SpColl 41: Pokemon Collection

The Pokémon Collection consists of American and Japanese Pokémon memorabilia circa 1998-2002, approximately. The collection is composed of trading cards, stickers, advertisements, toys, cookie cutters, origami and much more from the beginning surge of Pokémon's popularity in the United States. Pokémon's launch into American culture occurred in the fall of 1998 with the release of the first two Game Boy games. Since then, more games, television shows, films, and toys grew out of the phenomenon, making it widely popular throughout the late 90s and 2000s.

Finding aid prepared by Travis Limbert, Spring-Fall 2011.

Inventory

Box 1
Realia - Trading Cards
Bag Number Title/Description/Inventory Manufacturer
1 Pokémon Trading Card Game Cards (18 Total) English cards for the Pokémon Trading Card Game from various different sets. In order by the set collector number. Produced by Wizards of the Coast.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©1999 Wizards of the Coast Inc.

Base Set (No Symbol) Made in 1999 -102 different cards
  • Chansey 3/102
  • Kakuna 33/102
  • Seel 41/102
  • Wartortle 42/102
  • Charmander 46/102
  • Gastly 50/102
  • Starmie 64/102
  • Tangela 66/102
  • Weedle 69/102
  • Fire Energy 98/102
  • Psychic Energy 101/102
Fossil (Fossil Foot) Made in 1999 - 62 different cards
  • Golbat 34/62
Neo Genesis (Double White Star)Made in 2001 - 111 different cards
  • Swinub 79/111
Promotional Cards (Star with the word Promo)
  • Zapdos 23
  • Entei 34
Pokémon Trading Card Game League Advertisement Inserts
  • Ancient Mew
  • Catch Mew!
  • Neo
Wizards of the Coast
2 Japanese Pokémon Trading Card Game Cards (59 Total)
Japanese version of the Pokémon Trading Card Game produced by the company Media Factory. The back of the cards are different from their English counterparts, the Japanese versions say Pocket Monster Card Game.
©1996 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
Media Factory
3 Meiji Japanese Chocolate Candy Box Card Inserts (11 Total)
Plastic Japanese Collector Cards that came in Meiji chocolate candy boxes. Each card features one Pokémon with its Japanese name written in English on the front with stats and information in Japanese on the back.

Inventory:

  • Bulbasaur (Fushigidane)
  • Charizard (Lizardon)
  • Blastoise (Kamex)
  • Arcanine (Windie)
  • Alakazam (Foodin)
  • Gengar (Gangar)
  • Articuno (Freezer)
  • Croconaw (Alligates)
  • Teddiursa (Himeguma)
  • Hitmontop (Kapoerer)
  • Smoochum (Muchul)
Meiji
4 Topps Pokémon Trading Cards (18 Total)
Trading Cards of different Pokémon produced and made by the company Topps. The front contains the picture, name and number of a Pokémon. On the back is a description of the Pokémon and which episode, if any, that Pokémon first appeared in on the television show. These cards are part of the TV Animation Edition.

Inventory:

  • #10 Caterpie
  • #22 Fearow
  • #30 Nidorina
  • #31 Nidoqueen
  • #39 Jigglypuff
  • #49 Venomoth
  • #52 Meowth
  • #53 Persian
  • #57 Primeape
  • #60 Poliwag
  • #61 Poliwhirl
  • #64 Kadabra
  • #68 Machamp
  • #69 Bellsprout
  • #71 Victreebell
  • #75 Golem
  • #151 Dragonite
  • 1 Pokémon Check List
Topps
5 Topps Pokémon Trading Cards Mewtwo Strikes Back (8 Total)
Trading Cards of different Pokémon produced and made by the company Topps. The front contains a screen shot still from the movie Mewtwo Strikes Back. On the back is a description of one of the movie scene and its relation to the overall narrative. These cards are part of the Movie Animation Edition.

Inventory:

  • #1 Legends
  • #3 Consciousness and Congratulations
  • #9 Ash and Company
  • #16 A Call to Arms
  • #22 The Trainer's Failure
  • #24 The Story of Mewtwo
  • #34 The Ultimate Match
  • #36 Ash's Sacrifice

Topps Pokémon Trading Cards Mewtwo Strikes Back Stickers
Trading Cards with stickers of different Pokémon produced and made by the company Topps. The front contains six stickers of various Pokémon. These cards are part of the Movie Animation Edition.

First Sticker Pokémon:

  • Ekans
  • Koffing
  • Weezing
  • Meowth
  • Persian
  • Arbok

Second Sticker Pokémon:

  • Scyther
  • Snorlax
  • Mankey
  • Clafairy
  • Lapras
  • Gloom
Topps
6 Topps Pokémon Trading Cards Pikachu's Vacation (4 Total )
Trading Cards of different Pokémon produced and made by the company Topps. The front contains a screen shot still from the movie Pikachu's Vacation. On the back is a description of one of the movie scene and its relation to the overall narrative. These cards are part of the Movie Animation Edition.

