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Old 10-17-2017, 12:32 PM
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The 1948 Leaf Rocky Graziano is at a record-breaking price. The same card that sold for $41K a few years ago is at $60K (including the vig) today.
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Old 10-17-2017, 08:46 PM
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The 1948 Leaf Rocky Graziano is at a record-breaking price. The same card that sold for $41K a few years ago is at $60K (including the vig) today.
Centering doesn't seem to matter on Rocky!!!!
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Old 10-17-2017, 08:59 PM
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I’m surprised that the PSA 7 Ruth rookie is “only” at $400,000. Even though it is blank backed, I thought it would end up as a seven figure card (it still may). I am also amazed that the Esterbrook Kalamazoo Bat has only one bid. I don’t collect these, but Met Kalamazoo Bats are incredibly rare.
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Centering doesn't seem to matter on Rocky!!!!

With only a handful of known examples condition is really not a consideration.
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The 1948 Leaf Rocky Graziano is at a record-breaking price. The same card that sold for $41K a few years ago is at $60K (including the vig) today.
I'm sure many people are better at cracking out cards than I am. But it seems like it would take at least some courage to crack out a $40,000 card like the Graziano description says the current consignor did.
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Lajoie t3 at 12k plus juice also surprises me.
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With six day to go 19th century bid levels are still anemic. Of course there are a few exceptions, but in general the levels are the weakest I have seen in many years. This of course could change, but as I remember, prior REA auctions at this point showed markedly stronger results.
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