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Old 12-01-2016, 03:05 PM
Aquarian Sports Cards Aquarian Sports Cards is offline
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Default Stunning e126 Ghost Image. Now with image, also see auction!

So what are the thoughts on this? I, along with a few other members, stumbled upon an absolutely ridiculous auction the other day. A little Mom and Pop operation in the middle of nowhere had a horde of T206, E90-1 and E126 and a few other E cards.

By a horde I mean two E126 Ruth's in PSA 3, a Blank Back Ty Cobb E103, several other Cobbs, a couple Cy Young's , Mathewsons, etc...

Unfortunately so many of us found it that I couldn't afford any of the biggies despite having some backing, but I did score some nice stuff.

The incredible find though, that I can't believe slipped through to me was an E126 Sam Rice PSA 1 MK. A number of the cards have the owner's name typed on the back and this was one of those. The "1" was a brutal grade as the card has plenty of appeal and no abuse, mainly light creasing to the paper thin stock, but what really caught my eye was the absolutely stunning ghost image. Even the team name and other print is crystal clear. I'm on my way to Valley Forge so if you want to see it there just ask, I'll get scans up on my return.

The question is how do you market/sell this card, thinking about putting it up here for auction but making it a decent duration so all who like this kind of thing get a chance to stumble across it. Thoughts?
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