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Old 05-03-2007, 10:07 AM
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Posted By: Josiah

He everyone. I have two sheets of these reprints and I was wondering what kind of value, if any, that theys may have. Thanks in advance.

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Old 05-03-2007, 11:28 AM
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Value $0...unless you put them on ebay and say they were found in.....an attic, grandmothers house, garage sale, flea market, estate auction, got them from you grandfather, you took them to a local dealer and he said they looked real. on ebay you never know..sky's the limit. best of luck

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Old 05-03-2007, 11:55 AM
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Yeah, that is what I figured. Thank You

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Old 05-03-2007, 12:00 PM
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Posted By: Steve Murray

Better yet, you found them in an old tire in the back yard of your late grandpa's house.

P.S. You won't fool them though unless you spell it "goudey"

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You know, I thought about trying that becasue I am laid off and need the money badly. I am too honest of a person though, and I am thinking you could probably get into some trouble for that as well.

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how can you tell the difference between an original sheet and a reprint sheet just from a scan?

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Posted By: davidcycleback

You don't see uncut sheets of reprints often. They might be a few bucks.

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You couldn't unless you put up a scan of the backs of the cards. On the back, in fine print, it says Renatto Galasso Reprint.

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I still believe an uncut sheet of Renatta Galasso (sp) reprints would be worth a few bucks.

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Only problem is that I doubt the cost of finding out what they are worth is much less than what I would make selling them.

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I was so mad. I thought I was sitting on a gold mine until I seen the fine print on the back of the cards.

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Old 05-03-2007, 01:23 PM
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Posted By: davidcycleback

That's true. Sometimes the cost in hours for identifying something is higher than what the item could possible be worth. That's why the key to cost effective authentication is to drink a case of Jolt and do it as fast as possible. Or you can train your dog, as you don't have to pay a dog as much per hour. Duly note that, as they are color blind, dogs should only be doing stuff like Sporting News and Four Base Hits.

I used to have to keep my autographed baseballs plastic sealed and on the top shelf as, no matter how you tried to explain what they were, my cairn terrier new round leather chew toys when she saw them.

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Posted By: dennis

i have seen these reprint sheets sell on ebay, listed as reprints, for as low as $9.99 and as high as $35.00.

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