Gleaning its name from the Passion Orange Guava (POG) juice and the bottle caps fabled to be used in keeping the beverage fresh, pogs began in Hawaii before taking the world by storm.
Reaching its popularity in the late 90s, art featured anything from sports stars to comic book and television heroes, and decade-appropriate holographic drawings. When the pog bubble burst after about 3 years, there was so much oversaturation in the market that nothing is really super valuable.
That said, there are a couple of milkcaps that are hard to come by. We're not saying they'll hold their value over time, but you never know... Here are The 10 Rarest Pogs From the '90s