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Old 12-07-2009, 04:21 PM
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Default 1972 Sunoco DX Stamps

I have had these stamps for a long time and don"t even remember were I got them from. Are they very collectable and is it best to leave them as they came or open them up to see who is in them? There are 4 each of the Cowboys, Jets and Dolphins and 5 of the Eagles. Thanks! D.

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I remember getting those when I was a kid!

IMO, leave them be and sell them unopened if you want to get rid of them.
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Thanks for the reply I guess I will put then back in the box with the other stuff and let them age for the Grandson.
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The Sunoco individual stamps and full sheets are pretty common on Ebay.

I remember as a kid getting a call from my best friend late one night telling me he had just gotten a Bart Starr stamp.

As kids we made our parents buy gas at Sunoco just to get the stamps.
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