Depending on condition.. Bigger names can get anywhere from a few hundred up to thousands and thousands
Are they pretty expensive?
I guess that's with most collectibles now a days.. If it's rare, first thing somebody thinks of is selling it.. Unlike us collectors who looks at sentimental value..
Same here. Mainly just because of their age you'd think they'd be rare
Anytime people have something that is highly sought after they are always looking to flip it for a quick buck... Mind you, they aren't cheap. This set contains the Maurice Richard, Gordie Howe, Geoffrion, sawchuk rookie cards
Interesting. I'm surprised they're easy to find
1951 parkhurst was the first modern hockey card set. It features 105 cards and 104 of them are rookies. I built this set over time. They are easily found anywhere because they are considered one of the holy grail sets for hockey cards.
Where did you get it?
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