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How much money can I get for my Pokemon cards?

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The value of a Pok��mon card depends on a number of factors, including edition, condition and shadow, as well as which Pok��mon is on the card. Agencies such as the Professional Sports Authenticator can also help in identifying the worth of a card.

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A first-edition card, denoted by a small symbol in the middle left of the card, can be worth 10 times as much as one that is another edition. The condition of the card also plays a large role, and having cards PSA graded can help determine condition. For example, a mint-condition (PSA 10) card can be worth up to 50 times as much as a poor (PSA 1) card.

Lastly, the level of shadow, meaning level of detail, can affect a card's worth. A shadowless card is distinguishable by a production date of 1999, as well as smaller text and darker pictures.

Many common cards are worth mere change or maybe a few dollars, but a first-edition PSA 10 Charizard, a rare card in itself, can be worth about $3,500.

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