Inventory:

  • #45 Togepi In Trouble
  • #47 The Water Race is On!
  • #50 The “Tail” End of the Race
  • #54 Teamwork
Topps
7 Candy Planet Pokémon Collecting Cards (4 Total )
Pokémon cards that came in packets of gym produced by Candy Planet. ©1999 Candy Planet.

Inventory:

  • #09 Blastoise
  • #14 Kakuna
  • #20 Raticate
  • #26 Raichu
Candy Planet
8 Pokémon Playing Deck
A standard, four suite 52 card deck with two Jokers. Every heart and diamond card features Pikachu. The spade and club cards feature different Pokémon. The back of the playing deck is a picture of Pikachu with the phrase Pocket Monsters and some Japanese Kanji on a solid black background. Made in Taiwan.
Nintendo
Box 2
Realia - Trading Card-Related Materials
Bag Number Title/Description/Inventory Manufacturer
1 Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck Boxes
These are cardboard boxes used to sell various pre-constructed theme decks for the advance level of the Pokémon Trading Card Game from various different sets. The boxes came with 60 tradable/playable cards, 10 damage counters, and 1 Pokémon card game rulebook. Produced by Wizards of the Coast.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©1999 Wizards of the Coast Inc.

Fossil Set -1999:

  • BodyGuard
  • LockDown
Team Rocket -2000
  • Trouble
Gym Heroes -2000
  • Brock
  • Misty
  • Erika
  • Lt. Surge
Gym Challenge -2000
  • Giovanni
Neo Genesis -2001
  • HotFoot
Wizards of the Coast
2 Pokémon Trading Card Game Flip Coins
These coins are made to be used as part of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. These different coins feature different Pokémon on one side and Pokémon type symbols from the card game on the other side.

Alakazam Coin
This coin is purple and black on one side and features the Pokémon Alakazam. The other side is blue and white and features different Pokémon type symbols.
©2000.

Arcanine Coin
This coin is red and black on one side and features the Pokémon Arcanine. The other side is solid black and features different Pokémon type symbols.

Chansey Coin
This coin is silver and black on one side and features the Pokémon Chansey. The other side is blue and white and features different Pokémon type symbols.
©1999.

Lugia Coin
This coin is made of metal and is solid silver on one side and features the Pokémon Lugia. The other side is also silver and features the word Pokémon.
©2001.

Meowth Coin
This coin is silver and black on one side and features the Pokémon Meowth. The other side is blue and white and features different Pokémon type symbols.
©2000.
Wizards of the Coast
3 Pokémon Trading Card Game Booster Cardboard Packaging
Cardboard packaging that held a Pokémon Jungle set booster pack for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. The boosters came with 11 tradable/playable cards. The back has an explanation of the new Pokémon set along with information for beginner players and other Pokémon card products. Produced by Wizards of the Coast.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©1999 Wizards of the Coast Inc.
Wizards of the Coast
4 Pokémon Trading Card Game League Play Mat
Paper play mat for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Includes information about the card game and the first Pokémon movie.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©2000 Wizards of the Coast Inc.
©2000 Warner Bros.
Wizards of the Coast
5 Pokémon Trading Card Game Card Lists
Foldable lists of the cards in a particular set of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Each list has a checkbox for card collection and a list of cards that come in the pre-constructed deck of the set. Each list also contains the list of cards in some previous sets. Produced by Wizards of the Coast.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Inventory:

  • Fossil
  • Team Rocket
  • Gym Heroes
  • Gym Challenge
  • Neo Genesis
Wizards of the Coast
6 Pokémon Trading Card Game Booster Wrappers
Wrappers from booster packs for the Pokémon Trading Card Game from various different sets. The boosters came with 11 tradable/playable cards. Produced by Wizards of the Coast.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©1999 Wizards of the Coast Inc.

