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Saved my dad's and uncle's and mine for my son but he isn't

Posted on: June 11, 2020 at 15:27:49 CT
TigerFan92 STL
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really interested.

I have at least 4 shoeboxes jammed pack.

Even have one of 1970s 1980s & 1990s hockey that a friend gave us since my son is into hockey.

I may try to sell them when I see a high. Has to be worth over $10K as some of the individual cards are worth in the $100s for sure. The ones from the 1950's and 1960's may be worth $1000s ... I haven't checked recently.

Wonder what the ones cut from the back of Hostess Twinkie and DingDong boxes in 1975 are worth ;-)

Edited by TigerFan92 at 15:32:34 on 06/11/20
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Sports cards as an asset class... - Gyro MU - 6/11 08:36:48
     I still love cards - kcmizzou99 MU - 6/11 13:37:08
          Saved my dad's and uncle's and mine for my son but he isn't - TigerFan92 STL - 6/11 15:27:49
               Twinkies stuff probably not much since we had to cut them - Erwin Fletcher STL - 6/11 19:37:54
                    lol yup(nm) - TigerFan92 STL - 6/11 20:54:07
     This is really poor advice. Im sure you knew that. Nm - yy4u MU - 6/11 12:08:33
          RE: This is really poor advice. Im sure you knew that. Nm - Gyro MU - 6/11 13:18:10




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