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OK before you start laughing because you so called experts value this set at $10 in 2015 I want you to take some things into consideration. First you must admit if Topps came out with a reprint of the set printed the exact same way it would cost them at least $30 to print and ship so right off the bat this set is selling far below value. Also I have noticed that most people who put this set down do not own the set. Third what happens when the kids of the 80s collectors get into collecting and they want a 50 year old 1986 set and they realize that their bonehead daddy never bothered to get one so they will now have to buy one. Multiply this by a million new collectors wanting this set and this set actually could get a value of $50. Now I know that may not sound like much but if you think you can buy this set now for just $10 that would be a increase of 500% which is really a great investment. So you see just like a flower can grow from a pot of dirt maybe the 1986 baseball set is not as bad as you think it is and who knows maybe oneday you will think back to this thread and admit I was right after all in my therory...