Pokemon plush toys have been around for years, and as the popularity of the franchise has increased, so have the values of some of these pocket monsters.
When most people think of high-value collectibles related to Pokemon, their minds will immediately jump to the trading card game. In today's market, however, all things Pokemon have seemingly skyrocketed in value. Plush toys from the franchise are no exception.
Here are the three most expensive Pokemon plush toys ever sold.
Top 3 most expensive Pokemon plush toys ever sold
#3 - Dittochu plush
That's right, the #3 most expensive Pokemon plush is none other than a Ditto who is transformed into a Pikachu. This adorable and unique plush has earned the nickname of Dittochu among collectors.
While one can get their hands on a new version for around $20, the original Dittochu which was released in 2010, will sell for anywhere up to $2,000. It is believed that a lot of the value of this plush comes from the type of material used on the Pokemon's fur, a kind that is no longer utilized by the manufacturers.
#2 - Eeveelution Christmas plush set
Eevee is one of the most beloved Pokemon of all time. Thus, it really is no surprise that both itself and all its "Eeveelutions," have earned second place on this list.
A rare Christmas-themed edition of each of the Eevee's evolutions are highly sought after by collectors. A complete set in decent condition will sell for upwards of $3,000.
#1 - Giant Entei, Raikou, and Suicine plushes
The most expensive Pokemon plush is the giant version of the Legendary Pokemon Entei. However, the other two members of the three Legendary Beasts can also attract similar prices at an auction depending on which Pokemon is the buyer's favorite.
A giant Entei, Suicine, or Raikou plush in perfect condition will fetch $5,000 in today's market. That's only if the plush is from the Pokemon Center's original release, as these specific toys are no longer in production.
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