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Old 02-27-2017, 07:44 PM
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The first thing I noticed when I looked at this specimen is the overall eye appeal. It is really great. That is what I was hinting around in my last post. I am not saying that is what happened as I have no more info than anyone else. But it (a high price) can definitely happen and on a Ruth card like that.

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But as you know, in an auction, it takes two or more to tango, so more than one person bid up that card, as opposed to, say, a BIN. Of course it could be nothing more than people think a "variant" was much scarcer than the main version, which in this case (and many others) not really true.

If people big up because of centering and general look of card that's something I can get behind. I am always an advocate of those two things but it's not always a big factor in pricing.
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