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Old 05-17-2018, 11:00 AM
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I wish low supply = high prices.

It's all about the hype.

Lets test it.

Each of these are the only one. Not a manufactured 1/1 there just aren't any more. Any takers on either at say $50K they're hall of famers, and 22 times as rare as the Jeter 10. So the should be like 220K right?



I was commenting specifically on the Jeter. There are loads of cards with limited availability but with limited demand.

22 copies in a 10 isn't exactly high.
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Old 05-17-2018, 11:05 AM
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As a good hobby friend and dealer said to me years ago, sometimes the only thing rarer than the supply is the demand. That has been brought home to me on many occasions, including when I got pennies for the highest graded (or close to it) copy of Johnny Mize's rookie card.
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Old 05-17-2018, 11:56 AM
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What difference would that make unless a sale did not actually go through?
Because WillBBC said that only five of these have hit public auctions since 2012. He didn't say that there have only been five auctions of these cards since 2012. I didn't check VCP to see if any were sold more than one time
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Old 05-17-2018, 12:03 PM
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Because WillBBC said that only five of these have hit public auctions since 2012. He didn't say that there have only been five auctions of these cards since 2012. I didn't check VCP to see if any were sold more than one time
What's relevant is the number of auctions, no? PSA just missed some that's all. Even of their 5, 2 are the same card.

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Old 05-17-2018, 12:24 PM
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I never really followed the prices of this card until I saw this thread that it is suddenly a $100,000 card in PSA 10. Like Peter, I don't really "get" the PSA 10 thing.

The card is $100,000 in PSA 10 and less than $300 in PSA 8. On the same night PWCC auctioned off the PSA 10, PWCC auctioned off two PSA 8s and they sold for $260.55 and $276.02.

Most of my collection is stuff outside the big four sports, but I think I would be satisfied buying an "8" for $300 and using the other $99,000 for Ruth, Cobb and Wagner cards that are actually rare.
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Old 05-17-2018, 12:28 PM
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To me, if by taking it out of the holder you destroy 90 percent or more of its value -- meaning that 90 percent or more of its value is in the flip -- it makes no sense. And I think that's a fair assumption in this case, nobody (unless they had some real in with PSA) is going to pay even 10K for a raw Jeter I don't think.
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Old 05-18-2018, 09:23 AM
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Given the price tag on the SP, the holders of the 2 PSA10 1996 Select Certified Mirror Gold must be ecstatic. True rookie year, only 30 printed (supposedly) and only 2 PSA 10s out of 13 total graded. How high could one of those go in the right auction environment?
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Old 05-18-2018, 09:31 AM
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The same guy on ebay has had numerous Select Certified Mirror cards seemingly for years, at incredibly high prices, and it doesn't look like any ever sell.
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When you talk about "most" 9s, how many of the 500+ have you personally examined? And how many 10s?
I've seen quite a few 9s and most have a visible flaw. I've even owned a couple. I have only seen a couple of 10s but could see the difference. As opposed to say an 89 ud Griffey where if you covered up the flip I would not be able to tell the difference between most 9s and 10s.
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Can Brent or Courtney (or anyone familiar with buyer or seller) confirm if this was a true real sale or not?
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