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    Did I get a good deal on unopened packs of 1981 Fleer?

    Went to the card show yesterday and saw a dealer selling 1981 Fleer baseball wax packs for $2 each. I already had some that I bought when that product first came out in 1981 and I would eventually like to build the whole set. Each pack has 17 cards (and 1 stick of gum!).


    Edit: I'll be busting open those packs either tonight or tomorrow night here.

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    You could probably get the set and a package of Double Bubble for $20... it'll be a nice trip down memory lane nonetheless.

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    I'm wondering why these are not highly valued cards. Some packs of cards from a few years later are more expensive.

    Ok, opening these up now...

    Pack 1: Pete Rose ($3 bv), Graig Nettles (corrected version), Tom Lasorda (HOFer)

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    Pack 2: Andre Dawson, Robin Yount, Reggie Jackson

    Looks like its safe to say these packs haven't been searched and resealed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutall
    are you eating the gum while you go?
    No, I kinda want to keep my teeth, LOL. However the gum has damaged a couple of cards so far--Luis Tiant in the first pack and Dick Howser in the 3rd pack.

    3rd pack: Rich Gossage, Steve Garvey, Earl Weaver

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    5th/last pack: Scott McGregor (gum stuck to this card, too), Tony LaRussa, Rickey Henderson "Most Stolen Bases AL" ($3 bv), Alan Trammell

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    Well that's about 85 more cards more towards the 660-card set. Since I'm going for the set, these are not for trade.


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    i will look around for some... i am pretty sure i have at least a handful i could send ya

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