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Old 03-03-2013, 09:27 AM
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I'd like to get a consensus on what a high and low end fair price is for old mill southern leaguers commons and hofers with black back and brown back are.


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Old 03-03-2013, 06:34 PM
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Kevin, we need a little clarification. What grade? Brown Old Mills are exceedingly rare, however dirty or faded blacks can take on a brown tint.

Old Mill is not a tough back. A real beater SLer should go for $25-50...something presentable should be in the $75-100 range. A blazer is substantially more.
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I recommend reviewing sold eBay auctions and VintageCardPrices.com.
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I'd like to get a consensus on what a high and low end fair price is for old mill southern leaguers commons and hofers with black back and brown back are.


Please add your input.

Kevin
Brown OM are only found with the SLer back, not with the "Large Assortment" back.
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I've been building an old mill sl subset as part of my chase for the Monster. I've seen PSA 3s go for 150-250 depending on the number of bidders.
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only 11 confirmed brown backs. i understand brown backs are rarer and i have looked at vcp for every card in the set. the vcp doesn't break down the backs.

what would you say the average common brown back SL goes for?

kevin
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no brown back om is common...and the price range they have sold is great...probably anywhere from 4-5K-30K...but I don't follow t206 religeously anymore.

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the browns are tucked in long time collections. Good luck finding one

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