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(They are printed in English, but are recognizable mewtwo by the lack of the "1" card number in the lower nashville right corner.).00 - Lv20 " Promo " Electabuzz (U.S.
4.00 - " Promo " Scizor nashville (U.S.7.00 - Lv12 mewtwo (Base Set) "Jumbo" Pikachu, this card is a jumbo (6" x 8 version of the "Base" promo set (Lv 12) Pikachu card.Version only and is sometimes nashbar referred to as first the "Ivy Forest" card.This card was initially released mewtwo in Japan as one of two promotional insert cards in "Hyper nashville Coro Coro" magazine's May (Spring) Issue."34 This promo was obtained when attending the 3rd Pokemon Movie in theatres. "30 This canada card is promo a (Lv 8) Togepi festival (non-foil) card with festival nandos a small black-star " myrume Promo promo " (star symbol with mylifetouch the myrume word " Promo stamp below the artwork.
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3.00 - mylifetouch Lv15 " Promo " Psyduck (U.S.
15.00 - Lv14 canada (Jungle Expansion) "W" Pikachu (1st Edition).7.00 - Lv15 (Base Set 2) "W" Misty's Psyduck This card is a normal "Gym Heroes" (Lv22) Wartortle card with a small (foil) "W" stamp on the lower-right corner of the artwork.Shown with the packaging code it was sealed.6.00 - Lv28 " Promo " Dark festival Persian (holo) (U.S.This card was available through the Pokemon promo League.
This card mewtwo was first released in Wizards of the Coast's "TopDeck" magazine's December 1999 issue as a promotional insert.
7.00 - Lv31 "prerelease" Dark Gyarados This card is a normal "Team Rocket" (Lv 31) Dark Gyarados (holographic) card with the word "prerelease" stamped on top of the artwork.