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Mainstreetsportscards 03-12-2017 11:15 PM

Harmon Killebrew 1968 Venezuela Topps PSA 8 Value Advice
 
I should have this back from PSA within the next couple days. I am looking for advice on value of this. Its the highest grade and pop 1. Next highest is a PSA 5. I have a couple people interested already, but I'm just looking for advice on value.

Thanks for the help.

7nohitter 03-13-2017 08:06 AM

$5-7 dollars...I'd go $10 on it to help out a fellow New Englander. Shipping would have to be on you.

bobsbbcards 03-13-2017 09:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 7nohitter (Post 1640594)
$5-7 dollars...I'd go $10 on it to help out a fellow New Englander. Shipping would have to be on you.

You need to learn to use the smiley faces when you make jokes. Here's a few to copy/paste. :) :rolleyes: :o ;) :confused:

A PSA 3 Vennie Killebrew sold for $120.41 in January 2016. Your card is easily a $500+ card. You would do well to put it on eBay at $0.99 and let the big boys fight it out. If you're not comfortable with that, but it on eBay with a buy-it-now that's a bit over what you're being offered ($750?) and see what sticks.

As far as sales for PSA 8 HOFers, there haven't been any. A PSA 7 Billy Williams sold for $166.49 in January 2015. Here are some more:

PSA 6 HOFers
2 Yaz/Robinson/Kaline $975
45 Tom Seaver $1,020
110 Hank Aaron $1,122.66

You get the idea. Good luck with your card! :) <- proper use of smiley

1952boyntoncollector 03-13-2017 10:03 AM

I think theres a plus or minus $400 disparity on what you you can get on the card depending on the week etc. I also think its in the 800 -1000 neighborhood but could go as little as 400-500 at auction. If i netted 700 that wouldnt be terrible

hcv123 03-13-2017 09:20 PM

My 2 cents
 
A PSA 8 Venezuelan is a crazy rarity of any player. That said, I agree with previous posts that the potential disparity could vary widely depending on who sees the card. That said, also as stated previously, I think that an ebay auction is likely the best way to realize the best current market value for the card. It should sell for at least $400-500 and possibly significantly higher if you have at least 2 people who want it bad enough. Good lock. Would love to see a scan.

glynparson 03-14-2017 07:35 AM

honestly
 
i would list as bin $1000-$1250. with make an offer. that is a great card.

murphy8276 03-19-2017 09:18 AM

This card is deserving of an auction house's attention...

TheNightmanCometh 03-19-2017 12:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bobsbbcards (Post 1640627)
You need to learn to use the smiley faces when you make jokes. Here's a few to copy/paste. :) :rolleyes: :o ;) :confused:

A PSA 3 Vennie Killebrew sold for $120.41 in January 2016. Your card is easily a $500+ card. You would do well to put it on eBay at $0.99 and let the big boys fight it out. If you're not comfortable with that, but it on eBay with a buy-it-now that's a bit over what you're being offered ($750?) and see what sticks.

As far as sales for PSA 8 HOFers, there haven't been any. A PSA 7 Billy Williams sold for $166.49 in January 2015. Here are some more:

PSA 6 HOFers
2 Yaz/Robinson/Kaline $975
45 Tom Seaver $1,020
110 Hank Aaron $1,122.66

You get the idea. Good luck with your card! :) <- proper use of smiley

I would definitely not put it at a .99 auction. There is just not enough people interested in VZ's right now to take that big of a risk. The best advice is for him to put it at $1200 OBO and wait for offers.

Cobra Kai 03-19-2017 01:02 PM

Send it to one of the big auction houses & see what happens. Should be able to get over $1,000. 68 Venes are tough


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