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Old 05-12-2006, 02:12 PM
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Posted By: warshawlaw

I don't pay attention to commons, so I don't know about their pricing but the HOFers still seem to do well.

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Have to disagree with certain pre-war caramel cards. E93s, E94s and E97s remain hot, even commons, even low to mid grade.

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Old 05-12-2006, 04:59 PM
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Posted By: Noel

The recent auctions would seem like a good reason. There will always be an ebb and flow in the price ranges of cards but older vintage cards seem to be doing better now than i can remember. They are not making anymore E93's E94's etc. and with more and more people entering the marketplace i dont see demand for quality vintage cards dropping anytime soon. Would be nice but i dont see it happening.

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They are not making anymore E93's E94's etc.

What?????!!!!!!!! Why was I not informed?

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Posted By: Anonymous

What exactly is meant by "stuff" ?

Everything from 1887-WWII, I am assuming.
Well then I here what it seems like:

Certain rarer issues and Caramel Cards seem pretty strong...

The more common, better known T-cards T201 thru T207... A bit weaker on the non-HOFers, yes I can see that to some extent.

As discussed elsewhere: The more common OJs (including the more common HOFers) have definitely cooled. The rare OJs -- still heading up.


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Hi all,
Since the market has slowed down, I will be happy to buy T206 HOfers and slers at smr. Thanks lmk Brian

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David,

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