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Topic # 116527 1-May-2013 17:42
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Clearing out some old stuff

Bulk lot of Magic The Gathering Rares + Uncommons

>95% is 4th edition + Ice Age 

They are all fairly unique given that they are mostly from 1995-1996. 

I don't have time to list all the cards, but I can list the gold + artifacts since they are the smallest part of the collection. 

All my cards are for sale, I haven't removed any rares to sell separately so there should be lots of rares + uncommons. 

*** GOLDS 

Merieki Ri Berit (Rare) 
Chromium (Rare) 
Dakkon Blackblade (Rare) 
Chromatic Armor (Rare) 
Ayesha Tanaka (Rare) 

Spectral Shield (Uncommon) 
2x Diabolic Vision (Uncommon) 
Marhault Elsdragon (Uncommon) 
Wings of Aesthir (Uncommon) 

Tobias Andrion (Common) 


Flying Carpet (Rare) 
Dingus Egg (Rare) 
Arena of Ancients (Rare) 
2x Jandor Saddle bag (Rare) 
Obelisk of Undoing (Rare) 
Feldon's Cane (Rare) 
Ice Cauldron (Rare) 
2x Ashnod's Altar (Rare) 

Malachite Talisman (Uncommon) 
Jeweled Amulet (Uncommon) 
2x Sol Ring (Uncommon) 
Crystal Rod (Uncommon) 
Icy Manipulator (Uncommon) 
2x Ivory Cup (Uncommon) 
Iron Star (Uncommon) 
Fountain of Youth (Uncommon) 
Horn of deafening (Uncommon) 
Grapheshot Catapult (Uncommon) 
Tormod's Crypt (Uncommon) 
2x Ornithopter (Uncommon) 
Clockwork Steed (Uncommon) 
Soulnet (Uncommon) 

Ebony Rhino (Common) 
Yotian Soldier (Common) 
4x Living Armor (Common) 
2x Roterothopter (Common) 
Glasses of Uraza (Common) 
Battering Ram (Common) 
Delif's Cone (Common) 
Amulet of Kroog (Common) 
Barbed Sextant (Common) 


Since they are mostly 4th edition there is no way to tell what is rare / uncommon unless you look up each card individually online.

I estimate there are approximately 760 cards in total (~180 lands + 580 non lands) 

(if I count them in photoshop I get ~820, so there might be more than 760 total cards) 

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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.

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