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    Fleer Cards

    Just wondering...what happened to Fleer, can't seem to find any cards this year from this maker. Have they been bought by another company? If so, does it mean the previous Fleer cards have depreciated in value? Thnx for the help.

  2. Kronozio
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    yea fleer was bought out i think by upper deck i'm not sure if they are depreciated in value

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    didnt they go under and then upper deck bought the rights to release some fleer products (Hoops for example)

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    Find out what happened here

    It's a really nasty ordeal but hopefully the provided link answers your questions.

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    Thnx a lot for the help...but still, would it mean that their cards will depreciate in value, now that they are "liquidating their assets"?

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    No. Fleer was a pretty popular manufacturer for some collectors, but due to their increasing redemptions inserted, they fell out of favor with many collectors.

    ARA Collectibles of NJ was placed in charge of liquidating Fleer's "assets" (read: redemption cards that were produced but not sent to the holders) and has done so. Read the website at www.fleerabc.com.

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