I'm going to assume this is a 'no'

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  1. JMick

    JMick

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    but are there any pokemon card experts here? I have a bunch of first edition, shadowless and japanese cards that I want to assess the value of. I'm trying to learn how to do it but it's not an easy task.
     
  2. Mano

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  3. ZooCougar

    ZooCougar Shut Up Carl.

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    In terms of real money or bitcoin?
     
  4. temery

    temery What?

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    Best way to do so is do a search on eBay an item, then click "sold items" in the lower left sidebar. This will show you what the item has actually sold for recently.
     
  5. JMick

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    That seems to work for the cards in English, but I don't even know what to search for the Japanese ones because I can't read Japanese.
     
  6. temery

    temery What?

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    Do an eBay search for Japanese Pokémon cards, then sort by highest value first. If you are lucky, you'll recognize some of the valuable ones.
     
  7. Mano

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    This reminds me of the time @Robertelamin and another friend of ours came by my house in middle school wanting to buy my brother's Magic cards. What'd you ever do with those Bob?
     
  8. Robertelamin

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    Are you sure that was me? I honestly don’t remember that. I don’t think I ever “bought” cards from anyone.