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Old 03-14-2017, 12:57 PM
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Ok great it has perfs it the real deal.
I am PSA Baseball ticket consultant so my opinion will seem biased however
as far as grading is concerned there two factors to consider.
There are now many World Series Ticket copies hitting the market these obvious copies have little to minimal value.
To get a price over a raw ticket (unslabbed) ; getting them PSA Graded will add a premium and authenticate them ( the cost would be about $60)
if yours "has no creases or visible wrinkles" it could grade a EX 5 or EXMT 6.
Currently there are 7 1946 Full Game 4 Tickets PSA graded EX 5 or less so yours could be the highest graded
and worth more than the one sold on $450 on Heritage which had no grade just authentic.
Another important reason getting them slabbed will preserve and protect them should some one handle them poorly when placed in a ,05 cent card saver.
Once again mine is a biased opinion , which others will point that out , I respect their opinion , but those World Series Copies will make certain buyers a little skittish who are new to the ticket buying hobby.
Obviously selling it now raw would save on fees and time so $400 would be a fair price as is raw unslabbed.

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Old 03-14-2017, 02:58 PM
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Ok great it has perfs it the real deal
I am PSA Baseball ticket consultant so my opinion will seem bias however
as far as grading is concerned there two factors to consider
there are now many World Series Ticket copies hitting the market these obvious copies have little to minimal value
to get a price over a raw ticket (unslabbed) getting them PSA Graded will add a premium and authenticate them ( the cost would be about $60)
if yours "has no creases or visible wrinkles" it could grade a EX 5 or EXMT 6
currently there 7 1946 Full Game 4 Tickets PSA graded EX 5 or less so yours could be the highest graded
and worth more than the one sold on $450 on Heritage which had no grade just authentic
another important reason getting them slabbed will preserve and protect them should some one handle them poorly when placed in a ,05 cent saver
once again mine is a bias opinion , which others will point that out , I respect their opinion , but those World Series Copies will make certain buyers a little skittish who are new to the ticket buying hobby
obviously selling it now raw would save on fees and time so $400 would be a fair price as is
I'm biased towards punctuation; particularly periods.
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Old 03-14-2017, 03:29 PM
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I agree with what David said about getting it authenticated. A lot if people don't like it, don't agree with it, whatever..........To each his own. I just started collecting tickets, and I want them all sent to PSA for 1) piece of mind that they are real (there are a lot of reproductions out there) and 2) protection of the ticket. It's a small investment and makes the value greater if you are going to sell it. Just my 2 cents, great ticket, good luck with it.
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I agree would display nice with a program, no need to grade - but really up to you

Maybe take it to the Boston show - PSA maybe going

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Old 03-14-2017, 03:50 PM
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Default grammer 101 was never my strong suit

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I'm biased towards punctuation; particularly periods.
grammar and spelling 101 was never my strong suit.
so plese expect my I aplogizeees espcally sMotAn 02

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I agree with what David said about getting it authenticated. A lot if people don't like it, don't agree with it, whatever..........To each his own. I just started collecting tickets, and I want them all sent to PSA for 1) piece of mind that they are real (there are a lot of reproductions out there) and 2) protection of the ticket. It's a small investment and makes the value greater if you are going to sell it. Just my 2 cents, great ticket, good luck with it.
A lot of reproductions? Really? Can you point to some on any websites?
And, for future reference, it's "peace of mind."
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grammar and spelling 101 was never my strong suit.
Probably not ticket evaluation, either.
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Old 03-14-2017, 05:57 PM
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https://www.etsy.com/shop/thundertix/items

Not saying the seller would try to be shady....but the buyer (then seller) might be.

This ticket comes up quite a bit as well, but I have the seat number memorized as a fake:
http://www.net54baseball.com/showthr...re+dame+ticket
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for what it is worth, I do not see "a lot" of reproductions in the vintage ticket world. At least not a lot that would fool even a semi-educated collector.
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Old 03-14-2017, 06:15 PM
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for what it is worth, I do not see "a lot" of reproductions in the vintage ticket world. At least not a lot that would fool even a semi-educated collector.
I do agree with this. If you do a small amount of investigating, you will see it as legit or fake. Even after all that, once you received it, you'll know immediately from the texture, thickness, and even smell.
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