Gold Bottle Cap

The Gold Bottle Cap (Japanese: きんのおうかん Gold Bottle Cap) is a type of exchangeable item introduced in Generation VII. It is a more valuable version of the Bottle Cap.

Gold Bottle Cap
Gold Bottle Cap
Bag Gold Bottle Cap Sprite.png
Gold Bottle Cap
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation VII
Generation VII Bag Items HGSS pocket icon.png Items
Generation VIII Bag Treasures SwSh pocket icon.png Treasures
Generation IX Bag Other Items SwSh pocket icon.png Other Items
Power 30

In the core series games


Games Cost Sell price
N/A  5,000
SV N/A  15,000


Can be traded to Mr. HyperSMUSUMPE, a League Staff attendantSwSh, a VeteranBDSP, or a man with an AbomasnowSV to maximize all of a Pokémon's IVs in Hyper Training.


Games Description
A beautiful bottle cap that gives off a golden gleam. Some people are happy to receive one.
SV A lovely gold bottle cap, which is even rarer than a silver bottle cap. Certain people are delighted to be given one of these.


Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
SM Pokémon Sun and Moon Guide Book Gold Bottle Cap (Japanese event) Festival Plaza (Lottery shop: Treasure Hunt first prize)
Poké Pelago Isle Aphun (Rare-Treasure Hunting, Interesting-Item Hunting)
USUM Heahea City (held by the Mantine Surf Pikachu) Festival Plaza (Lottery shop: Treasure Hunt first prize)
Poké Pelago Isle Aphun (Rare-Treasure Hunting, Interesting-Item Hunting)
Battle Agency (defeat a boss)
Battle Tree (win streak of 50)
PE Rocket Game Corner
SwSh Battle Tower Battle Tower
Bridge Field (Digging Duo)
SwShIoA Cram-o-matic (Bottle Cap in slots #1, #3, and #4)
SV Academy Ace Tournament, Porto Marinada auction



Artwork from
Scarlet and Violet


  • The Japanese name of おうかん ōkan can mean "crown" or "bottle cap". The Korean and Chinese translations retain the "crown" meaning despite having different words for "bottle cap", since the item names in those languages were directly transcribed from Japanese.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 金色王冠 Gāmsīk Wòhnggūn
Mandarin 金色王冠 Jīnsè Wángguān
  French Capsule d'Or
  German Goldkronkorken
  Italian Tappo d'oro
  Korean 금왕관 Geum Wanggwan
  Spanish Chapa Dorada

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