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Old 04-19-2017, 12:36 PM
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Old 04-19-2017, 12:51 PM
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Yes, Topps cards from the sixties that are severely out of register like those always get interest on eBay. The more extreme the better, and star players like Seaver are even more sought after. I would bid on them if you put them on eBay.
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It looks like something Ben would have an interest in....

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Old 04-19-2017, 12:59 PM
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Very cool look to them.

Being they're from the 60s - and the connotation that has - one has to wonder if these cards were printed normally but then went to Woodstock and were forever changed during the summer of love...

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Old 04-19-2017, 01:10 PM
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Awesome thanks guys!

Any idea what the value to these is?

are we talking $5? or $100 to the right buyer?

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Old 04-19-2017, 01:14 PM
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I've found pricing on errors to be hard to predict. If the right two people see it at the right time they can do pretty well. If not, they don't.

Of course this also depends on whether I'm bidding or not. If I bid 20-25, it'll go for 100 if I want it but don't bid it will usually go for closer to 5

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Old 04-19-2017, 01:29 PM
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Is the Seaver worth grading you think?

Would that help it at auction?
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It looks like something Ben would have an interest in....

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You are so correct Mr. Wheat.

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Is the Seaver worth grading you think?

Would that help it at auction?
No they are not worth grading. These are cool and if you know the right buyers you can get a slight premium for them. I would say around $3-$5 each on the Pete Ward and Rookie Stars card. The Seaver $10-$25, the $25 is only if you can find a Seaver collector that also collects printing error cards.

There is a very small group of buyers for these type of cards. There are a few of those guys on this forum including myself.
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I agree with Ben. They are interesting and probably worth more than another card of the technical grade, but you have to catch the right buyer. I know that I occasionally look for Mantles like this. If I find one, I am not paying PSA 8/9 prices for the card (since I already have a copy of the card anyway), but I will pay slightly more than a poor/good version of the card so that I can have an interesting but cheap addition.
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I'd trade you something for them valuing the cards above normal value. I'd say the three cards would have 40-55 dollars worth of trade value to me.

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