Discover the best blue gem pattern seeds for the Classic Knife Case Hardened in CS:GO. Only 13 out of 1,000 possible seeds are genuine blue gems. These rare patterns greatly increase the value of a case-hardened knife due to its high demand and ultra-low supply.
Best Possible Classic Knife Blue Gem Seed
- Paint seed 316
Rank 1 Classic Knife Blue Gem Seeds
- Paint seed 169
- Paint seed 180
- Paint seed 281
- Paint seed 288
- Paint seed 316
- Paint seed 403
- Paint seed 456
- Paint seed 468 (backside)
- Paint seed 577
- Paint seed 583
- Paint seed 585
- Paint seed 601
- Paint seed 681
Less Desirable Classic Knife Blue Gem Seeds
- Paint seeds (0-499): 55, 58, 107, 144 (backside), 157, 166, 167, 241 (backside), 294, 345 (backside), 351, 383, 404, 447 (backside), 497 (backside)
- Paint seeds (500-1000): 516, 557 (backside), 606, 634, 640 (backside), 649 (backside), 651, 667, 680, 748, 812, 890 (backside), 909, 910, 946
Why are Blue Gems so expensive?
The best blue gem patterns will always cost significantly more than market value because they are sought after by collectors. If you happen to unbox a case-hardened skin, the odds of it being a rank one blue gem are slim to none, often less than a one percent chance. The light blue skins may not look cool to the average player, but owning one of these rare patterns is an enormous flex to anyone who understands how expensive they are.
How much will a rank one Blue Gem cost?
There is no simple value for how much a rank one blue gem will cost since they are so uncommon, but they have sold for several hundred times their average case-hardened market value in the past. A collector owning a Karambit Case Hardened blue gem famously declined an offer of one and a half million dollars for his beloved number one best pattern blue gem knife.
We hope our guide on the Classic Knife Case Hardened Blue Gem pattern has been helpful. If you have any questions or want to share your trades, feel free to do so in the comment section.