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01-28-2013, 03:53 PM #1
Kurri OPC RC PSA 10 - Over 2000$?
Does this seem a little high for a PSA 10 of Kurri's OPC RC? I wouldnt think a BGS 10 would get more than 500$. Would like some weigh in on this one:
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/1981-O-Pee-Ch...item5d36ea1bedCollecting 13-14 Upper Deck Series 1 Shining Stars RAINBOWS: 21/50 (42% complete)
01-28-2013, 03:59 PM #2
As the subtitle indicates, it's one of just two copies to have a perfect 10. Add that to the legendary Finnish collectors and their penchant for spending big bucks on their national heroes, and that's what you get.
01-28-2013, 04:03 PM #3
actually, just realized this was under it, funny enough a BGS 10 only got about 55% of that price:
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/BGS-10-PRISTI...item4d0772df1dCollecting 13-14 Upper Deck Series 1 Shining Stars RAINBOWS: 21/50 (42% complete)
01-28-2013, 04:04 PM #4
BGS will knowingly grade sheet cut cards while PSA does not. The trend has become that PSA will command a higher premium that BGS, check out the completed sales of any card, whether it be vintage or modern. I find BGS has lost a lot of credibility.
01-28-2013, 04:35 PM #5
BGS for anything pre-1990 is going to suffer because of the 'possibility' that it is sheet-cut (especially if it is from one seller in particular). PSA will still command the premium, in general. There will always be exceptions, but PSA is generally more desirable and a lot of that, in my opinion, is tied to the PSA registry. Registry set collectors are a different breed, so to speak (not meant in a bad way). I think it will be interesting now that Beckett has tried to 're-invent' their registry...
01-28-2013, 04:36 PM #6
"I like chicken wings"
-The Fat Man
01-28-2013, 04:56 PM #7
Well this is news to me, im glad i started this thread, thanks guys! very informative!Collecting 13-14 Upper Deck Series 1 Shining Stars RAINBOWS: 21/50 (42% complete)