1987 Fleer Update Glossy Set & 1988 Fleer Glossy Set

Loyalty32

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If you had these factory sealed sets, would you try to sell them as sets or break them up? Maybe as team sets?

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Craig
 

valediction

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I'd say keep them intact. Singles aren't that tough to find. The sets themselves don't have enough high demand singles to justify it. A Maddux just sold for $3.02 in PSA 9, ungraded copies often go in the $1-2 range. After you sell the Maddux, and maybe the McGwire, you've got a handful of other cards that don't carry much premium over the base versions. The 1988 set might do okay as singles, but I wouldn't figure it'd do well enough to justify the extra auction fees.
 

porkchops

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Quite awhile back I traded an unopened set of each,here on the
Bench.
I'd say keep as sets and if they're unopened even better.
Ken
 

Meliah

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Sets like that it's much easier to keep them intact and sealed, even that way you're not going to get much for them I'm afraid.
 

Loyalty32

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Thanks for the info folks. I have to agree with Matt. After looking at completed auctions for the sets, they won't go for much. Thats why I was even considering breaking them up in the first place.

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Craig
 
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