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The cards in the X-Men/Hanes 3-card set from 1993 sold in three separate auctions with Best Offers somewhere less than $75 (probably went for around $65 each).
 
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This was a surprise.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/28368...rksid=p2047675.l2557

That's the prism card from the "Akira" preview set (Cornerstone Communications, 1994) which was given out at shows and also sold by Cornerstone. About 20 years ago, there was a dealer at a local show who had 20-30 packs and he was selling them for $5 each. I bought a few and traded them over time. The prism card is usually on top but one of my packs had a different one on top (still have it somewhere). The value seemed to have peaked at around $10/pack by the early 2000's but today I saw this sale. Wow, 100 bucks just for the prism card. It's found only in the preview pack but packs still come up for sale for around $15.

As an added note, I noticed the Allender site lists a C2 promo card but I think that's just one of the chase cards unless there is a prototype version I haven't seen.

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A Star Trek Generations #0 promo sold with a Best Offer for less than $126 (USD) on 2-13-22. The actual sale was probably about $100.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/31357...9:g:xYgAAOSwZBRgVhOR
 
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I saw someone sell a group of promos, G1-G5, from the "Star Wars Trilogy Widevision Special Edition" set for $99.99 on 12-29-21.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/32490...rksid=p2047675.l2557

At a $20 average and with each still in its cello-wrapper, that's a good price because while most of the toys were around $15, the G5 was with a toy that was more like $35-40. Not as many collectors were willing to spring for that much just to get the card.

You used to be able to get NRMT/MT G1-G4 for about $10-12 each but they're more like $15-20 cards now. The G5 is more like a $40-50 card - maybe more. I saw one for about $30 a couple of years ago. That was a good deal.
 
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I saw an Edenquest Anna Nicole Smith (High Heels Productions, 1995) sell for about $30. It's not a huge jump but it was about a $5 card for years. I've seen dealers try to get $75 or more but that's a little too hopeful for that card. It's true that was uncommon when it was new and you probably can't find it for less than $20 now. It promotes a set that was never made.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/27525...rksid=p2047675.l2557
 
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