Base Set -1999
  • 1st Edition — Charizard
  • Blastoise
  • Venusaur
Jungle -1999
  • 1st Edition — Flareon
  • 1st Edition — Scyther
  • 1st Edition —Wigglytuff
  • Flareon
  • Wigglytuff
Fossil -1999
  • Aerodactyl
  • Lapras
  • Zapdos
Base Set 2 -2000
  • Gyarados
Team Rocket -2000
  • 1st Edition — Jessie and James
  • 1st Edition — Collage of Jessie and James, various Pokémon,and Giovanni
  • Jessie and James
  • Collage of Jessie and James, various Pokémon, and Giovanni
  • Giovanni
  • Gyarados
Gym Heroes -2000
  • Misty
  • Erika
  • Lt. Surge
Gym Challenge -2000
  • Blaine
  • Sabrina
  • Giovanni
Neo Genesis -2001
  • 1st Edition — Feraligatr
  • 1st Edition — Meganium
  • 1st Edition — Typhlosion
  • Feraligatr
  • Lugia
  • Typhlosion
Neo Revelation -2001
  • Raikou
Wizards of the Coast
7 Japanese Pokémon Trading Card Game Booster Wrappers
Team Rocket Gym Masters Gym Challenge ??? (Set Unknown)
Media Factory
8 Pokémon Trading Card Game Rule Books
Rules books for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Produced by Wizards of the Coast.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Inventory:
  • Starter Rules Version 1
  • Advanced Rulebook Version 2
  • Rulebook Version 3
  • Advanced Rulebook Version 3
  • Advanced Rulebook Version 4
Wizards of the Coast
9

Japanese Pokémon Trading Card Game Instruction Booklet
Japanese rule book for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Teaches players how to play the card game.
©1995, 1996 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Japanese Pokémon Trading Card Blaine Game Instruction Booklet
Japanese rule book for the Pokémon Trading Card Game featuring Blaine. This rule book was part of a Blaine gym deck set that also features card, deck box and coin.

Media Factory
10 Japanese Pokémon Trading Card Blaine Game Deck Box
Cardboard boxes used to sell the Japanese Blaine gym leader theme decks for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. The boxes came with 60 tradable/playable cards, 1 instruction booklet and 1 Pokémon game coin.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
Media Factory
11 Pokémon Trading Card Game Counter Beads Sealed Bag
A small sealed bag of 7 blue and 3 yellow plastic beads for use in the Pokémon Trading Card Game. These counters are used to mark changes while playing the game.
Wizards of the Coast
Box 3
Realia - Food-Related Materials
Bag Number Title/Description/Inventory Manufacturer
1 Pokémon Pop-tarts Wild Cherry Box
Limited Edition box for Kellogg's Wild Cherry Pop-tarts with Pokémon sprinkles. The box has promotional art for the Pokémon 2000 movie. On the back there is an advertisement for a Pokémon Battle Figure in other Pop-tart boxes.
Kellogg
2

Burger King Pokémon Paper Bags
Brown paper bag for Burger King food that features on one side the Pokémon Nidoran♂, Nidorino, and Nidoking and on the other side list the six Special Edition Pokémon 23kt. Gold-Plated Pokémon Cards that come in a special Poké Ball.

White paper bag for Burger King Big Kid's Meal that features on one side Pikachu and a promotion for the Pokémon 2000 movie and on the other side lists the five different Pokémon toys available in the Burger King Big Kid's Meal.

Burger King
3 Burger King Pokémon Fry Containers
Paper container for a Burger King French fry order that features Pikachu with its arms extended on the front and hold a Poké Ball on the back. Cardboard container for a Burger King French fry order that features Mewtwo on both sides.
Burger King
4 Special Edition Pokémon 23kt. Gold-Plated Pokémon Cards/ Poké Ball Boxes
There are two boxes for the Special Edition Pokémon 23kt. Gold-Plated Pokémon Cards that come in a special Poké Ball. One box features the Pokémon Mewtwo and the other one features Togepi. These were special edition items that were sold for a limited time exclusively at Burger King.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
Burger King
5 Pokémon Burger King Big Kids Adventures Activity Insert
Volume 11 Issue 12 of the Burger King Big Kids meal insert that features Pokémon Gold and Silver. This is a two page insert that discusses the new Pokémon Game Boy Game Pokémon Gold and Silver, the new Burger King toys that are promoting the new Pokémon games, tips for players of the game, a Pokémon themed word search puzzle, a Pokémon themed paper-folding activity, a Pokémon draw-by-numbers, advertisement for Burger King food and a list of the available Pokémon themed Big Kid's meal toys.
Burger King
6 Pokémon Rice Packet
Japanese Rice ball packet by Nagatanien that features a watercolor version of the Pokémon Psyduck.
Nintendo
7 Burger King Pokémon Toy Paper Insert
Toy Paper insert for the Burger King Pokémon toy Mini Game Boy Toy from the Burger King Kid's Meal. Presented is an explanation of how the toy works and have a mail in offer to join the Burger King Kinds Fan Club.
Burger King
8 Burger King Pokémon Plastic Toy Bags
White plastic bag that has red and black ink used to display a Poké Ball. Contains the phrase “57 Collectable Toys only at BURGER KING”. Clear plastic bag that on the front has an image with the phrase “Pokémon Power” and a collection of 23 different Pokémon. It also has the phrase “Collect all 24!”. It is also listed as for the Pokémon 2000 movie.
Burger King
9 3 Burger King Pokémon 2000 Toy Paper Inserts
Light blue colored inserts that came with Burger King Pokémon Toys for the Pokémon 2000 movie. Each insert has a check off list of different Pokémon on the front and back. The insert opens up and on the inside explains one type of toy and the various other Pokémon versions of that toy.

