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Years later, my Magic cards have returned to me. All 1000+ plus of them.
I want to get back into MTG (my gf has expressed an interest in playing, so yaaay there) so my mom shipped me two big boxes of them. I don't want to get back into the current run of stuff, I just want to get back into playing with the massive shit load of cards that I have. I have random crap going back to Arabian Nights, maybe some earlier stuff, because I purchased a lot of lots on eBay years ago. To put this in perspective, I was really into MTG around Urza Block, it really dropped off once Masques came out.
A lot of my rares are already separated into a binder. I may have some older rares mixed in with my commons because the older sets didn't have the handy dandy color coding system. I searched for a few random cards online to price them, most rares seem to be worth a bunch or less with the random odd ball from an older set going for $60 or so.
Whats going to be my best shot at pricing this stuff? One by one online? Take the collection to a gaming shop? Where should I sell? Brick and mortar would be fastest but they probably give half of market value.