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Old 01-02-2018, 07:54 PM
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Fair enough and everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I am just one voice. I paid up for my PSA 7.5 and was still able to turn a
$1000 profit while being fair.

I don't think it's in its infancy, however I do think there is a lot more room for growth on this card than its 48 counterpart or a lot of other rookies from the same time period (Aaron and Koufax come to mind)
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This card has already exploded Stephen. There really arenít any affordable copies to be had quite frankly. Everyone is onto this card and I believe this forum has a lot to do with that. I search multiple times daily but Iím afraid the days of stumbling across a PSA 5 for $750 are long gone
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This card has already exploded Stephen. There really arenít any affordable copies to be had quite frankly. Everyone is onto this card and I believe this forum has a lot to do with that. I search multiple times daily but Iím afraid the days of stumbling across a PSA 5 for $750 are long gone
+1, this exactly...It's like the Green Cobb, cat is already out of the bag.....
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Show me a completed sale that has exploded. I'm curious.
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Show me a completed sale that has exploded. I'm curious.
I can tell you Iíve personally been offered $3200 for the SGC 50 I bought about five months ago for $1150.
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Hey Stephen,

I love seeing posts like this, as it brings more attention to one of the best Post War sets out there imo. That said, for those looking to learn more about the set, it might be worth linking to this auction lot, which has a nice summary of some of my research.

https://goldinauctions.com/LotDetail...entoryid=27398
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Robert made a good point about the card being black and white. I did a quick search on Google for the most valuable baseball cards, and curiously, they're all in color. Yet there are tons of really rare black and white cards out there, including many of baseball's biggest stars. The most valuable cards all seem to be "relatively common" cards with bright colors that are in fantastic condition. So a beat-up black and white card seemingly has two strikes against it. By the way, I collect all sorts of different baseball-related stuff, and there are always tremendous bargains to be found for black and white items ...
Don't feel too sorry for these guys now.
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Old 01-03-2018, 01:12 PM
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Hey Stephen,

I love seeing posts like this, as it brings more attention to one of the best Post War sets out there imo. That said, for those looking to learn more about the set, it might be worth linking to this auction lot, which has a nice summary of some of my research.

https://goldinauctions.com/LotDetail...entoryid=27398
Great Idea doing it now.
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I like these a lot (here's mine), but there's no chance it surpasses the Leaf which was a national issue. There's more leaf to satisfy demand and it's a fantastic looking card.
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I like these a lot (here's mine), but there's no chance it surpasses the Leaf which was a national issue. There's more leaf to satisfy demand and it's a fantastic looking card.


Beautiful card! I am not talking about popularity because as you states there are way more which makes is more accessible. I am talking about value. I could see a Apple to Apple graded card leaning in the bond breads favor soon enough.
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