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Pokemon Base Set 2 Information & Values

Pokemon Card Game Base Set 2

Base Set 2 Pokemon will come from the packs shown above. Each Pokemon Base Set 2 pack will either have artwork of Raichu, Gyarados, or Mewtwo on it.

But what is Pokemon Base Set 2? Base Set 2 is the fourth set for Pokemon to release in North America on February 24th, 2000. This set touched the hearts of many children and adults around the world. Today they can be very valuable depending on both condition and edition.

In this fully extensive guide, we wrote on Base Set 2 Pokemon, we go over every single Pokemon card ever printed. Right below are pictures of different Rarities printed for Base Set 2. Simply click on the picture or denomination to learn more about the value of a specific type of Pokemon.

If you have any questions or you’re interested in selling your Pokemon cards to us, contact us today as we’d love to hear about your Pokemon card collection or individual cards.

Base Set 2 Pokemon Rarity

What is Pokemon rarity? The rarity of a Pokemon means exactly what it sounds like, how rare is the card? The better the rarity, the less were printed and the more valuable they almost always are. The rarity is located at the bottom right corner of the card, next to the card number.

Here is a list of all potential rarities you can find in a pack of Base Set 2 Pokemon cards:

Pokemon Black Circle Common

Common cards will have a black circle.

Pokemon Black Diamond Uncommon

Uncommon cards will have a black diamond.

Pokemon Black Star Rare

Rare cards will have a black star.

Holo Chansey from Base Set 2 Pokemon Card Holo Rare

Holo Rare

Goldeen from Base Set 2 Pokemon Card Common

Common

Dragonair from Base Set 2 Pokemon Card Rare

Rare

Charmeleon from Base Set 2 Pokemon Card Uncommon

Uncommon

Pokemon Base Set 2 Values

Base Set 2 Sealed Pokemon Booster Box

Base Set 2 Pokemon Booster Box

The value of Pokemon Base Set 2 relies heavily on a few factors that we’ll go over in this guide. It’s important to know Base Set 2 was the second set ever printed for North America. If you have genuine, non-re-sealed, Pokemon Fossil Set booster packs or boxes, you have something that can be very valuable! Please keep in mind, we buy all Pokemon from Fossil Set, individual cards, packs, and boxes.

If you aren’t interested in learning about Pokemon Base Set 2 and simply want to know how much your Pokemon card is worth, send us a clear image of your card, front and back, and we’ll respond with our best offer within 24 hours.

Demand for Pokemon Cards

The first factor when figuring out the value of Pokemon Base Set 2 is supply and demand. Like most things, there needs to be a demand for a Pokemon in order for the bill to fetch a premium. With Pokemon Base Set 2, typically speaking, Pokemon with fewer cards printed (supply) are more desirable and sought after (demand). There are examples of old Japanese and other language Pokemon cards that have low supply and low demand, but we’ll save that discussion for another time.

Pokemon Base Set 2 card condition

The next factor is condition. Condition is King. If you have a Pokemon card that people desire, it’s going to bring money. But if you have a card that people desire and it’s in good condition, you’re going to have a card that’s worth a lot more money.

We’ve paid $50 for a Charizard in poor condition, and the same card in pristine condition we’ve paid over $4,000 for. The same Pokemon! Condition is key when determining the value of Pokemon cards.

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Error, Misprint, or Miscut Pokemon from Base Set 2

Not many people know this but the error cards from the Base Set 2 have a good chance to increase the value of a card. If you have a card that has a genuine miscut, that alone can increase the value of a bill tenfold. We wrote a whole in-depth guide about misprinted error Pokemon cards you can check out here.

Market Conditions for Pokemon Base Set 2

The final variable when determining a Pokemon cards value is the market. Markets are constantly fluctuating for better or worse. The market for Pokemon is generally pointed in one direction, which is up. There have been moments of time, like 2016 with Pokemon Go, that really brought collectors back into the market.

