Haglund, who played the blond, long-haired techno-nerd from the show, cut his locks off at a comedy show two years ago, but didnt throw it away.
Instead, he collected it in a bag and eventually gave it to trading card maker MNS Cards which took the hair and put little samples into a card with a plexi-glass window.
Now the hair will be sold as part of a 20-card set devoted to Haglund, which will also include a card autographed by the sci-fi star.
The set could sell for as much as $35, although the cards maker is considering selling the hair card separately for anywhere from $20 to $40.
Sales should start sometime after October at mnscards.com and deanhaglund.com.
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