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post Feb 15 2006, 04:16 AM
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Are error cards worth much? Ive been meaning to ask this for quite some time now and never really got around to asking about it.


Currently looking to trade for a Brett Hull Autographed Game-used card, please pm me if you have one.

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not really, they basically are just a cool thing to own.. i cant recall off hand any that are anymore valuable than its regular version...

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There was one 97-8 Leaf #181 or 182 Lindros without the E in Eric, but then they made both the same value. Generally, most error cards are worth the same price as the regular.



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I don't know about Hockey errors, but Baseball has the FF Fleer Ripken that actually still sells well, in all variations, and in Football, I've sold 2 1991 Darion Conner errors for $10 each in the past year.


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Still looking for: Michael Vick.
Also 2010 Dolphins, Falcons. And any year autos/GU of Dolphins, Falcons. 1986 Mets certified autos.

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