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Looking to Trade Aafes POGS. I am trying to put together 3 sets for my daughters and I have plenty of trade material... 1stprinting.jpgTray of Pogs.jpgpogs older versions.jpgIraq Money POGS.jpgPOG Collection.jpg

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darn, as I told another collector on this site, I literally had scores of them and they became play fodder for my kids and whatnot. I'll look around as I am moving in about 5 months and will be cleaning a bunch of stuff out. I know I have more stored away. Just ping me and ask.

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darn, as I told another collector on this site, I literally had scores of them and they became play fodder for my kids and whatnot. I'll look around as I am moving in about 5 months and will be cleaning a bunch of stuff out. I know I have more stored away. Just ping me and ask.

 

Same. POGS is how I learned self-discipline with money as a kid. I remember collecting them voraciously as my classmates did then saw nobody care after a few weeks. All that money (a couple dozen dollars) down the drain :( but it's made me a very frugal buyer since then!

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Regarding the POGS, I am in Reference to the AAFES POGS !!! These are the POGS issued to our service members serving in COMBAT environments. Thanks ...

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New site for those looking to trade Pogs , AAFES POGS.... Check on Facebook. More collectors are looking at the MPC aspect of the coins.

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A great way to complete that collection of AAFES POGS. 497 different POGS comprised of 15 different printings, 40 sets ..  Contact me if interested. Don't pay those ebay Prices.

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On 8/8/2015 at 3:24 PM, Capt-AWACS said:

darn, as I told another collector on this site, I literally had scores of them and they became play fodder for my kids and whatnot. I'll look around as I am moving in about 5 months and will be cleaning a bunch of stuff out. I know I have more stored away. Just ping me and ask.

Good Morning ! Just looking to ping you as a reminder about the AAFES POGS ...  Hope all is well .... 

 

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ALL AAFES POGS /MPC's Collectors ..  I have several thousands of POGS Available for Trade ... Most of my POGS are Circulated, very lightly used, I have completed my 3 sets for my daughters and have also helped other folks interested in the pogs complete theirs. Let 2020 be the Year you finish yours.

There are 533 different Pogs produced as of the 2017 last printing.


Although AAFES officials say they never intended for the pogs to become a collectors item, that is exactly what has happened. Servicemembers as well as Civilians working in the contingency area are saving the cardboard circles as souvenirs of their tours of duty or as additions to their personal collections of military memorabilia.

  

AAFES POGS UPDATE>> Nov 2017 AAFES released a new printing , the 16th printing dated 2017. These Pogs are already showing up in the secondary market as of Nov 2017:

1. One complete set of 533 Pogs >>> Face Value  $ 75.05

2. There are 34 OIF Pogs, 33 OEF Pogs and 2 OND Pogs

3. The 11th Printing has the most Pogs >  39 

4. The 8th and 12th Printing have the least Pogs> 26

5. Three Printings Have no Nickels >> 8th,12th, and 13th.

FOR Sale or Trade>> I have 2594 nickels .... 2511  dimes ... 2809  Quarters ...   PM me with your needs and lets get those sets complete !!  Over 7900 spare Pogs.

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