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Post Posted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 10:51 pm 
 

Zargonian Cardboard Counters

Creature Set III
Creature Set IV
Character Set B
Character Set A

All are complete unpunched sets, with backer cards, no shrinkwrap

Value? Can't find any sales on ebay


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Post Posted: Sat Nov 08, 2014 10:41 am 
 

I like these!  They don't come up very often either.  It seems like there are many different sets - I wouldn't be surprised if there were 50+ different sets.  They don't sell well at all, probably $5-$10 each set (start an auction at $10 and hope for the best).

Either:
* they are too obscure that not many people know about them
* there are too many to collect and rarely come up so its too frustrating to collect
* there isn't much interest in this type of item
* a lot of people think of Bearhug as a wargaming company

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Post Posted: Sat Nov 08, 2014 6:04 pm 
 

Mars wrote in Bearhug Enterprises:I like these!  They don't come up very often either.  It seems like there are many different sets - I wouldn't be surprised if there were 50+ different sets.  They don't sell well at all, probably $5-$10 each set (start an auction at $10 and hope for the best).

Either:
* they are too obscure that not many people know about them
* there are too many to collect and rarely come up so its too frustrating to collect
* there isn't much interest in this type of item
* a lot of people think of Bearhug as a wargaming company



There are a ton of them and like you I think they are cool. Originally won a few sets from the rshelley listings couple years ago and I've been hooked since then.

I picked up several sets months ago and was tickled with the prices. These are just duplicates. I think $10 is a good starting price point as well

they are obscure thats for sure


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Post Posted: Sun Nov 09, 2014 11:02 am 
 

I remember the rshelley listings too and was trying to decide whether I wanted to head down that path to collect them all or not.  I won a couple that I thought were interesting (maybe the Dragon ones) but haven't committed to collecting them.  I'll check if I have any extras.

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