, , , , , , , , , , , codes you name it! The Snap cards are from 1999 release of the Snap 64 Nintendo game.
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Thanks for the info.
The most common way to organize Pokemon cards is by set.
If you look on wish or even online for cheap cheap packs then you can find fakes left and right.
It seems the set had been comprised of two half-decks of Latias and Latios.
I make due with what I get from the packs.
I got rid of the search box when I added the divider rows with the name of the series.
Get them with trust and confidence.
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|The following table is a complete list of Pokemon card sets, sorted by date… the newest sets are at the top… the oldest are at the bottom||Good luck! I updated the end date too|
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