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Old 05-12-2009, 09:54 AM
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Default 1951 Mays vs. 1954 Aaron

I am not a PSA member (so can't check pops), nor do I have access to Vintage Price Guide. So, please question:

What is lower pop in PSA 7 and 8 grades - the 1951 Bowman Mays RC, or the 1954 Topps Aaron RC ?

And what is the value of the '51 Mays in PSA 7 and 8 - and the value of the '54 Aaron in PSA 7 and 8 ?

My guess is the '51 Mays RC is undervalued - maybe not ? And the 1954 Aaron is not undervalued - just my guess.

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Old 05-12-2009, 02:22 PM
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Here are the pop report numbers:

1951 Bowman Mays PSA 7: 92, PSA 8: 71
1954 Topps Aaron PSA 7: 299, PSA 8: 172

I don't have access to VCP prices, but here are the SMR values:

1951 Bowman Mays PSA 7: $3,200, PSA 8: $10,000
1954 Topps Aaron PSA 7: $1,600, PSA 8: $4,200

Hope this helps!

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Old 05-12-2009, 05:06 PM
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Default Mays RC vs Aaron RC

So, the 1951 Mays PSA 7 is roughly half the pop as 1954 Aaron PSA 8.

Yet the 1954 Aaron PSA 8 is worth more than the 1951 Mays PSA 7.

Interesting. Seems like more value to be had in a 1951 Mays PSA 7.

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No problem, glad I could help!
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I wonder what the update on these price and pop are now lol
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I am not a PSA member (so can't check pops), nor do I have access to Vintage Price Guide. So, please question:

What is lower pop in PSA 7 and 8 grades - the 1951 Bowman Mays RC, or the 1954 Topps Aaron RC ?

And what is the value of the '51 Mays in PSA 7 and 8 - and the value of the '54 Aaron in PSA 7 and 8 ?

My guess is the '51 Mays RC is undervalued - maybe not ? And the 1954 Aaron is not undervalued - just my guess.

Thanks, steve
You don't need to be a member to check the pop report.
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1951 Bowman Willie Mays population psa 7 -112 psa 8 -75.

1954 Topps Henry Aaron population psa 7-363 psa 8 192.

I can’t find a solid price on them

But 9 years later it seems that the numbers have grow but not by much.
I wonder if this is all from resubmitting these cards. I know that the price have went up more then the pop lol. I hope the original poster bought both back then.
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This information is not correct, actually, with regards to SMR value.

Mays 51 Bowman PSA 7 = $12,000 and PSA 8 = $42,500
Aaron 54 Topps PSA 7 = $6,000 and PSA 8 = $22,000

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Here are the pop report numbers:

1951 Bowman Mays PSA 7: 92, PSA 8: 71
1954 Topps Aaron PSA 7: 299, PSA 8: 172

I don't have access to VCP prices, but here are the SMR values:

1951 Bowman Mays PSA 7: $3,200, PSA 8: $10,000
1954 Topps Aaron PSA 7: $1,600, PSA 8: $4,200

Hope this helps!
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Guys, the original question was asked 9 years ago. Of course the information is out of date.
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Old 03-06-2018, 03:49 PM
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Guys, the original question was asked 9 years ago. Of course the information is out of date.
Sorry about that! Missed that crucial piece of information.
Well, the SMR price info is now updates
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