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Old 05-30-2008, 03:57 AM
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Posted By: quan

congrats to the winner, is it king or jeff??? someone was inspired by the "overpay thread" .

some nice prices for the d304s...bill always get strong prices.

edited: 80k for young, 45k each for matty and wagner. probably one collector is trying to complete a million $$$ high grade set. do him a favor and contact bill if you have any he might need!

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Old 05-30-2008, 04:51 AM
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Posted By: Anonymous

Its certainly a great card. And I guess last night it was indeed a 100K card. I'm sure the seller is happy!

This card along with some of the REA cards definately show that the 100K barrier is no longer reserved just for Wagner and Ruth. Maybe 500K will become the new Ruth/Wagner barrier and Cobbs, Matty's, Youngs, Ansons, etc will fill in the 100-500K.

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Posted By: chiprop

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It has to be more than one collector or the guy/gal would have won that Cobb for $30k.

I think bread cards are the absolute finest cards in the hobby, but the final sale numbers on the d304's last night are outrageous!

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Posted By: leon

Those were some healthy prices on the D304's and this Cobby. I think the banner ad Bill had us do for him did it .....Congrats on another great auction Bill. I bid but was shut out....nothing in the "Have to have" category in this one..... I wonder if bread card prices will continue.....

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Posted By: chiprop

I remember a similar graded Young and Matty last year having trouble selling near $10k. Why the huge difference this year?

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Posted By: Brian E.

Unbelievable!

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Posted By: barrysloate

I had a bunch of D304 in a 2007 auction in similar condition that went for about one eighth of these prices, and I was generally satisfied at the time. Cards don't increase in value eight fold in one year. Guess it was two or three bidders going back and forth all night.

I agree with Dan that bread cards are great, but this great?

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Insane, is all I can say. And no, it wasn't me.

And keep in mind that it went for more than the BG Cobb a year ago. Double insane.

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Posted By: Lyle

personally , I would much rather have the Garter .It just goes to show you that the smart money is on Cobb . I sure hope two whales are hunting when I sell my next card !

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Posted By: andy becker

is that the highest sgc graded d304 cobb?
and, my psa membership has long expired.....what does their pop report on this card look like?
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