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Old 05-09-2021, 02:18 PM
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Sadly, there's not a lot of value there. A couple of the cards may get some interest, but the great majority can be picked up for nothing. My advice is to do eBay searches for a bunch of these cards and check out only the SOLD prices. (Listing prices don't matter at all, because they are essentially useless as data. Anyone can ask whatever they want for a card, but it only counts if someone willingly pays said price.) That'll give you an idea of what similar cards sell for, and will help you move forward.

Now, for a personal opinion. I would assemble them into a bunch of groups of different cards/years/etc., in relatively small lots, and sell them that way. A nice little variety of 70's-80's HOF'ers.

Good luck!
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