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    Pokémon First Edition Team Rocket Set Rare Complete Trading Card Set (Wizards of the Coast, 2000) BGS Grades Vary. The Team Rocket set was released on April 24, 2000 as the fifth expansion set in the widely popular Pokémon Trading Card Game. This was the first set to include a secret rare card -- Raichu #83/82. Here is the complete first set, all 83 cards, including the popular Dark Charizard #4 (NM-MT+ 8.5)! Besides the Dark Charizard the rest of the cards are graded either MINT 9 or GEM MINT 9.5. To look at the individual grades please visit and take a look at our high-resolution images. Artists include Ken Sugimori, Mitsuhiro Arita, Kagemaru Himeno, Miki Tanaka, Shi-ichi Yoshida, Keiji Kinebuchi, Sumiyoshi Kizuki, and Atsuko Nishida. Approximate SMR Price Guide Value for the group = $3,300.

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