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Old 12-03-2018, 04:25 PM
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Out of curiosity, why did you reslab those dozen?

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I changed my focus on T210s from the set to just the Ft Worth team. I sold most of my extras raw. Then sent the rest in to get graded hoping they would be easier to sell.

After a quick look I had at least 30 slabbed by SGC. I sold around 20 on here and have 7 at an auction house now. Plus I know I sold a few of them on ebay. WOW is my memory getting old.
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Old 12-03-2018, 04:31 PM
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I changed my focus on T210s from the set to just the Ft Worth team. I sold most of my extras raw. Then sent the rest in to get graded hoping they would be easier to sell.

After a quick look I had at least 30 slabbed by SGC. I sold around 20 on here and have 7 at an auction house now. Plus I know I sold a few of them on ebay. WOW is my memory getting old.
I understand. That makes sense. The more I look, the more I think these are the coolest cards. When I get started, I am thinking of starting with Series 3. Geographically, they are closest to me. I think I would prefer raw, but most of what I see for sale are slabbed. There are other series which interest me as well. I realize there are exceptions, but for their age and relative scarcity, they seem affordable.

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I have a complete, raw set of the Series 2 (the easiest) cards, which I acquired over several years several years ago. I only have the Series 2 because I collect Virginia League cards.
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Old 12-04-2018, 11:58 PM
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These are my two favorites, have gotten most of my 210's from Mike and Ben
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I have around 80 T210s, from all eight series, mostly raw but with a few graded cards that were that way when I got them. I got many of mine 15+ years ago, but have continued to pick them up when good opportunities arise. The estimate of $50-$70 apiece for VG-ish raw cards sounds about right.
Thanks for the feedback. Leave it to Dean's Cards and yepbg to skew things a bit on ebay.
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Bought my first one today (from a fellow board member). These could be addictive.
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I have a complete, raw set of the Series 2 (the easiest) cards, which I acquired over several years aeveral years ago. I only have the Series 2 because I collect Virginia League cards.
Were you able to buy them all raw?

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Yes, Robert, they were all raw when I acquired them.
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Default My favorite T210 Old Mill pickup this year

Here is my favorite T210 pickup this year, Joe Dunn, Mobile.

It's from the tough Series 8.

The T210 Old Mill set makes you be patient.

New cards usually appear in small groups.

I'm always paying strong for nice examples of catchers in this set!

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And then a raw Orcutt.

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