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    Gem mint Larry Bird-Magic Johnson rookie card goes for $125,200

    A gem mint version of a 1980 Larry Bird-Magic Johnson Topps rookie card had a winning bid of $125,200 on eBay on Wednesday night.

    If the sale is consummated, it would be one of the highest prices paid for a basketball card.

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    Wow that's a big sale for the card. In a way it isn't because they are 2 of the greatest NBA players and the NBA is a global market with a lot of high rollers but on the other hand it is a card from 1980. In the card world that is nothing but I guess when you have Jordan's rookie from 1986 that makes the 1980 look ancient.

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    It doesn't seem all that ridiculous today. The card is iconic, and I imagine that many of those copies were perforated before people started to understand the value of the hobby in the late 80's.

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    , and I imagine that many of those copies were perforated before people started to understand the value of the hobby in the late 80's.
    This is the a very valid point. I wonder what percentage of the print run was ripped apart. Maybe 10%?

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