What are the extremely rare Yugioh cards

Yu-Gi-Oh! - Extremely rare card is set to sell for $ 400,000

Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards can cost you dearly.

With Yu-Gi-Oh! it is primarily a trading card game. Some of these trading cards are available for little money, but really rare ones can cost huge sums. And then there are so rare, valuable cards that they are actually not sold at all. But not so in this case: On Tokyo's electronics and otaku mile Akihabara, there is a shop called Card Shop Spiral, which it now has a Yu-Gi-Oh card for 45 million yen should give to buy. That is the equivalent of around 400,000 US dollars or a little more than 332,000 euros.

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The expensive card is really an exceptional collector's item. We see it on it Blue-Eyes White Dragon and the card was presented as a prize to the winner of the Asian Yu-Gi-Oh championship. It comes in a special commemorative packaging and also belongs to it Yu-Gi-Oh inventor's autograph Kazuki Takahashi about it.

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On Twitter, the user Saku06 explains that he was previously in possession of the collector's item. He has already tried to sell them - and that for 99.9 billion yen, but more than a joke. After unsurprisingly no buyers could be found, the former owner is now apparently taking the matter seriously. However, it is still doubtful whether a buyer will be found now.

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The most expensive known sale to date a Yu-Gi-Oh card (Armament of the Lethal Lords) is said to have been processed for an impressive 8,000 US dollars. But as Comicbook writes, rumors are still circulating of a fabulous $ 2 million transaction. It's about the Tournament Black Soldier, a card that could be won at the 1999 Yu-Gi-Oh championship in Japan.

Do you think there will be a buyer for the expensive card?

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