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2 Added a note about where Dawnglare gets its prices. They aren't just pulled out of thin air.
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If you know which sets you have, there is an excellent tool for doing this exact thing at http://mtg.dawnglare.com/?p=viz Simply select the set(s) you own and click submit. You will get a picture of every card in those sets with the most expensive on the left & largest, with descending price towards the right. Then you can simply leave that page up and flip through your collection looking for image matches.

Dawnglare pulls prices from TCGPlayer.com.

If you know which sets you have, there is an excellent tool for doing this exact thing at http://mtg.dawnglare.com/?p=viz Simply select the set(s) you own and click submit. You will get a picture of every card in those sets with the most expensive on the left & largest, with descending price towards the right. Then you can simply leave that page up and flip through your collection looking for image matches.

If you know which sets you have, there is an excellent tool for doing this exact thing at http://mtg.dawnglare.com/?p=viz Simply select the set(s) you own and click submit. You will get a picture of every card in those sets with the most expensive on the left & largest, with descending price towards the right. Then you can simply leave that page up and flip through your collection looking for image matches.

Dawnglare pulls prices from TCGPlayer.com.

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If you know which sets you have, there is an excellent tool for doing this exact thing at http://mtg.dawnglare.com/?p=viz Simply select the set(s) you own and click submit. You will get a picture of every card in those sets with the most expensive on the left & largest, with descending price towards the right. Then you can simply leave that page up and flip through your collection looking for image matches.