Pokémon Signing Event - Changing in the Future??

Pokémon Signing Events

Changing in the Future??


Has 2022 defined Pokémon illustrators autograph events?

Pokémon Autographs have had some rather massive booms over the past year. With the recent spike in signing events, this may mark the beginning of the end for some practices many collectors have gotten used to.

These editorials are meant to spark discussion.  We will continue to update our blogs and Instagram on this topic  Please feel free to comment blow or engage directly with our IG accounts (@AestheticChimp or @DickandJanes1989)

Let’s take a fairly deep dive into some of the recent changes that are occurring at upcoming events and provide some recommendations for how to make future events better.

These slides and images presented our the information and discussion points. 

 Pokémon Autographs have had some rather massive booms over the past year






 As always, would love to hear your feedback in the comments! This is meant to be a discourse, not an absolute statement of fact. Together, we can all learn, grow, and build the best environment for this amazing part of the hobby together.

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Disclaimers and Transparency: Sales data was compiled through a few sources: PWCC Results, Goldin Auction Results, Heritage Auction Results, eBay Sales (sourced from 130point) and Private Sales Data. Some private sales data come from members of the community, other private sales data came from our own private sales. Some private sales included cards of exceptional nature and, while we recognize the importance of these sales and will touch on them when we discuss the highest known sales for each Autograph, these high-end outliers were not used in any statistical analysis that will follow. In total, we compiled roughly 100 data points across six primary illustrators: Arita, Fukuda, Saitou, Sugimori, Himeno and Nishida