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I still think Lego would make a TON of money if they just make a book of stickers from the 80's-90's sets
However, if the set just looks completely bleah without stickers (Maersk train for example), apply them!
Or if you do not plan on reselling, choose whatever you would prefer and whatever you think best enhances the set!
i do mean to keep all lego i have apart from any duplicates
so does applying stickers affect and future value the set may have??
So if you haven't applied the stickers, and have the sticker sheet sold along with the set, than that gives the buyer the personal opportunity to apply the stickers to exactly how they want them applied.
And if they mess up when applying them, they have no one to blame except their own self!
If you do have resale in mind I would imagine that selling a used set with un-applied sticker sheets would demand a higher price but I don't think by much. I say stick them and enjoy them :)