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From: Elizabeth Dockendorf <liz@********.NET>
Subject: Re: Card Prices?
Date: Sat, 18 Apr 1998 23:36:53 GMT
On Sat, 4 Apr 1998 23:46:56 -0500, you wrote:

>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 =
>lands without thinking of things like Card Value...
>However, I'm friends with a local Card Shop Owner, and he had someone =
>in a large number of SRTCG for some other stuff, so now he'd like to =
>them and sell them singly. I do like this idea as it let's me complete =
>set, or at least mostly complete it :] Plus, I offered to help him =
>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 =
>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 =
>me your lists and prices as a PRIVATE e-mail, with the prices cut and =
>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

The prices I've seen in have =
been $1 to
$3 for rares (sometimes the really good ones are a little higher), $.20 =
to $.50
for uncommons. (So, it's actually probably cheaper to get a complete set =
buying single cards than by buying boxes).


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