We “pay up” when it comes to Pokemon cards from Base Set 2, whatever the market prices are. It’s important to remember people tend to think they have something extremely rare and valuable when most of the time unfortunately they don’t! But there is still a good chance you have something valuable in your collection.

Summary

Here are the variables to know: Supply & Demand, Condition, Error cards, Market. If you have any questions about your Base Set 2 Pokemon cards make sure to contact us immediately. We need to see a clear photo of the card(s), front and back, to determine its value. We will respond within 24 hours with a free appraisal and our best offer if you want to sell your Pokemon Collection.

Below is a list of every Pokemon from Base Set 2 ever printed. As you may notice, we love talking about Pokemon Cards that was printed for the United States. We would love to talk to you about your old Pokemon card. Contact us today, we’re the real deal!

Every Base Set 2 Pokemon Printed. Click a Pokemon’s Name below to learn more.

Card #Card Name
1/130Alakazam
2/130Blastoise
3/130Chansey
4/130Charizard
5/130Clefable
6/130Clefairy
7/130Gyarados
8/130Hitmonchan
9/130Magneton
10/130Mewtwo
11/130Nidoking
12/130Nidoqueen
13/130Ninetales
14/130Pidgeot
15/130Poliwrath
16/130Raichu
17/130Scyther
18/130Venusaur
19/130Wigglytuff
20/130Zapdos
21/130Beedrill
22/130Dragonair
23/130Dugtrio
24/130Electabuzz
25/130Electrode
26/130Kangaskhan
27/130Mr. Mime
28/130Pidgeotto
29/130Pinsir
30/130Snorlax
31/130Venomoth
32/130Victreebel
33/130Arcanine
34/130Butterfree
35/130Charmeleon
36/130Dewgong
37/130Dodrio
38/130Dratini
39/130Exeggutor
40/130Farfetch’d
41/130Fearow
42/130Growlithe
43/130Haunter
44/130Ivysaur
45/130Jynx
46/130Kadabra
47/130Kakuna
48/130Lickitung
49/130Machoke
50/130Magikarp
51/130Magmar
52/130Marowak
53/130Nidorina
54/130Nidorino
55/130Parasect
56/130Persian
57/130Poliwhirl
58/130Raticate
59/130Rhydon
60/130Seaking
61/130Seel
62/130Tauros
63/130Wartortle
64/130Weepinbell
65/130Abra
66/130Bellsprout
67/130Bulbasaur
68/130Caterpie
69/130Charmander
70/130Cubone
71/130Diglett
72/130Doduo
73/130Drowzee
74/130Exeggcute
75/130Gastly
76/130Goldeen
77/130Jigglypuff
78/130Machop
79/130Magnemite
80/130Meowth
81/130Metapod
82/130Nidoran♀
83/130Nidoran♂
84/130Onix
85/130Paras
86/130Pidgey
87/130Pikachu
88/130Poliwag
89/130Rattata
90/130Rhyhorn
91/130Sandshrew
92/130Spearow
93/130Squirtle
94/130Starmie
95/130Staryu
96/130Tangela
97/130Venonat
98/130Voltorb
99/130Vulpix
100/130Weedle
101/130Computer Search
102/130Imposter Professor Oak
103/130Item Finder
104/130Lass
105/130Pokémon Breeder
106/130Pokémon Trader
107/130Scoop Up
108/130Super Energy Removal
109/130Defender
110/130Energy Retrieval
111/130Full Heal
112/130Maintenance
113/130PlusPower
114/130Pokémon Center
115/130Pokédex
116/130Professor Oak
117/130Super Potion
118/130Bill
119/130Energy Removal
120/130Gust of Wind
121/130Poké Ball
122/130Potion
123/130Switch
124/130Double Colorless Energy
125/130Fighting Energy
126/130Fire Energy
127/130Grass Energy
128/130Lightning Energy
129/130Psychic Energy
130/130Water Energy

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