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Old 07-07-2017, 10:53 AM
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Considering a psa 3 sold for 60k and and sgc 40 sold for 32k THIS YEAR, his price doesn't seem unreasonable. Though it was suspected that this was one of the cards that were "manipulated," it is a very rare true rookie card of a legend. I would throw a 30k offer and go from there, though there are varying opinions on this board as to what a "best offer" should be. You can always hang your hat on the qualifier.

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Nice call by MattyC on the meteoric rise of this card. Four years ago to the day! Should have bought every one that I could find.
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Old 07-07-2017, 11:12 AM
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It is easy to see from the awkward stance where Lou's strength as a power hitter came from - the big butt and tree trunk legs.
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Old 07-07-2017, 01:10 PM
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Besides the pencil writing on the front, how was this card manipulated?
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Old 07-07-2017, 01:11 PM
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Besides the pencil writing on the front, how was this card manipulated?
He means the price of the card in general, nothing about this card specifically.
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Old 07-07-2017, 03:07 PM
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Default Other Gehrig Exhibits?

So the 1925 Gehrig Exhibit is now recognized as THE rookie card and consequently is super spendy. How are the second year cards doing value wise? i.e.. the 1926-29 Exhibits which have two variations, the "batting" (looks like '33 Goudey pic) and the "portrait". I haven't seen the 1926-29's play out in auction for a long time - I missed them if/when available. Also, I think there is a 1927 Gehrig Exhibit as well. How have these cards done? PSA populations appear quite low.
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Price fluxuations happening with that card. Goodwin sold one under 20k a couple of months this ago. LOTG sold one for 30k which didn't seem any better than the Goodwin one. I wouldn't pay more than 20k for it. Yes, I saw the HA ones that fetched a lot more a year ago, but since then the prices have come down. Be patient as more will turn up soon including the next LOTG auction which is much nicer than the eBay one
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Old 07-07-2017, 04:31 PM
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To me its in the 25k-35k range I would list it for auction if i had 15-20k into it..

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I paid $1,500 for my '27 Exhibit back in May. Maybe I overpaid some, not the first time for me but,

I wanted something from Gehrig's first MVP year and from the Yankees historic 1927 murderer's row campaign.
Love the pose.
Population is pretty low.
Didn't want to risk the price escalating like the '25 exhibit.

So I took the plunge. Don't regret it one bit!

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What do you think is a fair offer if you were thinking of buying?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1925-Exhibit...gAAOSwq~tZXpP3
I could see that one bringing 60k or close to it in an auction. I could also see it going in the 30-40k range. Hard to say what's fair for an offer. I would just send an offer of what you're willing to spend and see what he says.
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