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Old 09-07-2018, 11:43 AM
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Default Approximate value of T80 Uzits?

Hope this is ok to put here because of the T206 Uzit connection. If not, please move.

I'm hoping someone here is familiar with this set and can give me an idea of how much these three cards are worth. Thanks in advance!
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Ballpark, Id say at least a couple hundred dollars apiece, especially in that condition. Ted Z would probably have a better idea.
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Ballpark, Id say at least a couple hundred dollars apiece, especially in that condition. Ted Z would probably have a better idea.
Nice looking cards. Others will know more, and with today's craze on rare T206 backs anything is possible, but I think that guess might be a tad high. Sort of hoping a non-sports collector will jump in? They are in great condition and beautiful cards. They remind me of the only set I have collected, pre-war, in earnest.
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Default T80 Military Series

Several years ago, the T80's with LENOX and UZIT backs sold for $200 to $400 (depending on condition). In recent times, the
market value of these two T80 backs has diminished to $100 - $200. I attribute this to "the law of supply vs. demand". T80's
with either of these two backs are definitely more available than their T206 counterparts.

T80 backs which have held their value ($400 - 900) are the CAIRO MONOPOL and the OLD MILL. The OM back being very rare.

T80 BLANK backs (or INVERTED backs) are often found and don't sell for the high prices that their T206 counterparts do.









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Thanks guys. I got a few emails as well and we were able to figure out a fair price for me to buy them from the seller.
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Thanks guys. I got a few emails as well and we were able to figure out a fair price for me to buy them from the seller.
what price did you land on? never in a million years would i have guessed these Uzits are $100 cards
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$150 for the trio
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Several years ago, the T80's with LENOX and UZIT backs sold for $200 to $400 (depending on condition). In recent times, the
market value of these two T80 backs has diminished to $100 - $200. I attribute this to "the law of supply vs. demand". T80's
with either of these two backs are definitely more available than their T206 counterparts.

T80 backs which have held their value ($400 - 900) are the CAIRO MONOPOL and the OLD MILL. The OM back being very rare.

T80 BLANK backs (or INVERTED backs) are often found and don't sell for the high prices that their T206 counterparts do.



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I picked up an Old Mill for less than $25 alongside some other cards on eBay just a few months ago; I don't think they sell quite this high
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$150 for the trio
thanks luke. that sounds much more accurate. nice pickups.
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