There is a separate insert for the following toy type:

  • Action
  • Glow-in-the-Dark
  • Talking

5 Burger King Pokémon Toy Paper Inserts
Dark blue colored inserts that came with Burger King Pokémon Toys. Each insert has a check off list of different Pokémon on the front and back. The insert opens up and on the inside explains one type of toy and the various Pokémon versions that toys come in.

There is a separate insert for the following toy type:

  • Key Rings
  • Launchers
  • Poké Beanbags
  • Rev-Tops
  • Squirters
Burger King
10 13 Burger King Pokémon PokéTrivia cards
These are cardboard card inserts that came with Burger King Meals that came in nine card sheets that each features a different Pokémon and a question concerning Pokémon. Part of a promotion for the Pokémon movie, Mewtwo Strikes Back. There are two sheets of cards, Master Trainer collection number 5 and 14, and an individual collection of cards from other sets.

Individual cards:

  • #03 Venusaur
  • #06 Charizard
  • #18 Pidgeot
  • #20 Raticate
  • #25 Pikachu
  • #33 Nidorino
  • #50 Diglett
  • #54 Psyduck
  • #56 Mankey
  • #60 Poliway
  • #123 Scyther
  • #129 Magikarp
  • #134 Vaporeon
Burger King
11 Pokémon Rolls Wrappers
Pokémon themed Punch Red fruit snacks by General Mills. Fruit snack wrappers used to promote the Pokémon Trading card game. There are four red wrappers that each feature a different Pokémon and list that Pokémon's types, height, weight, attacks, description, collector number and a picture.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©1999 General Mills Inc.

Inventory:

  • #25 Pikachu
  • #36 Jigglypuff
  • #63 Abra
  • #95 Onyx

Pokémon themed Punch Red fruit snacks by General Mills. There is only one of this type which is golden in color. This wrapper features the Pokémon Hoothoot and lists its height, weight, picture and description.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©2000 General Mills Inc.

General Mills
12 Pokémon Gum Wrappers
Pokémon themed gum wrappers that used to contain printed bubble game and puzzle card. Made by Candy Planet there are four wrappers each with different images on the front and numbered in the upper right corner.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©1999 Candy Planet Co.

Inventory:

  • #1 Wrapper features Ash Ketchum hugging Pikachu.
  • #2 Features Ash Ketchum, Brock, and Misty alongside Pokémon Pikachu, Psyduck and Jigglypuff
  • #3 Features the Pokémon (In order from front to back and by size) Pikachu, Poliwhirl, Gengar, Blastoise, and Charizard.
  • #4 Features Team Rocket with Jessie and James and the Pokémon Haunter and Meowth.
Candy Planet
13 Pokémon Oscar Mayer Lunchable Cardboard Back
A cardboard back from an Oscar Mayer Lunchable that features twelve miniature cutout-able Pokémon cards. The box back also has a list for a contest to win Nintendo prizes like Game Boys, Nintendo 64s, and Pokémon Game Boy games.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©1999 Oscar Mayer Foods.
Oscar Mayer
14 Pokémon Cracker Jack Bag
99¢ Cracker Jack bag that features a Pokémon prize inside. It also has a rebate on the back for $3.00 off the video version of the Pokémon 2000 movie.
Frito-Lay
15 Pokémon Cracker Jack Insert
Cracker Jack sticker prize that features a sticker of the Pokémon Tangela.
Frito-Lay
16 Japanese Instant Noodle Mix Wrappers
One large Japanese noodle wrapper that features Pikachu and Marill. The package is for Pokémon themed noodles. There are also five different flavor packet wrappers that each features a different Pokémon on both sides.

The Pokémon that are featured are:

  • Lapras - Nidorina
  • Marill - Eevee
  • Pikachu - Farfetch'd
  • Slowking - Magikarp
  • Togepi - Hitmonlee
Unknown
17 Pokémon Cap Candy Boxes
These boxes were made by Cap Candy and used to contain candy and a Pokémon figure. Each box features a different Pokémon on the front that was supposed to be the prize inside. The side of the box has a checklist for each different Pokémon prize available. There is a box for each Pokémon in the set.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
©2000 OddzOn, Inc.

