What to do with my sports cards?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Michael*K, Oct 8, 2001.

  1. Michael*K

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    Anyone know any wholesalers, shops or individuals looking to buy a collection of hockey cards? I started collecting them in my teens from 1982 until about 1992. Anyhow, they no longer interest me, they aren't going to have any appreciation in value and (most importantly) they take up space! This isn't a small collection. I'm talking 20,000+ cards. I don't expect to get a bunch of money for them, but I don't want to throw them in the trash either. A year or so ago I thought I'd found the answer in the form of a charitable organization. They worked for a children's hospital and distibuted sports cards to children being treated. Unfortunately, they wouldn't accept more than 100-200 cards, so I was still left with a huge number. If anyone has any ideas, let me know.
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  2. LarryDavenport

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    I recommend, first pull out any truly valuable rookie cards, then with all your commons, make grab bags and either sell them on Ebay real cheap, or hand them out on Halloween instead of candy.
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