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Old 10-01-2002, 09:56 AM
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Posted By: runscott

Any thoughts on where we are and where it's heading? I have a bunch of auctions to run, but I'm thinking the vintage market has to improve soon. The odd thing is that I'm not seeing many bargains out there, just fewer decent items for sale.

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Old 10-01-2002, 10:13 AM
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Posted By: Jay Miller

Scott--I agree. The prices of better material are as strong, or stronger, than ever(at least in what I collect). Any Old Judge in what you are going to list?

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Old 10-01-2002, 10:52 AM
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Posted By: runscott

I really like OJs, but haven't started collecting them yet.

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Posted By: Brian C Daniels

the housing market is still way up for the same reason the card market is.....pull money out of your ever shrinking stock markrt portfolio and buy collectibles! The market is red hot still!..........and you are correct Scott,nice stuff is sucked out!

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Posted By: Dawn Patton

I have something very interesting but cant find any info on it i thought maybe you could help. I have a 1946 Nickie Fox baseball card. She played for the Kenosha Comets fron wisc. The card is from the Ted Williams card company. I have the original card it isnt a fake.

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Posted By: David

The card is from 1993 and, in high grade, is worth a few pennies.

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Posted By: David

I meant 1994 (age not price)

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Posted By: TBob

It all depends on what you are after. I see Vg E94s (no overprints either) going for close to $200 on ebay and HOFers in beat up shape from the T205 set getting EXMT prices. I think it is still a seller's market on caramel cards and certain tobacco sets.

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Posted By: Julie Vognar

He's charging me plenty, so I assume HE was charged plenty. I intend to aSK HIM WHO HE GOT IT FROM TOMORROW WHEN i CALL TO PAY HIM.

Card is due in the morning, so naturally I'm cutting all the things I have to do tomorrow till the FedEx truck arrives. My shrink is used to it. She doesn't like it, but she's used to it.

Meanwhile, if any of you would like to fess up, I'd be glad to listen!

How'd I get it? Everytime I talked to T. Knouse, I said "Mayo Nichiols in great shape" several times. so he couldn't forget.

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Posted By: Julie Vognar

the rest will have to wait till later in the month, when I should also get the dough to pay you--no, it's not THAT expensive!

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