Inventory:

  • Ivysaur #02
  • Charmander #04
  • Squirtle #07
  • Pikachu #25
  • Wigglytuff #40
  • Golbat #42
  • Meowth #52
  • Geodude #74
  • Gengar #94
  • Snorlax #143
Cap Candy
18 Meiji Japanese Chocolate Candy Boxes
Boxes for chocolate candies by the Meiji. Each box contained candy and a few trading cards that also featured different Pokémon.

Inventory:

  • Yellow box featuring Ash and Pikachu
  • Yellow box featuring Pikachu, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, Togepi, Marill
  • Gold box featuring Pichu, Pikachu, Ho-Oh, Houndour, Espeon
  • Blue box featuring Pichu, Pikachu, Igglybuff, Cleffa, Hoppip, Aipom
Meiji
19 Japanese Pokémon Cookie Box
A Japanese orange box that used to contain small cookies shaped like the Pokémon Clafairy. The box also contained a small Pokémon picture insert. Produced by Meiji.
Meiji
20 Pikachu Cupcake Decoration
A small yellow, flat plastic Pikachu that has a stake in the bottom so it can be inserted into a cupcake for decoration.
Nintendo
21 Box of Pokémon Candy Casts
Candy casts used to make chocolate and other candy into Pokémon shapes. Made in Japan by Tomy. The casts feature Marill, Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Bellossom, Elekid, and Togepi.
Tomy
22 Box of Pokémon Cookie Cutters
Cookie cutters used to make cookie shaped Pokémon. Made in Japan by Tomy. Contents still in original packaging. The cookie cutters feature Marill, Pikachu, Bellossom, and Chikorita.
Tomy
23 KFC Kid's Meal Pokémon Cards
Small cardboard box with Pikachu on the front that contains four copies of each Pokémon card. These cards contain the name, collector number, height, length, and technical attacks of the individual Pokémon.
©1998 Nintendo. Applause/China.
©1998 KFC.

Inventory:

  • #02 Ivysaur
  • #06 Charizard
  • #25 Pikachu
  • #95 Onix
  • #123 Scyther
  • #143 Snorlax
  • #149 Dragonite
KFC
Box 4
Realia - Toy-Related Materials
Bag Number Title/Description/Inventory Manufacturer
1 Pokémon Figure Cardboard Packaging Backs
The cardboard backs from the packaging that was used to sell some of the Pokémon figurines. These cardboard backs list other figures within the set and explain the rules to the Pokémon Battle Disc Competition. The three backs are from different series. The front of the first two depicts Ash Ketchum and Pikachu where the last one only features a Poké Ball.

Listed by front title:

  • Pokémon Ball Blaster
  • Movie 5-Pack with Battle Disk
  • Collectable Poké-Pack
Tomy/Hasbro
2 Pokémon Figures
Made by the company Tomy in the late 1990s, these are roughly 2” tall figurines made of plastic of different Pokémon.' Part of a set call Pokémon Battle Disc Competition. Distributed by Hasbro in the United States, ©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Listed in order by collector number:

  • #14 Kakuna
  • #15 Beedrill
  • #16 Pidgey
  • #18 Pidgeot
Tomy/Hasbro
3 Pokémon Figures
Made by the company Tomy in the late 1990s, these are roughly 2” tall figurines made of plastic of different Pokémon. Part of a set call Pokémon Battle Disc Competition. Distributed by Hasbro in the United States, ©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Listed in order by collector number:

  • #19 Rattata
  • #20 Raticate
  • #25 Pikachu
  • #26 Raichu
Tomy/Hasbro
4 Pokémon Figures
Made by the company Tomy in the late 1990s, these are roughly 2” tall figurines made of plastic of different Pokémon. Part of a set call Pokémon Battle Disc Competition. Distributed by Hasbro in the United States, ©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Listed in order by collector number:

  • #27 Sandshrew
  • #28 Sandslash
  • #52 Meowth
  • #56 Mankey
Tomy/Hasbro
5 Pokémon Figures
Made by the company Tomy in the late 1990s, these are roughly 2” tall figurines made of plastic of different Pokémon. Part of a set call Pokémon Battle Disc Competition. Distributed by Hasbro in the United States, ©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Listed in order by collector number:

  • #57 Primeape
  • #74 Geodude
  • #76 Golem
  • #136 Flareon
  • #149 Dragonite
Tomy/Hasbro
6 Team Rocket Jessie Figure
A 6" tall plastic figure made by the company Tomy in 1998 of the human character Jessie from the Pokémon television show.
Tomy
7 Pokémon Pogs
Small cardboard circle disks that feature different images of Pokémon along with individual stats for each Pokémon including height and weight.

