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    Is this a fair trade. Opinions please

    Ok both cards good one for the player auto patch and one for the decent player but rare rookie
    Cards are
    Nuge dominion. Horizontal auto patch 92/93
    Hogdson titanium rc xx/19

    Both great cards just thinking of long run return if I decide to sell or trade. Thanks
    Phil

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    I would say that it is lopsided to the Nuge side...any way you look at it, he was a number 1 pick...there will be some lasting power with that card. Hodgson....he was what, a top 10 pick? And who knows how we turns out for the Sabres. Could be extremely good...or? which is why I say at least the nuge is a number 1 pick...just my thoughts on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmaksymyshyn View Post
    I would say that it is lopsided to the Nuge side...any way you look at it, he was a number 1 pick...there will be some lasting power with that card. Hodgson....he was what, a top 10 pick? And who knows how we turns out for the Sabres. Could be extremely good...or? which is why I say at least the nuge is a number 1 pick...just my thoughts on it.
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    99% chance the Nuge will definitely be worth more than the Coho in every aspect.
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    I'm gonna disagree with the first two posts and say the better of the deal is the Hodgson.

    The Hodgson is a true rc and a very short print at that. If he does anything in his career it will be his hardest to get. The Hopkins, first overall pick aside, is just a patch auto. Which in this hobby market means he will likely have 300 patch auto's numbered to 100 (93 in this case) or less by the time he has played 5 years in the league.

    If it was a true Hopkins rc it would be different, but its just a parallel to me.

    Then again, who the hell am I, and what do I know?
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    Hears a good question in all sports the parallel brings a higher demand. IE bowman topps and every other product in this case cause of the lower print runs why is this different in this case even the cup its rc auto patch sp carries a higher value why not with this one. Its his rc and auto and patch ?
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    Right now the hopkins easily. In the long run id say hodgson because it is so SPed /19 and the nuge is NOT A TRUE RC. If I planned to pick one and sell it with in a year the go hopkins but in 5 years or longer the hodgson will be extremly tough to find making it worth more. Because Hodgson has a name to himself and is not a mid to low end scrub I will pick the hodgson
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habitforming View Post
    I'm gonna disagree with the first two posts and say the better of the deal is the Hodgson.

    The Hodgson is a true rc and a very short print at that. If he does anything in his career it will be his hardest to get. The Hopkins, first overall pick aside, is just a patch auto. Which in this hobby market means he will likely have 300 patch auto's numbered to 100 (93 in this case) or less by the time he has played 5 years in the league.

    If it was a true Hopkins rc it would be different, but its just a parallel to me.

    Then again, who the hell am I, and what do I know?
    I'll go one further than my esteemed friend and say that it's just a rookie photo shoot patch auto. I know that people value the rookie-year stuff quite a lot, and that's their choice, but that little piece of fabric has never seen on-ice game action. I've always been more interested in the memorabilia cards of a guy's second year of licensed cards because at that point they're all from an NHL game.

    But that's just me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habitforming View Post
    I'm gonna disagree with the first two posts and say the better of the deal is the Hodgson.

    The Hodgson is a true rc and a very short print at that. If he does anything in his career it will be his hardest to get. The Hopkins, first overall pick aside, is just a patch auto. Which in this hobby market means he will likely have 300 patch auto's numbered to 100 (93 in this case) or less by the time he has played 5 years in the league.

    If it was a true Hopkins rc it would be different, but its just a parallel to me.

    Then again, who the hell am I, and what do I know?
    +1 completely.

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    Easy win for RNH, if you are getting it... go for it!!!!

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