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Old 01-29-2019, 02:09 PM
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1992 Little Sun Derek Jeter Auto card. 225 were made and is very desirable as his stuff will only gain in value.
Question was pre-42. And where are you getting them for 1000, this one sold recently for 7K.

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Fun card, Jay, but not vintage...
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give me any number of upper middle grade Hornsby's from '28-'36
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If a $1000 Red Cobb T206 could be purchased these days that had any sort of presentable characteristics, I'd give that my vote. Given what I've been seeing, I'd vote for a 1933 or 34 Goudey Gehrig, PSA or SGC 1.
This one recently sold for $1050 so they can still be found.
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Old 01-29-2019, 02:28 PM
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This one recently sold for $1050 so they can still be found.
That's not too bad...

this would be decent as well

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1934-Goudey...!-1:rk:29:pf:0
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Old 01-29-2019, 02:36 PM
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Oh, this is a fun game. I'd buy either one of these (both of which have recently sold on ebay for under $1000):

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R309-1 Goudey Premium Babe Ruth - best-presenting 1 or 1.5 that I could find.

The most famous baseball player, and in a classic photo. Instant recognition even from many non-baseball fans.

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Today I'll go with a poor/fair E107 Monte Cross.
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This is a fun question. I’d agree with Brendan...a low grade T206 red Cobb would be my first choice. A close second would be 1928 Yuengling’s Gehrig. I love Yuengling’s beer, and the the story of how they stayed in business peddling ice cream during Prohibition is really cool. A PSA 3 or maybe 4 would fit into the price requirement, and you’d have a really neat early Gehrig that is much less common than the Cobb.
There's a Yuengling's Gehrig on eBay now, but it's SGC 50 and $2,500, so that would be out unless you could find it in a lower grade and the price came way down.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1928-F50-Yu...RscL:rk:1:pf:0

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I wouldn't use buy it now to gauge costs.
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