Inventory (numbered):

  • #11 Metapod
  • #12 Butterfree
  • #14 Kakuna
  • #15 Beedrill
  • #16 Pidgey
  • #18 Pidgeot
  • #19 Rattata
  • #20 Raticate
  • #24 Arbok
  • #25 Pikachu
  • #26 Raichu
  • #27 Sandshrew
  • #28 Sandslash
  • #52 Meowth
  • #60 Poliwag
  • #61 Poliwhirl
  • #62 Poliwrath
  • #74 Geodude
  • #76 Golem
  • #94 Gengar
  • #133 Eevee
  • #136 Flareon
  • #146 Moltres

Inventory (non-numbered):

  • Ledyba
  • Marill
  • Slowking
Tomy/Hasbro
8 Japanese “Puramon” series, Pocket Monster Assemble and Play Figure Box
Box for the Japanese “Puramon” series of assemble and play movable plastic figures of different Pokémon. This box is for the Pokémon Scyther, also known as Strike on the box. The box also features Ash and Pikachu.
Unknown
9

Japanese Pokémon Toy Blastoise Model Box
This is a Japanese box for Pokémon toy model of the Pokémon Blastoise. Blastoise is a 1/20 Scale Injection Kit. The figure came in different pieces and had to be assembled. Made by Bandai. Serial number PM-009.

Japanese Pokémon Toy Charizard Model Box
This is a Japanese box for Pokémon toy model of the Pokémon Charizard. Charizard is a 1/20 Scale Injection Kit. The figure came in different pieces and had to be assembled. Made by Bandai. Serial number PM-012.

Bandai
10 Japanese Pokémon Toy Cardboard Pocket
Yellow Japanese cardboard pocket packaging box for a single Pokémon figurine. The package is mostly yellow and features eight different Pokémon on the cover along with two members of Team Rocket.
Nintendo
11

Pokémon Toy Figures Box featuring Misty
This is a box for Japanese Pokémon figures produced by Bandai. The set features figures of the Pokémon trainer Misty and her four Pokémon: Togepi , Golduck, Horsea, and Staryu.
©Bandai 1999.

Pocket Monsters Toy Figures Box
Box for Japanese Pokémon figures produced by Bandai. The set came with six Pokémon: Pikachu, Lapras, Eevee, Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon.
©Bandai 1999.

Bandai
12 Pokémon Figure Paper Collector Sheet Insert
Paper insert that came with the Pokémon figures by Tomy. It is a list of the Pokémon from #1 to #150 by collector number, along with name, height and weight. Distributed by Hasbro in the United States, ©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
Tomy/Hasbro
13 Japanese Pokémon Toy Model 2000 Boxes
Collection of three different Japanese boxes for Pokémon Toy figurines of the three legendary Pokémon from Pokémon Gold and Silver. Each box is for one of the different Pokémon and the Pokémon on the cover is for the figure that came inside. The figure came in different pieces and had to be assembled. Made by Bandai.

Inventory:

  • Raikou
  • Entei
  • Suicune
Bandai
14 Japanese Pokémon Toy Figure Boxes
Collection of different Japanese boxes for Pokémon Toy figurines. Each box features the Pokémon Pikachu and Togepi on the cover (expect the last one which features Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres),some are a different color, and each one has a different collector number.

Inventory:

  • No. 1 Red Box
  • No. 2 Red Box
  • No. 3 Red Box
  • No. 4 Pink Box
  • No. 5 Pink Box
  • No. 6 Blue Box
  • No. 10 Green Box
  • No. 11 Yellow Box
  • No. 12 Green Box
  • No. 15 Red Box Pokémon Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres
Bandai
15 Japanese Pokémon Toy Figure Boxes
This is a collection of different Japanese boxes for Pokémon Toy figurines. Each box features different Pokémon on the cover, is a different color, and has a different collector number.

Inventory:

  • No. 6 Purple Box Pokémon Marill
  • No. 7 Red Box Pokémon Mewtwo
  • No. 146 Green Box Pokémon Gyarados
  • No. 166 Yellow Box Pokémon Scizor
Bandai
16 Japanese Pokémon Toy Figure Collector Checklist Inserts
Two different checklist inserts for Japanese Pokémon figures. Each checklist features 20 different Pokémon with a collector number and picture.
Tomy
17 Japanese Pokemon Stamp Boxes
Two boxes for Japanese stamps which each feature a different Pokémon.

Inventory:

  • The first is for a traditional stamp that features the Pokémon Chicorita.
  • The second is for a roller stamp that features the Pokémon Igglybuff, Pichu, and Cleffa
Bandai
18 Japanese Pokémon Holder Box
Japanese box for a single Pokémon figurine. There is a possible one of eight different figures that can come in the box.
Tomy
19 Japanese Pokémon Kid's Collector Cards
2.5” by 2” cards that goes along with the Japanese figurines. Each has a picture and collector number a different Pokémon on the front and a check off sheet on the back.
©Bandai 1998.

