In a video uploaded this week, YouTuber Smpratte showed off the rare Magikarp card, discussing its history, rarity, and value, though it’s unclear who bought the card and how Smpratte was allowed to handle it. In the video, he says it was sent to him by a “longtime good friend and business partner.”

According to him, he considers this one of the rarest Pokémon cards ever made. Considering it took over 20 years before we were able to get a video of it or have it verified by a grading company, I’m inclined to agree.

This is far from the most expensive Pokémon card sold in the last few years. In fact, we have a whole list dedicated to the priciest and rarest cards ever sold at auction, which you can check out here. Alternatively, if you want to see an example of someone getting screwed by all this Pokémon speculative buying and selling, you can always read about how Logan Paul spent more than $3 million on what he thought were Pokémon cards but instead were worthless G.I. Joe cards. Try not to laugh too much.