An ultra-rare Pokémon Blastoise card has sold for US$360,000 (NZ$500,105) at an online auction.
Collectibles website CGC Trading Cards held a live bidding auction on YouTube last week for the holographic Blastoise card.
The 'presentation' card was commissioned in 1998 as part of a test pack to be shown at card shops "to demonstrate what an English Pokémon card would look like".
While other cards in the test pack had 'Magic: The Gathering' printed on the back, this card had a blank back.
There were only two of its kind ever created, but CGC believes that only one still exists.
"This is a historic moment ladies and gentlemen," the auctioneer said before reaching the final bid.
The successful bidder preferred to remain anonymous.
They almost tied the record for the highest amount paid for an English Pokémon card - a pair of Charizard cards sold for US$369,000 (NZ$512,607) each at auction late last year.