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Old 09-10-2017, 09:46 PM
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Default T206 PSA 6.5 Collins common back PWCC

Just ended, $1700...Big money

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Old 09-10-2017, 10:01 PM
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The PSA 5 Cobb green just went little over $15.k, and bat off PSA 5 Cobb well over $6.k - whew!
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Old 09-10-2017, 11:13 PM
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And a T215 Tinker PSA 4 went for over $5K. I don't know the set well. Is that a shock to anyone else?
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Stop the presses....... An SGC 3 Young portrait outsold a PSA 3 Young portrait! Thought that didn't happen even if the SGC example was better.
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A PSA 5 with two chunks of paper loss on the back no less.


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The PSA 5 Cobb green just went little over $15.k, and bat off PSA 5 Cobb well over $6.k - whew!
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Even some T207 love - Sullivan PSA 5 went for > $400. One of the tough Recruit cards in most any grade, especially at or above PSA 3. Even 3 different bidders above $275
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Even some T207 love - Sullivan PSA 5 went for > $400. One of the tough Recruit cards in most any grade, especially at or above PSA 3. Even 3 different bidders above $275
Yeah I was impressed with the prices on almost all of the T207's. Lost out on a few commons where I bidded much higher than I normally would. Was shocked I got outbid. Maybe it was for the best.
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I was the underbidder on the tinker Red Cross and I was sure $5l would get it done; guess I was wrong. Healthy t206 prices indeed. Someone, however, got a good price on a real pretty tinker portrait IMO
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Old 09-11-2017, 10:38 AM
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The green Cobb 5, how it got into a PSA 5 holder w/2 parts paper loss??? And it also looks to be candidate for staining on back. Head scratcher for sure. The registry folks will pay for the flip I guess.
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The green Cobb 5, how it got into a PSA 5 holder w/2 parts paper loss??? And it also looks to be candidate for staining on back. Head scratcher for sure. The registry folks will pay for the flip I guess.
This card is a good example of a flaw that Psa has in their service when collectors send in older flips for re-holder into newer slabs.

If this were just a slider 4 that made it's way into a 5 slab no big deal, but this card which was graded long ago was simply re-slabbed into the same numerical holder when sent back in not taking into consideration their miss first time around.

There are many others in the market as well, but this one sticks out like a sore thumb since it's a marquee card worth big bucks.

Psa's inefficiency to address this just compounds the problem in my opinion. Beautiful card though even though it should reside in a 2 slab!
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