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dannymac63
01-22-2008, 11:40 PM
I just got an 07-08 Co-Signers Kevin Durant/Jeff Green #01/19 Hyper Green. Any idea what it's worth?

Bondsaway
01-23-2008, 01:00 AM
They don't book yet, even when they do it won't due to scarcity. That will be a hard one to guesstimate

dannymac63
01-23-2008, 01:11 AM
Thanks for the reply. I was hoping that wouldn't be the case. If anyone else has any idea what they'd imagine the price would be, feel free to chime in.

tylermckinzie
01-23-2008, 01:15 AM
I'd say cash value on it would be around $30-$40...... using the dreaded ebay to compare.....

dannymac63
01-23-2008, 01:29 AM
I saw one numbered out of either 29 or 39 go for $25 plus $5 shipping on eBay, but then again, I figured that is probably the worst possible place to obtain any sort of actual value.

tylermckinzie
01-23-2008, 01:34 AM
One numbered 5/19 sold for $24.99 + $3 shipping this week, but you are right on saying ebay is not a good gauge of what it might truly sell for if you find a Durant collector in person......

tradebark
01-23-2008, 02:07 AM
uh, what?

ebay is the best guide for what the card should be worth

lord knows it isn't the $100+ that beckett will imply by their pricing of the higher numbered versions.. and it's a lot more practical to find a "durant collector" on ebay than it is irl.

tylermckinzie
01-23-2008, 02:10 AM
I know ebay is great for nice autos and rare cards, but I can sell local (Kansas City Chiefs, former Jayhawks players) inserts and game used of players that book $25 or less for 50-70% Book all day even though they may only go for $5 on ebay..... I am not talking about higher end stuff, of course.

Kirk Hinrich
Nick Collison
Jacque Vaughn
Paul Pierce
Tony Gonzalez
Kolby Smith
Jared Allen
Derrick Thomas

Amazingly, not Larry Johnson :-)

I wasn't clasifying the Kevin Durant as a high dollar card..... like I said, higher end stuff is probably much more ebay reliant. No one walks up to my table and asks for a $120 Brodie Croyle auto.

Bondsaway
01-23-2008, 02:37 AM
uh, what?

ebay is the best guide for what the card should be worth

lord knows it isn't the $100+ that beckett will imply by their pricing of the higher numbered versions.. and it's a lot more practical to find a "durant collector" on ebay than it is irl.

Actually its no different than beckett. Say beckett lists a john doe auto for $300 watch the final ending prices! Would be high. but what if beckett list the card as $10 have you ever seen anyone pay $30 for a beckett bv $10 I sure haven't. Since sports cards have a price guide it tends to stay roughly in the neighborhood. but everything else on ebay is a sellers market. Whatever they are willing to pay out.