Best card ever pulled and best card ever pulled in a live box break

  1. Chipscards01
    Best pull by me: 2013 crown royale one of one colin kaep jersey auto /5. Sold it for 950 dollors.

    best live box break pull: 2012 momentum andrew luck printing plate jersey auto 1/1. Sold for 800 dollors
  2. ryangmillard
    ryangmillard
    Best pull by me was a 2005 (I think) Press Pass Eclipse Toney Stewart Undercover #20/20. I sold it for $450. At the time the only available lcs around here was all racing so my collecting gravitated towards that.
    Best pull in a group break I still have in my bucket and on the bay right now.



    I put a ridiculous buy it now price on it just to gauge some interests and see what offers I get. I Highly doubt the real price it sells for will be anywhere close to what I am asking.

    I also pulled a few RGIII rc autos, one sold and one traded.
  3. Chipscards01
    Nice card. So u still have it, u wanna trade possibly?
  4. ebelvin
    ebelvin
    My best pull ever was my first box of football since I got back in it 6 years ago. It was a box of National Treasures, I got a 1/1 auto of Paul "Bear" Bryant!!!! I ended up selling it on Ebay, I wish that I would have never sold it!!!!
  5. krunchtyme
    krunchtyme
    LOL I think my best pull ever was a 1978 Tony Dorsett rookie back in 1978. I normally don't buy those high $ boxes. Something about three kids and college and food. You know the story. Of course, I took that Dorsett and taped it into my Dallas Cowboys scrapbook back then as well.

    Now that being said, I'm not against doing a box break lol
  6. Chipscards01
    Haha, ya box breaks are fun. Its tough, tho haha
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