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From: Bull <chaos@*****.COM>
Subject: Card Prices?
Date: Sat, 4 Apr 1998 23:46:56 -0500
Ok, let me start off this mail by saying that I LOTH the idea of card
pricing. I think it was one of the things that killed Magic for most of
the "old timers" that were oplaying back in the days when the cards were
near impossible to find, and people traded Moxes for useful cards like Dual
lands without thinking of things like Card Value...

However, I'm friends with a local Card Shop Owner, and he had someone trade
in a large number of SRTCG for some other stuff, so now he'd like to price
them and sell them singly. I do like this idea as it let's me complete my
set, or at least mostly complete it :] Plus, I offered to help him price
them, so now I'm looking for some help.

For those of you who have priced out the cards, or have an idea of what you
think these cards are worth (I know a few of you sell these cards singly
:)), can you send me these lists? PLEASE, since my compy doesn;t handle
attachments well nor does it have all that many text readers, can you send
me your lists and prices as a PRIVATE e-mail, with the prices cut and paste
into the e-mail?

E-mail: chaos@*****.com

I'll use these lists to strat putting together a price list using the
averages of the various prices...

Once they're done, I'll also make these available to anyone who's


Bull, aka Steven Ratkovich, aka Rak, aka Chaos, aka a lot of others! :]

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