Top 10 Rare Pokmon Cards Worth Millions

10. Ex Deoxys GOLD STAR HOLO Rayquaza: Pokémon Emerald's Game Boy Advance edition includes the legendary Pokémon Rayquaza, a powerful dungeon-crawling character that is popular with gamers.

9. EX Dragon Frontiers GOLD STAR HOLO Charizard : This particular version of the popular "base" Charizard has a number of significant differences, such as differing artwork.

8. 1998 Japanese Promo Card - Tamamushi University Magikarp Trophy: The participants in only one day's tournament in Osaka, Japan were the only ones eligible to receive this exceptional Magikarp promo card; the card was only awarded to gamers that won at least one duel.

7. 2006 - World Championships Promo No. 2 Trainer: This card for unlocking a Pokmon World Championship tournament is tough to find and is considered quite rare. In 2006, it was initially completed in a three-day championship in California, and it is believed that only three of it were given.

6. 2000 - Neo Genesis 1st Edition Holographic Lugia: This first edition Lugia card is a great example of a very popular card. This legendary Gen II Pok mon is well-known for being seen on the cover of Pok mon: Silver.

5. Japanese Promo Card - Family Event Trophy - Holo Kangaskhan: One of the rarest Pokémon cards in existence, this Kangaskhan card was only provided to winners of the Parent Child Mega Battle tournament in Japan in 1998.

4. Black Star Ishihara Signed GX Promo Card : In April 2021, this item sold at an astounding price of $247,230. It has the original artwork of Tsunekazu Ishihara, the CEO and President of The Pokemon Company, given as an award to employees during his office party.

3. Backless Blastoise” - Commissioned Presentation Galaxy Star Hologram : It won't look like a typical Blastoise Pok mon card. This one is particularly distinctive as there is no printing on the side opposite the artwork, creating it known as the "Backless Blastoise.

1. 2. 1st Edition Charizard, Holographic – SGC GOLD LABEL PRISTINE 10 : It is a first edition holographic Pokémon card with almost no drop shadows. Because of this, their rarity and price have skyrocketed.

1. Japanese Promo Card - HOLO - Illustrator Pikachu - PSA 7 NRMT: This card was created for the CoroCoro Comic competitions from Japan in 1997 and 1998, where the winners were awarded it. In this card, the "trainer" designation has been changed to "Illustrator, " and with previous cards, the bottom bears a pen icon. This is the most expensive Pok mon card in existence; there are only about 40 cards in existence.