In Yu-Gi-Oh! there are cards of different prices and due to the popularity of the card game, some of these can reach very high prices. Older and rarer cards attract the attention of collectors from all over the world and therefore command the highest prices.
Check out the list of the 10 most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! cards.
Most Expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards
Cyber-Stein 2004 - $3,000
Cyber-Stein was the Shonen Jump Championship 2004 prize.
Although there are several copies of it in circulation today, the SJC-EN001 version used as a prize in 2004 has very few copies and is considered very rare.
Because of this, it became one of the most valuable cards in the game and was even bought for around US$ 3,000 at the last auction.
Skuna, the Leonine Rakan - $6,000
Skuna, the Leonine Rakan was the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2009 prize and despite not being well known among Yu-Gi-Oh! players, it is one of the rarest cards in the game.
Only 6 copies of this card are believed to have been printed, and in its latest sales record, it traded for $6,000.
Swords of Revealing Light (Original) - $6,000
The original version of Swords of Revealing Light was initially released as a promotional card for the anime, even before the card game was created by Konami.
Because of this, its value is priceless, despite its only sales record being $6,000.
Armament of the Lethal Lords - $9,000
Armament of the Lethal Lords was the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2006 prize, and that's why it's among the rarest cards in the game.
Despite being banned in official tournaments, it has already been sold at auction for $9,000.
Iron Knight of Revolution 2017 - $12,900
Iron Knight of Revolution was printed only three times, each time to be awarded to the winners of an official tournament organized by Konami.
The 2017 winner decided that it would be better to sell it, this negotiation was carried out in the same year for a value of US$ 12,900.
Amatsu-Okami of the Divine Peaks - $18,800
Amatsu-Okami of the Divine Peaks was the prize given to the best players at an event organized by Konami in 2018.
The main reason that made it spike is that Konami did not reveal how many copies were distributed and, as far as is known, only one of these players sold the card and the deal was closed for the value of US$ 18,800.
Lottery Edition Dark Magician Girl - $50K
Although there are several prints of the Dark Magician Girl, this is a specific version that was released in a kind of lottery in Japan, making this edition much desired by collectors.
This version has a price tag at $50,000.
Tyler the Great Warrior - $150K
Tyler the Great Warrior is a unique card and was created in honor of Tyler Gressle, who was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2002.
In response to his desire to have a Yu-Gi-Oh! card, the manufacturers made this custom-made especially for him.
Although there is no record of the card being sold, Tyler received an offer worth $150,000.
Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon (Autographed) - $421K
Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon was the Asian Championship Series prize in 2001. In addition, the card was autographed by Kazuki Takahashi himself, creator of the Yu-Gi-Oh!
Because of this, it's valued at around US$421,000.
Tournament Black Luster Soldier - $9 million
Black Luster Soldier was the prize of the first official Yu-Gi-Oh! tournament in 1999. It was printed on stainless steel and was the only official product produced in this way.
Despite not having an official price, the only existing copy sold for US$ 9 million.
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