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(02-03-2013 01:06 AM)kstjst Wrote: everyone's tastes changes over time. and you can think of it as the other guy wanted, needed, or could find someone else that would enjoy those cards too.
i can't afford to keep a collection, but i do enjoy having owned a lot of cards that were at one time popular (i.e. mcgwire bat card, two 2001 spx ichiro auto rc, 2010 bowman chrome brcye harper auto, 2011 bowman sterling mike trout #ed to 5, etc.)...all of which i could say that at one time i owned/pulled them. though it would drive my late wife crazy when i would tell her "i owned that card...sold it for $x...normally 10 times less than the price i was telling her about."