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Old 11-12-2015, 07:13 PM
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Thanks, those were mine. The Hannah and Bryant were both shipped to PSA at the end of October and were logged in last week. It's a 50 biz day special, so I doubt I'll get grades before 2016. I'll be sure to post them when I do.
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Old 11-12-2015, 08:41 PM
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Hi John,
I would choose the same four sets that you listed for the Mt. Rushmore of sets & I agree about some of the players in older, rarer sets being underrated, particularly those of Grange. I think that a lot of people aren't aware of some of the older rare issues. I really didn't see that kind of stuff (and wasn't aware of it) until I started looking at Net54 and seeing the posts of Jeff Payne, clamendo, revmoran, pubilus, etc...I think that they would slap me in the face if I ever got a look at their collections because I would drool all over their cards!

Below is a scan from the 1983 Beckett that illustrated my point about the Rockne. It used to be worth the same amount as the Nags!

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Was it you that had the Hannah Alabama playing card (as well as Bear Bryant)? If so, how did you make out with the PSA grades on those? They were pretty cool!
Look at price on the Tosi in there - that has certainly gained value.
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Old 11-13-2015, 10:18 AM
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Thanks Scott and Mike - appreciate the discussion! I love the 83 Beckett Chicle price guide - Scott, thanks for posting.

Tosi prices are really interesting - I don't think anyone thinks there were less Tosi cards issued than the other high numbers and I don't think anyone thinks we have a Tosi hoarder. The logical explanation is that it's a condition sensitive card and the shortage of high end examples has caused even the low end examples to become more expensive so that collectors can finish their sets. I don't think I'd auction a mid-grade Tosi right now though - too many midgrade Chicles auctioning off low - Tosi may come back to the pack with Dell Isola and the others eventually.....

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Reviving this thread to ask about team issues. I haven't seen a lot of discussion of them as RCs, but seems to me that if a team issues the item it should be in the mix. Here's a 1958 Cleveland Browns TI:



Also regionals. I am content calling this a RC:

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Don't forget about the 1926 Shotwell sets. They would be earlier than the 1928 Star Player Candy Grange.

Here you go:

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These are also approx 1926 cards:



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