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The Pokémon cards with the Katy Perry musicians, Post Malone and J Balvin are, literally, unique letters. Last month, Comicbook.com reported that The Pokémon Company produced real Pokémon cards with three musicians who played songs on the p25 music album launched to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Pokémon franchise. The cards were V cards of the Katy Perry musicians, Post Malone and J Balvin, which represented a cartoon version of that artist with one or two associated Pokémon. At least one physical copy of each card was made and handed over the musicians as a gift, while the digital versions of the card appear on the Pokémon website.
The Pokémon Company has now clarified that there are no plans to put these cards in a wider circulation. A note was added under each card indicating that the cards were only for promotional use. This special JCC Pokémon card is only for promotional use, says a statement below each card. «[Musician] received a printed version of this card as a special thanks for the collaboration and contribution of him to the program. Currently, there are no plans to print this card for use or purchase of the consumer.
This means that it is likely that there is only a printed version of each officially card, unless The Pokémon Company has extras in any office somewhere. If Perry, Malone or Balvin ever decide to sell your respective card, it is likely that some collector is willing to pay a ton of money by the card. It would not be the most expensive card that reaches the market, but it is likely to be sold in the five figures because each card is the only one of its kind.
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We will notice that this is not the first time that The Pokémon Company prints an unofficial card with a real life person. Tsunekazu Sahara, president of The Pokémon Company, received an Ishihara-GX card to celebrate him 60th birthday. That card was distributed to the guests at a private birthday celebration in 2017. While the card is definitely an unofficial card, the graduate versions of the card were sold for almost $13,000 in an auction, and that was before the recent boom Of the rare Pokémon cards.