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Old 08-26-2020, 11:08 AM
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Default 1987 1988 1989 Tiffany sets

What would b a fair price to pay for 1987 1988 1989 Tiffany sets with traded sets all factory sealed.
Would it be worth the risk to open the 1989 traded and hope to get a PSA 10 Griffey?
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I bought all the Tiffany sets and Traded sets when they came out and have not followed recent pricing but there are a lot of recent completed listings for Tiffany sets on ebay now

Have never opened mine and have no idea on the odds you seek but would guess not great

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I would also be leery that they're actually unopened. I've heard people can remove the foil and replace it without visible damage...
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If all you are doing is hunting PSA 10's of the big rookie
cards, you are making a losing bet. Much more
to cracking a Tiffany set than grading a Griffey.

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