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Old 04-18-2005, 12:53 PM
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Posted By: jay behrens

that you can now buy singles for less than lots on a per card basis when it comes to low grade cards? I used to buy small groups of cards because you could always get a price break per card. Lately though, small groups of cards (20-50 or so) are commanding higher per card prices than if you bought the cards one at a time. T206s are a perfect example. You can pick a single F-G t206 for $5-10, but put them in a small group and they will get a minimum of $10 per card. Same for Goudeys. I just watched a group of 50 1933 Goudeys close at $11 per card and you would be hard pressed to $6 or $7 out of most of them if you sold them individually.

The only thing I can hope to do now is find sellers that are listing a lot of low grade singles and get a break on shipping.

Jay

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