. A big reason for the low price tag would be the fact that "Imposter Oak's Revenge" was printed in a Theme Deck for Team Rocket. This means there was a guaranteed way to obtain it without having to rely on opening packs or trading. Cards printed in a pre-constructed deck in any card game tend to have little to no value, and "Imposter Oak Revenge" is no exception. Even Mint Condition, First Edition copies of the card don't tend to go for anything about a few dollars.
2 Valuable: Dark Charizard (4) - $
The most valuable card in the Team Rocket set by a wide margin, "Dark Charizard" lives up to the peaks that former "Charizard" cards laid out. Charizard has always been a fan favorite Pokémon, which plays into its high price tag.
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The Pokémon TCG tends to not have many Holo Rares per set, making "Dark Charizard" worth even more. Even the most damaged copies of "Dark Charizard" have the same market price as a "Dark Blastoise" in good condition. A First Edition "Dark Charizard" that's damaged goes for a minimum of $70, with mint condition ones going over $
1 Not Worth Much: Koffing (58) -$
You can get a mint condition "Koffing" for under a dollar, and this includes First Edition copies. In addition, "Koffing" was included in the "Devastation" Theme Deck, and at four copies at that. This means that "Koffing" was incredibly easy to obtain a full playset of. In addition, since it's only a common rarity, it was easy to pull "Koffing" out of the Team Rocket booster packs. This makes "Koffing" the least valuable card in Team Rocket and isn't going to ever be worth selling off.
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