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    Thoughts about 2019 Topps Alliance of American Football cards as an investment.

    When the 2019 Topps Alliance of American Football set first came out last year, I bought 5 cases of unopened pack boxes and they are in my basement unopened. I bought them mainly for the autographs as it is currently the only autographed card for many of the players in the set.

    Do you think the AAF cards can end up like the 1984 and 1985 USFL cards or do you think the cards will end up being basically worthless like the 2001 XFL football and World League sets?

    I got a pretty good deal for the cases I bought and have thought about buying more.

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    Unfortunately my bet is they will be junk. The USFL cards had a lot of first cards for eventual Hall of Famers. The AAF sets have the first card for very few people, much less future Hall of Famers.


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    Highly, highly doubtful they will hold up IMO.

    One problem is there were retail releases of them so who knows how high production numbers were.

    Hopefully for you, I’ll be wrong...
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