That is amazing. I was a teenager back in the 90s and had an extensive collection of Pogs. We did not really play the game, but traded them among friends. I remember that some juice cartons would have Pogs on them and you could collect new pieces by purchasing the juice. I had a friend who lived in Hawaii and she would send me some from there as well.
You used to be able to purchase pieces from the five and dime stores for about 10 cents each. I wonder how much they will sell for this time. It was fun to collect them as kids and I wonder how the trend will carry out this time around. I wish I still had the ones I had as a kid, I bet some of them would be worth something today.
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