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...any value in a stack of old, well-loved Star Wars cards? These are from the first movies, none are what you'd call "gradable" so IDK if there is any value in them as they sit.

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No, I don't have a "C-3PO penis" card in the stack.

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Is that the C-3P====D~~ card?

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Gonna have to figure out what you guys are talking about.
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lorddunlow wrote:Gonna have to figure out what you guys are talking about.
http://www.snopes.com/movies/films/c3po.asp" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Chiclo wrote:
lorddunlow wrote:Gonna have to figure out what you guys are talking about.
http://www.snopes.com/movies/films/c3po.asp" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Well, that's interesting...
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Wow! Good for you c3po! :clap:

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:lol:

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slym2none wrote:...any value in a stack of old, well-loved Star Wars cards? These are from the first movies, none are what you'd call "gradable" so IDK if there is any value in them as they sit.

Any help is appreciated!



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I've got those cards somewhere, plus extras I think! Now to find them...

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Unless they are in mint condition or you want to sell them for less than $1, leave them where they are. My ~100-card lot just sold for a whopping 99¢.

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#porchdick



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slym2none wrote:Unless they are in mint condition or you want to sell them for less than $1, leave them where they are. My ~100-card lot just sold for a whopping 99¢.

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Oxmyx wrote:
slym2none wrote:Unless they are in mint condition or you want to sell them for less than $1, leave them where they are. My ~100-card lot just sold for a whopping 99¢.

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We're those from the Decipher CCG from the 90s?
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