10-27-2012, 10:58 PM #1
Difference in 02-03 Private Stock Jersey (Retail?)
Just doing my daily search of Luongo cards and I noticed on my checklist that I need 02-03 Private Stock Jersey red /50. I know this one exists, but I also have a retail jersey on the list as well. I've never seen one, and all I have is the jersey /1475. After doing an ebay search of others it doesn't seem that there is a retail jersey version. Maybe there is and it's just exactly the same. Anyone help me out here??
10-28-2012, 12:07 AM #2
This is what I found after doing a beckett search of Luongo for Private Stock. I think its the one you are looking for. Can't post the BV's here thou.
2002-03 Private Stock Reserve #124 Roberto Luongo JSY
2002-03 Private Stock Reserve InCrease Security #10 Roberto Luongo
2002-03 Private Stock Reserve Patches #124 Roberto Luongo/150
2002-03 Private Stock Reserve Red #124 Roberto Luongo /50 (just says it s serial numbered not sure if its a jersey but I believe it is)
2002-03 Private Stock Reserve Retail #124 Roberto Luongo JSYCollecting Phil Kessel, Anna Kournikova & Danica Patrick cards! Trading for my PC only. PHIL KESSEL THE CUP ARP has been acquired. Looking for 06-07 SPGU Phil Kessel Lettermarks need letter S S E /50
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10-28-2012, 02:08 AM #3
As said above by Mnum I believe it just a numbered parallel. That going by recollection from the various breaks of that product in the past.
10-28-2012, 07:54 PM #4
The checklist states that it is "J" which means jersey, but doesn't give it a serial #ing. Any other opinions??
10-28-2012, 09:06 PM #5
I just remembered that I had asked a similar question about these Jersey cards on Beckett a while ago. Here is one of the responses:
"From what I remember, and what I quickly looked up, they (2002-03 Private Stock Hobby and Retail Jersey Cards) were the same cards, just inserted at a different ratio:
JERSEY ODDS 1:1 HBBY/1 PER RETAIL BOX
One in each pack for Hobby, Only one in each box for retail."