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    2003 McNabb Leaf Limited Prime Threads Patch /25

    Heyas everyone. I have a question for all of you and would really appreciate some good feedback on it. I have an oppertunity to buy a 2003 McNabb Leaf Limited Prime Threads Patch /25 card. I don't have a picture but I have been told that it is a 3 color patch with 6 color breaks (blk/wht/blk/grn/blk/wht). I am interested in buying this card but I don't know where to start with an offer to the person that is selling it. Any and all comments, suggestions or what have ya would be appreciated on this matter at hand. Thanks in advance and have yourselves a safe one as always. :)

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    I would check ebay for pricing comparison (to see if any comporable have sold, prime or base #'d/100). Barring that, considering beckett gives it a high end of $50 for the prime ($20/base w/2.5 mult) for me $30 would be a good starting point.

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    Yea i would agree with oregonweim with around 30, but check ebay, i know a lot of people dont like lookin on ebay, but it just gives u an idea.

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    I was thinking around that area but was not to sure. You know how it is, don't want to throw out a number that would insult the other guy and don't want to throw out a number that you really don't want to go with. hehe. Thanks for all of your help and we will see how it goes. :)

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    QUOTE"Yea i would agree with oregonweim with around 30, but check ebay, i know a lot of people dont like lookin on ebay, but it just gives u an idea."

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