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Old 03-07-2018, 11:33 AM
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Possibly 1914 CJ Jackson SGC 98, 1914 Baltimore News Ruth PSA 4, and M101-5 Sporting News Ruth PSA 8
I canít agree more with this.

Also I just seen in another forum someone asking what young prospects will they buy in hopes of them making it big. I guy got roasted and banned and is still getting roasted. Nobody wants to share the secret lol. Most of these kids wonít even make the majors or be out in a few years.
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1985 Star Michael Jordan PSA 10 (yes, I'm predicting that one day, PSA will start grading this card again)
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1985 Star Michael Jordan PSA 10 (yes, I'm predicting that one day, PSA will start grading this card again)
My understanding is that they donít grade because someone got ahold of the printing plates? So there were authentic fakes?
If the case I doubt they will restart.
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Baltimore News Ruth in ANY Grade; M101 Ruth in 8 (possibly a well-centered 7 as well); Cobb w/Cobb back PSA 4.5; the sole PSA 10 ‘51 Bowman Mantle Rookie
Somehow, the '51 Bowman Mantle PSA 10 slipped my mind. That definitely would be the next 7 figure card if that were ever up for sale.
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1985 Star Michael Jordan PSA 10 (yes, I'm predicting that one day, PSA will start grading this card again)
If they haven't after all these years, I don't see why you think this would change? I am sure they have considered and rejected the idea multiple times.
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Maybe this. As you can see it was signed by Mr. Zul.
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My real answer is the '51 Bowman Mantle. Could see it happen for the Mays as well if a PSA 10 is ever awarded.
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Any of the key 50s and 60s RCs in a PSA 10 could hit a mil if there are only 1 or 2 available. Mantle, mays, Clements, Aaron, rose, and Ryan come to mind. The Ruth and Jackson cards mentioned in this thread make sense, as well as the nicest examples of an e90-1 or t210 Jackson.
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My understanding is that they don’t grade because someone got ahold of the printing plates? So there were authentic fakes?
If the case I doubt they will restart.
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If they haven't after all these years, I don't see why you think this would change? I am sure they have considered and rejected the idea multiple times.

I thought I remember reading on the CU forum that it was a myth that there are printing plates out there that someone has, which they can use to print more cards. If PSA does decide that it really is a myth about the printing plates, they may decide to start holdering the cards. Right now, Beckett is the only legitimate company holdering the cards, and even though the high grade ones routinely sell for thousands of dollars, there has not been a flood of them in the market. (FYI, I also do not currently own any right now.)

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I thought I remember reading on the CU forum that it was a myth that there are printing plates out there that someone has, which they can use to print more cards. If PSA does decide that it really is a myth about the printing plates, they may decide to start holdering the cards. Right now, Beckett is the only legitimate company holdering the cards, and even though the high grade ones routinely sell for thousands of dollars, there has not been a flood of them in the market. (FYI, I also do not currently own any right now.)

I donít think it was a myth. This was the reason the PSA gal told me when I submitted star cards to be slabbed.
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