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How much is a Magikarp Pokemon Card worth?

Pokemon Name: Magikarp
Evolves into: Gyarados
Release Date: 1999
Set: Base Set
Japanese: コイキング Koiking

1st Edition Shadowless Magikarp Pokemon Card Value

Description: At level 20, Magikarp evolves into the Pokemon Gyarados. First edition Magikarp cards can be worth a lot of money depending on their condition. This is a relatively common card and a lot of people have or had this card in their collections.

Every Magikarp card from the first set of Pokemon will be blue in color because it is a water-type Pokemon card.

As you can see this is considered a “non-holographic” card. Most non-holo cards are worth less money than their holographic counterparts.

Value: Most Magikarp Pokemon cards will be worth $1 to $5 in played condition. Cards in pristine condition are worth around $25. If your card was printed with a 1st edition stamp, seen at the lower left side of the artwork shown in the picture above, it will almost always sell for more money.

Magikarp Pokemon card errors can happen and when they do, they can bring decent money in the market. Misprints as shown in the guide we wrote happen during the printing process, and are desirable among certain collectors.

If you have a Magikarp Pokemon card, in any condition or language, we’d be happy to evaluate your card(s) and respond to you within 24 hours with our best offer!

Text: Fish Pokemon. Length: 2’11” , Weight 22 lbs.

Tackle | 10

Flail | 10×
Does 10 damage times the number of damage counters on Magikarp.

In the distant past, it was stronger than its horribly weak descendants that exist today.  LV. 8  #129

1995, 96, 98, 99 Nintendo Creatures, GAMEFREAK 1999 Wizards

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