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Old 02-29-2012, 09:12 AM
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He's has one ticket on eBay with a BIN of something like $5,000.
Give me a break! Good luck "Meatloaf"!
actually it's a BIN at $9999.99 OBO......sad on multiple levels....


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Looks like one word here GREED. But hay I guess we all have a little of that in all of us. But just a little.
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"It comes encapsulated/sealed and has only seen one owner: Me."

How old are you?
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Old 02-29-2012, 09:39 AM
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The book as a whole was great, as individual tickets just another collectible. There might be a few regional collectors that would have interest, but IMO there is little historical value other than age to appeal to a broad group of collectors.

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On the CU forum, I asked why the tickets were split up, and he said he kept one book together and split up the other.

So does that mean there were TWO books of these which were found??
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Looks like one word here GREED. But hay I guess we all have a little of that in all of us. But just a little.
Can you say Omahog?
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I own both books. Graded one; kept the other intact.
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On the CU forum, I asked why the tickets were split up, and he said he kept one book together and split up the other.

So does that mean there were TWO books of these which were found??
Yes.
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Ok, breaking up the booklet aside.
I think the tickets are great looking, Im just curious what you believe a reasonable offer is? I saw your ticket pop up in my ebay search list (before I saw these threads) and immediately moved on as it is way out of my realm for a single ticket.

I could see asking 3,4, even $500 for this ticket, but how did you come up with $10K (especially since you told us what you paid for all the tickets)?

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