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Old 04-27-2021, 10:21 AM
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I don't own a ton of vintage baseball cards but I do have a stash of 1953 Topps Satchel Paige. The SGC's are probably going to be crossed over to PSA at some point. The artwork and card design of the Satch 53 can't be beat.
Nice cards Jon. That card has grown on me over the years. For my project, I can remember a few years ago seeing signed ones go for $800-1,100, occasionally as high as $1,200-1,400, and I just never pulled the trigger. Now, one just sold in the last REA for $3,500.
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Old 04-27-2021, 11:22 AM
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I hope that assessment is correct. It just sold for $211.50 to someone outbidding 9 other bidders.
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Old 04-28-2021, 10:11 AM
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The odds of a Satchel Paige card, previously unknown for 70 years, just now showing up are way less than 1%. There is a reason you couldn't find anything on the internet. Buyer will probably return it.
I completely agree. But that less than 1% chance is fun to consider.

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The photo is from 1948-49, and I'm pretty sure 2.5" x 3.5" cards weren't standard until 1957.
Yeah, the card size with those images doesn't feel right.

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Nice cards Jon. That card has grown on me over the years. For my project, I can remember a few years ago seeing signed ones go for $800-1,100, occasionally as high as $1,200-1,400, and I just never pulled the trigger. Now, one just sold in the last REA for $3,500.
Thank you, sir. I was watching that same REA signed card but couldn't stretch that high. Beautiful card. Maybe some day.
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The Biden Satchel?

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Fantasy item.
Should we just call all such fantasy cards designed to look old "Helmars" from now on? They seem to have defined these types of cards.
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Nope. there are a bunch of others that sell regularly on eBay: Banty Red, Aceo, etc. Can't even really call them Broders anymore since there are more post-Broder cards than Broders.
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