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    Join Date: Sep 2008
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    90's hockey cards?

    anyone collect them?

    i'm trying to find out if i have anything worth any money.... i just found in a closet my old cards.... 1990-92 full sets. but no idea where to really find prices or anything

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    Join Date: Sep 2008
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    Tons of hockey cards on Ebay. Find a comparaison and you'll get a good idea of its value, me thinks. I guess it also comes down to their condition.
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    I wouldn't think that any from 90's would be worth a whole lot. they wouldn't be old enough to get a ton. let us know what you find!

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    Join Date: Sep 2008
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    i'm not expecting a whole lot, but a few extra bucks would be nice. especially since i kept them in such great condition. out of the pack and right into a box, never touched again, lol.

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    yeah that isn't very old but you may get lucky with a card or two.

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