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#390921 - 04/04/04 01:45 PM A couple questions from a non-card collector
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Registered: 08/08/02
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Hi! I do not collect cards, but I have a couple items I got a while ago, first an uncut sheet of 2000 Topps baseball cards, and a box of Topps 2000 series 2 baseball cards. I was wondering if there is a market for uncut sheets, and what to do with the box of cards? Someone told me to open them all and look for the more valuable cards from that year, is that a wise thing to do? If I do open them, what should I look for? Thanks for the replies!
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#390922 - 10/20/05 05:54 PM Re: A couple questions from a non-card collector [Re: jtryka]

Registered: 01/04/05
Posts: 69
Loc: Southern US

Yes there is a market for uncut sheets. It is in my opinion that Uncut sheets do rather well on ebay. Also using Naxcom and listing a price that you would take for it might make it move. As for the series 2 2000 Topps there are a few nice rookies in the box that one might pull. Hope that helped, I know its general. I can get into detail if needed lmk..........Good Luck..........rob
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