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Old 07-15-2018, 08:20 PM
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You can buy a solid 8 for a fraction of the price, and I mean a fraction...Plus, the cards are near identical....
I think that applies to most issues, not just T206s. And I agree.
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Ryan, I hear you, but I would take the under....Here's the problem now with T206s graded at 8 or higher, there just aren't that many buyers anymore....You can buy a solid 8 for a fraction of the price, and I mean a fraction...Plus, the cards are near identical....
The market goes up, the market goes down. It will be interesting to see how the Pre-WWII cards do in the future, from a value perspective. I remember when Caramels (E cards) were the hot thing. Now many, if not most, can be had for a small fraction of what they were 15 - 18 yrs ago.

I should add, it's also going to be interesting to see where these 9s and 10s end up. But it might be a different type collector of those than a mid grade card so that tells us something, just not sure what (investors?).
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