Inventory:

  • No. 4 Charizard
  • No. 30 Haunter
  • No. 34 Cubone
  • No. 74 Magnemite
  • No. 104 Diglett
  • No. 127 Gengar
  • No. 153 Elekid
  • No. 155 Bellossom
  • No. 156 Hoothoot
  • No. 157 Slowking
  • No. 159 Totodile
  • No. 185 Miltank
  • No. 187 Unown
  • No. 193 Natu
  • No. 194 Forretress
  • No. 220 Meganium
  • No. 221 Slugma
  • No. 244 Ho-Oh
  • No. 248 Smoochum
Bandai
20 Pokémon Toy Figure Cardboard List
Japanese picture listing of different Pokémon toy figures produced by Bandai.
©Bandai 1999.
Bandai
21 Pokémon Mystery Poké Packs Bag
Packaging bag for Pokémon Mystery Poké Packs which contained four different figures of different Pokémon. There were 151 different Pokémon in the series.
Hasbro
22 Japanese Toy Figures
1.5” by 1.5” plastic Pokémon figures with Japanese writing on the bottom.

Inventory:

  • Nidoran♂ with a blue base
  • Ninetales with an orange base
Tomy
23 Burger King Pokémon 2000 Toys
This toy is a (3” x 4”) plastic portrait of a different Pokémon. This toy was produced for Burger King Kid's meals and was part of a promotion for the movie Pokémon 2000. Each portrait then can be placed on a different base which causes the Pokémon to slightly move.

Pokemon: Marill, Moltres
Burger King
24 Burger King Pokémon 2000 Toys
These toys are (3” x 4”) plastic portraits of the Pokémon Porygon and Venonat. These toys were produced for Burger King Kid's meals and were part of a promotion for the movie Pokémon 2000. Each portrait then can be placed on a different base which causes the Pokémon to slightly move.

Pokemon: Porygon, Venonat
Burger King
25 Burger King Pokémon 2000 Toy Bases
These are plastic toy bases that go along with the Burger King Pokémon toys for Burger King Kid's meals and were part of a promotion for the movie Pokémon 2000.

Inventory:

  • Green, leafy looking base
  • Blue, water wave base
  • Yellow, thunderbolt base
  • Grey, steel like base
  • Neon yellow base
Burger King
26

Burger King Game Boy Color Toys
Miniature fake Game Boy Color toys that were produced as toys for Burger King Kid's meals. Each toy depicts a different Pokémon and has a slot in the back where fake game cartridges (also featuring Pokémon) can be inserted. After this cartridge is inserted different parts of the Game Boy Color toy become movable.

Lime Green Game Boy Color featuring Ledyba
This Game Boy Color is lime green and features the Pokémon Ledyba. Once a cartridge is inserted the top button can be pressed to reveal a different image of Ledyba.

Yellow Game Boy Color featuring Sunflora
This Game Boy Color is yellow and features the Pokémon Sunflora. Once a cartridge is inserted the top button can be pressed to make Sunflora's head and arms move up and down.

Burger King
27 Mock Game Cartridge Inserts

Inventory:

  • Silver Insert featuring the Pokémon Tauros
  • Gold Insert featuring the Pokémon Drowzee
  • Gold Insert featuring the Pokémon Slowbro
Burger King
Box 5
Realia - Miscellaneous
Bag Number Title/Description/Inventory Manufacturer
1 Pokémon Cloth Bag
Light Blue cloth bag (4” X 8”) that features on both sides the phrase Pocket Monsters and the faces of Marill, Pikachu, and Togepi. ©Nintendo.
Nintendo
2 Pokémon Holiday Tree Ornament
Cardboard circle ornament for Christmas tree. The ornament is blue and features Pikachu. Printed by Prima Games and is ©1995-1999 Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK inc.
Prima Games
3 Pokémon Blue Trainer's Guide
The game insert that came with the original Pokémon Red and Blue Games from Game Boy released in the United States in 1998. This guide is for the Pokémon Blue version. The guide has a short explanation about the story behind the game, an introduction to characters, different Pokémon, and a how to play section. Also featured in the back is an uncompleted Pokémon list.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, GAME FREAK, and Nintendo of America.
Nintendo
4 Pokémon Origami
Pokémon origami from Japan, still in its original packaging. Instructions and inserts to making origami based on three different Pokémon: Eevee, Pikachu, Charmander.
©Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK -TV Tokyo-Sho-Pro-JR Kikaku
GrimmHobby
5 Nintendo Power Player's Guide Offer
Advertisement and mail order form for the magazine Nintendo Power and for the Player's Guide for Pokémon Gold and Silver. The front features Professor Elm and the Pokémon Totodile, Chikorita, and Cyndaquil.
©1995-2000 Nintendo/Creatures inc/GAME FREAK inc. Printed in Japan.
Nintendo
6

Japanese Cubone Sticker
A Japanese sticker of the Pokémon Cubone, listed as number 38.

