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    i have tons and tons of common cards.. they are not even selling on ebay ... i was wondering if anyone has ever sold cards on naxcom and is it worth it ?

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    It all really depends on what you have. If the cards are not worth the added price of shipping people will not buy them. Or if you are asking for more than people want to pay that could be an issue.

    Player collectors seem to love naxcom. And seems to have a large following with many people on this site using it. You just have to make sure there is a demand for what you have.

    What years are the commons?

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    all the cards range from 97-2004 all different brands

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    I have gotten to like it

    I think it will start to grow & then have that 15 secs of fame & then crash 7 burn..

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    gonna be a pain in the arse, but you may have to break down your commons and sort them into player/team/partial set lots. Star lots sell pretty good on eBay. Team lots and partial sets sell too. Just keep the lots a bit smaller so you won`t have to charge an arm and leg for s/h.

    I need to do the same thing myself. Got so many commons laying around. There is no way I`m donating anything either. I have a charity of my own. Called the Fundzalow Disease Charity. :) I`ll take whatever I can get for my commons.

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