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    Pokémon Venusaur #15 First Edition Base Set Rare Hologram Trading Card (Wizards of the Coast, 1999) BGS MINT 9. The final evolved form of the starter grass type Pokemon Bulbasaur, Venusaur is on this MINT 9 first edition base set card! The giant flower on Venusaur's back isn't just for looks, it's where Venusaur absorbs the Sun's rays in order to unleash its Solarbeam attack. Venusaur was on the cover of Pocket Monsters: Green, one of two versions of the first ever Pokemon game. This highly sought after card has been awarded a MINT 9 grade by Beckett with subgrades centering (8.5), edges (9), corners (9.5), and surface (9). The artwork is by Mitsuhiro Arita. BGS has certified 161 copies of this card to date, with 48 earning MINT 9 grade and 19 graded higher. Approximate SMR Price Guide Value=$5,600.

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