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Old 03-21-2017, 02:53 PM
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I keep seeing my two former super centered green cobb psa 4s i tried to sell here on net54 being sold and sold again at record prices....its the gift that keeps on giving and making me throw up again and again...
I am moving this quote from the T206/PWCC thread because I think it deserves its own topic. I sold a pair of T206 Cobb beauties early last year as prices began to rise, but I cannot believe how high they have risen to over the past 12 months. Obviously, I wish I had held onto them a bit longer, but you can't predict the market for baseball cards of players who died 50+ years ago!

Anyone else wish they had held onto a baseball card just a little bit longer?
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Old 03-21-2017, 02:59 PM
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UH YES! I wish i still had my m101-6 ruth!!!!
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Old 03-21-2017, 03:09 PM
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I wish I still had my 1921 E121 "Babe" Ruth PSA 3. Never expected that card to suddenly spike higher.
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Old 03-21-2017, 03:19 PM
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I traded a Seymour/ Drum a week before Jaime mentioned in a thread that he was doing a back run. Turns out the Seymour was 1 of 1. It ended up in David Hall's collection.
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One that I like keeping:
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Old 03-21-2017, 03:35 PM
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selling my O'Leary hands on knees with the Broadleaf 460 back in one of Leon's auctions. Someone here on the board had it last I knew. Had sent to to SGC for grading beforehand, it came back as trimmed, I protested, but didn't have enough time to resubmit. Know it showed up at an auction later in an SGC 20. Could probably sell it now and pay for my house.
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UH YES! I wish i still had my m101-6 ruth!!!!
Pete I just fainted and died when I read your comment. Say it ain't so. That my dream card. If I ever made it rich I would would not collect high end or even ultra rare. That Ruth might be my only splurge.
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Psa 7 T206 Speaker just sold for over 7k. PWCC just had one that went for 5k a week ago!


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Not pre-war or baseball, but sold a PSA 8 Bill Russell rookie (offline) in early 2015 for $8K. There were no public sales in the year before that, and I had trouble finding a buyer on here at that price for a month.

Next time one sold at auction a couple of months later, it went for close to $30K, and hasn't wavered from there too far in the past two years now - argh!
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I wish I had my Horner back. Got it for a steal on eBay and flipped for a nice profit but that money is long gone now. My love for Horner isn't:

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