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Old 12-28-2017, 06:27 PM
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unfortunately the person who did them for me about a year ago has stopped listing his custom cards on ebay and hasn't responded to emails. I think he did a great job--they are crystal clear images (he somehow airbrushed out the calendar holes for hanging as well) and printed them on normal semi-gloss (normal) cardstock. I think he charged me about 50.00 for the set of 26 and i was very pleased. I agree with you, a lot of collectors might enjoy a set of these at (or near) that price.
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Old 12-28-2017, 06:49 PM
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unfortunately the person who did them for me about a year ago has stopped listing his custom cards on ebay and hasn't responded to emails. I think he did a great job--they are crystal clear images (he somehow airbrushed out the calendar holes for hanging as well) and printed them on normal semi-gloss (normal) cardstock. I think he charged me about 50.00 for the set of 26 and i was very pleased. I agree with you, a lot of collectors might enjoy a set of these at (or near) that price.

I would pay $50 in a heartbeat.

I snoozed on a custom set of Mid South Wrestling cards a few months ago and wish I hadn't.

These would be perfect to get signed and submitted to PSA in a blue flip as a trading card.

The only issue I see is if Brian who bought out Norman Keitzer would be okay with it. He owns the rights to it all.
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Old 12-28-2017, 07:22 PM
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If you saw the custom set on ebay, it was probably from my source. I sent him scans and he made the set for me and I did notice that he posted a few of them on ebay. He just seems to have disappeared
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Old 01-03-2018, 03:06 AM
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Seems like this is the thread for all 1982 Wrestling cards questions. I found this Hulk Hogan in a box of old cards recently. I have it up on ebay but wanted a realistic value and what grade could I possible get if I submitted it to psa? Thanks!




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Old 01-03-2018, 06:15 AM
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/1982-Wrestl...IAAOSwRbtaS~E2


Unfortunately the damage to lower left corner on the reverse is quite severe.

I think it would grade a PSA 2 and at most a PSA 3.

In my view you are better suited to sell it raw and either a person who just wants a copy buys it or perhaps someone wanting to get it signed.

With wrestling cards sometimes confirming the low grade hurts the value. I think in a PSA holder no more than $75, and out you might get as much as $150.

To achieve high grades you need near flawless corners. Your Hogan presents well on the front with solid centering and no print dot which will help.

Good luck.
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Old 01-03-2018, 07:06 AM
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I think Mr. Peck is spot on. Not to be mean, but there is no way that is anything close to a $500 card. Wrestling All-Star Hogans keep moving higher in value, but Hogan PSA 8s can still be had for less than $500.
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Old 01-03-2018, 12:11 PM
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Thanks guys! I really appreciate the info. I'm not educated in wrestling cards so I wasn't 100% sure. The $500 was just a starting price, not necessarily what I was expecting to get out of it. I figured you've never know with eBay but that's why the BO is there. If I find more, I'll put up more scans.


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Old 01-03-2018, 12:42 PM
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Thanks guys! I really appreciate the info. I'm not educated in wrestling cards so I wasn't 100% sure. The $500 was just a starting price, not necessarily what I was expecting to get out of it. I figured you've never know with eBay but that's why the BO is there. If I find more, I'll put up more scans.


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The Hogan Wrestling All-Stars card is one of the cards that I follow. Just for reference, here are most recent auction sales of the card in PSA 8 and PSA 7. I may have missed a sale here and there, but not many.

PSA 8 (going back to December 2015): $568, $512, $363, $401, $307, $356.

PSA 7 (going back to December 2016): $161, $200, $225, $155, $157, $182.

I don't really follow anything below PSA 7 for that card, but I remember a PSA 6 being a little over $100 at auction for that card.
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Old 01-04-2018, 08:22 AM
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3-3.5 on the Hogan IMO
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Old 01-28-2018, 08:58 AM
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Hey gang. I tried my hand at what the "next" series of cards might have looked like. Still finishing up the backs, but these are the fronts. I think I got everybody that I should have.. Any exclusions? Anyone there that shouldn't be? I'm going on the presumption that these would have been issued in 1984.







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