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Old 11-19-2011, 04:30 PM
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can someone get me the vcp for a 41 play ball joe dimaggio psa 3 and 4? i appreciate it

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From completed auctions on ebay I would go with about $8-$15...It looks as though most people don't get this valuation/grade of cards graded. As a ROI it's not a good investment of your money. If I were in the market I would say the above prices would be good estimates for commons....maybe $5 more from a dealer with a fixed price.
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Old 11-19-2011, 06:01 PM
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sorry i meant joe dimaggio
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averages are $702 in a 3 and $910 in a 4
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Old 11-19-2011, 06:13 PM
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thanks alot leon..you think $900 is ok for a psa 3 with auto? comes with letter of authenticity too
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thanks alot leon..you think $900 is ok for a psa 3 with auto? comes with letter of authenticity too
If you are buying it for yourself it's a good buy, if not, then I am not sure but doesn't sound too bad...
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thanks alot leon..you think $900 is ok for a psa 3 with auto? comes with letter of authenticity too
so the card's autographed? Is the grading slab PSA/DNA? Cause otherwise I'm unclear how its graded as a garden-variety PSA 3 if there's a signature on it.

in that case, I think comparing it with a non-autographed card is like comparing apples and oranges. I'm not much into autographed cards, so I'll leave the expert opinions to others, but my understanding is that the autographed card's valuation comes more from a memorabilia standpoint, and less from the card's technical grading standpoint. JoeD sigs typically carry strong prices in general, but I have no frame of reference for this particular signed card.
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so the card's autographed? Is the grading slab PSA/DNA? Cause otherwise I'm unclear how its graded as a garden-variety PSA 3 if there's a signature on it.

in that case, I think comparing it with a non-autographed card is like comparing apples and oranges. I'm not much into autographed cards, so I'll leave the expert opinions to others, but my understanding is that the autographed card's valuation comes more from a memorabilia standpoint, and less from the card's technical grading standpoint. JoeD sigs typically carry strong prices in general, but I have no frame of reference for this particular signed card.
The card isn't graded. I agree, it's like comparing apples to oranges.

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The price seems great for the card and auto. Another good thing is that the seller is an outstanding board member and a good friend.
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