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  1. Does replacing old Atari 2600 cartridge labels with new, quality reproductions substantially alter any value they have?  Bear in mind I am not banking on my 250-some carts for my retirement, I just want them to look nice.

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    2. GoldLeader

      GoldLeader

      I'd basically agree that you leave Rare ones alone, and only replace the more common ones;  But also if it's something you plan on keeping;  Then make it look the way You want it to look...Just know it could be worth less if you decide to sell.

    3. sirlynxalot

      sirlynxalot

      Agree with others, from a collector standpoint, if its a rare expensive game, I think sticking on replacement labels could even devalue it compared to leaving the ripped or missing original labels.  On the other hand, if its like a $5 game, then I don't think replacing the label will impact the $5 people will pay for it one way or the other. 

    4. OLD CS1

      OLD CS1

      Bunch of really thoughtful answers.  Thank you!

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