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Old 01-26-2018, 09:51 PM
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As we gear up for 2019 (later on this year)
Look for joe Jackson stuff to start soaring.

Cracker Jack, strip card etc
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Old 01-26-2018, 10:01 PM
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Default less heralded rookie year cards of iconic players

hard to pick one out of those below. along with being rookie year cards with nice images, the pops on all of these cards (i include over-sized pieces as cards) are relatively low.

j. dimaggio: 1936 R312 is his nicest rookie year card in my opinion.

j. robinson: 1947 homogenized bond bread - this is different from 1947 portrait facsimile bond bread that skyrocketed in value last year; 1947 (incorrectly labeled as 1948 by grading cos.) old gold cigarettes kneeling in dugout

t. williams: 1939 goudey premiums

outside of these i think there is a lot of upside in good eye appeal e90-1 cy young cards. iconic player and gorgeous card. leon, if you read this, it's a good invitation to show your prized possession for some eye candy.

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Old 01-26-2018, 10:03 PM
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We have seen Ty Cobb Postcards soar up in value. Plus, Type one photos have had a nice uptick too.

So, Ill go with Ty Cobb Cabinets.
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T206 Johnson portrait
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As we gear up for 2019 (later on this year)
Look for joe Jackson stuff to start soaring.

Cracker Jack, strip card etc
Was kind of hoping no one would post this

Yup. Shoeless Joe cards.
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T206 Red Cobb
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Itís time for the hobby to embrace the Gold Borders with more veracity.

Iím thinking that the true SPís as well as higher grade examples (6-7+) will skyrocket.
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I think a thread saying 'hottest future card in the hobby that the poster does not own' would be more useful
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I think a thread saying 'hottest future card in the hobby that the poster does not own' would be more useful
I think this is a good rule to follow. Therefore, my vote will go to the 1957 Topps Frank Robinson rookie in mid to high grade. Should be selling for double of what they are IMO, even though they are very plentiful.

In pre-war I think a lot of Goudey cards are underappreciated right now. Could see any of the Gehrig's, Foxx's, or Hornsby's going up big time. For tobacco cards, I think a lot of Matty cards are cheap (though I own a lot of them so I won't mention any specifically lol).

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