Large Japanese Cubone and Marowak Sticker Set
Sticker set that features the Pokémon Cubone and Marowak. One larger sticker that features both Pokémon and three smaller stickers that feature just one of the Pokémon and a rice ball.

Japanese Pikachu and Raichu Sticker
Japanese sticker that features the Pokémon Pikachu and Raichu.

Nintendo Nagatanien Nintendo
7 Japanese Pokémon Sticker Packets Collection
This is a collection of 34 Japanese Pokémon sticker packets that a bound together. These stickers are part of a Hyper Sticker Collection and features various different Pokémon.
Nintendo
8 Japanese Pokémon Stickers
136 different 2in X 2in Japanese Pokémon stickers. These stickers are part of a Hyper Sticker Collection and features various different Pokémon.
Nintendo
9 Japanese Pokémon Advertisement
A Japanese paper advertisement that mostly features the Pokémon Pikachu and Togepi, but also a few other Pokémon.
Banpresto
10

Pokémon Action Flipz Wrapper
Wrapper for four Action Flipz Pokémon card and one sticker. The wrapper features the Pokémon Pikachu and Raichu.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Holographic Action Flipz Cards
Small holographic cards (2” x 2”) that the image changes depending how it is held. It shows a first form of a Pokémon and its evolution form. Part of the Premier Edition. Produced by Artbox.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Listed in order by collector number:

  • No. 03 #35 Clefairy, #36 Clefable
  • No. 16 #118 Goldeen, #119 Seaking
  • No. 26 #81 Magnemite, #82 Magneton
  • No. 27 #56 Mankey, #57 Primeape
Artbox
11 Pokémon Memo Notebook
Memo notebook (3” x 5”) featuring the Pokémon Weezing on the cover. 60 sheets, Made in Brazil.
©1995, 1996, and 1998 by Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.
Nintendo
12

Machamp Pencil Top
A small pencil decoration (1.5” x 1”) that features the Pokémon Machamp holding a brown bolder of its head. Has a small plastic cap at the bottom so the Pokémon can sit on top of a pencil eraser.

Pikachu Pin
Small Pikachu pin (1in x 1in) that has a clasp on the back for pinning it to items.

Squirtle Rubber Disk
1” round blue rubber circle that features the Pokémon Squirtle on the front and nothing on the back.

Totodile Plastic Piece
2” by 1.5” yellow plastic piece that features the Pokémon Totodile on the front and nothing on the back.

Unknown
13

Pokémon Slide Picture
A small (2” x 2”) projector picture of the Pokémon Articuno. ©Nintendo, CREATURES, and GAME FREAK.

Manufacturer's Coupon for Pokémon: The First Movie
Small paper coupon from the manufacture for $2.00 off the VHS or DVD purchase of Pokémon: The First Movie. The coupon expired 5/15/2000.

Nintendo Warner Home Video
14 Pokémon Snorlax Puzzle
3” x 2.5” plastic orange puzzle featuring Snorlax. The puzzle is made up of 15 different tiles that can be moved around to form a picture of the Pokémon Snorlax.
Unknown
15 Pokémon Puzzle Blocks
Four piece cube puzzle made up images of Pokémon. If the four pieces are placed together they make a full picture of a single Pokémon. Pokémon featured Pikachu, Gengar, Poliwrath, Flareon, Golem, and Bulbasaur.
Applause
16 Pokémon — PokéRom
Interactive and unique half CD-ROM for Windows 95/98 and Macintosh computers. Each disk contains different Pokémon for games and levels. Meant to teach school subjects like math and reading to young children through the use of Pokémon. For grades 1-5.
©1995, 1996 and 1998.

Inventory:

  • #01 Bulbasaur
  • #04 Charmander
  • #07 Squirtle
  • #25 Pikachu
  • #61 Poliwhirl
  • #150 Mewtwo
Mattel
17 Pokémon — PokéRom 2000
Interactive and unique half CD-ROM for Windows 95/98 and Macintosh computers. Made for the release of the Pokémon 2000 movie. Each disk contains different Pokémon for games and levels. Meant to teach school subjects like math, and reading to young children through the use of Pokémon. For grades 1-5.
©1997-2000.

Inventory:

  • #145 Zapdos
  • #146 Moltres
  • #163 Hoothoot
  • #165 Ledyba
  • #175 Togepi
  • #183 Marill
  • #199 Slowking
Mattel