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Thread: $35K for an Andrew Luck 1/1
02-16-2013, 11:25 PM #11
No way bidding is actually this high.
The winning bidder will not pay and this is all just a publicity stunt.
Card will be relisted shortly after the auction is completed with a high BIN BO option.
02-17-2013, 03:11 AM #12
it needs to be in a soft sleeve and top loader. Those magnetic cases allow movement which dings corners and edges. I cannot stand sellers shipping me high dollar cards in magnetic cases. I need to create a collector's 101 class ha.
02-17-2013, 09:32 AM #13
what difference does it make with regards to grading when its a 1/1? I'm not being a smart ___ I know little to nothing about grading but if it's the only one in the world and you want it, does that mean you will pay more or less depending on the grade? He has already stated that it has scratches and dings and is very open that it is far from mint. So why does he need to worry about getting it graded?
Also I don't know anything about publicity stunts on ebay. I looked at the guy's last auctions and he is only selling $1 cards for the most part. It has 113 bids with 50 different bidders and he has cancelled bids himself due to poor paying history. That is one elaborate stunt in which he will receive an ebay bill for 4 figures and will have to file a NPB etc etc to get out of the expenses.
Maybe you are suggesting that people are just bidding on it to make it go up and have no intention of buying. But I will bet you there is someone out there willing to go that high.
Heck the guy selling the Nick Toon 1/1 wants $800 OBO. And he hasn't even set foot on an NFL field yet.I don't care if you need a week to ship! Perspective.
02-17-2013, 03:52 PM #14
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02-20-2013, 10:18 PM #18
That was a lame ending!
I thought there would be a bidding war at the end but nothing
02-20-2013, 10:24 PM #19
That is insane! he wont be able to get 1/20th of that in six months.
02-21-2013, 02:25 AM #20