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Old 04-09-2017, 08:03 AM
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I think you did very well. Congrats on the trade!
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Sounds like you found a sucker. That stuff is not an easy sell. Plenty of people with vast quantities of stuff like that just filling space. Would love to find someone to make similar trades with.
He wasn't a sucker. He had the plate for a long time and it was pure profit to him. That's why I like trading.

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As someone who tries to explain home appraisals to people that often think the personal value is king, that's a refreshing thing to read.

I say congrats after reading this thread and personally I would have been skipping from that show if I only recieved the Mays. No matter what the plate is valued at, I say it is just extra gravy. Well done.
I totally agree. After a few months you basically learn a items real value pretty quick lol thanks again
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Old 04-09-2017, 08:22 AM
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Unless they are in real NrMt condition I would say you would be lucky to get 10% in trade. That many low end commons could take years to unload.
++ Your NrMt will probably be a dealers Ex. Other way around when your buying. Condition governs here. If they really are Nrmt-Mt (PSA 7/8's), then you hold the leverage and can drive the price because any dealer with half a brain can unload raw vintage high-end cards in a minute for a big profit.

If they show wear, then, IMO, you will have to take what you get.

get a few graded or post a few on here of the general condition. You'll get some better assessments.
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Old 04-09-2017, 09:42 AM
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That stuff is not an easy sell. Plenty of people with vast quantities of stuff like that just filling space. Would love to find someone to make similar trades with.
Agreed, not an easy sell.

However, if you trade with a field representative for an AH that sells vast quantities of stuff like this every auction cycle, it appears he found the exact right person to trade with.
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SOLD. Met a great guy and dealer and got a 2000 World Series home plate signed by the Mets head grounds crew and a psa 3 1952 mays. Which I think was very fair.
That is a cool item.
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