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Thread: Becket Guide's Prices?

  
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    Becket Guide's Prices?

    So are old, mint condition Beckett guides worth anything?

    I picked up the 1990 October/November edition with David Robinson on the cover for a quarter today.

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    I have a bunch datin back to '95. Got the one with the "3 J's" on it. Jim Jackson, Jamal Mashburn, and Jason Kidd.

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    I have a bunch datin back to '95. Got the one with the "3 J's" on it. Jim Jackson, Jamal Mashburn, and Jason Kidd.
    Are they worth anything though?

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    lol heck if I know.

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    Issue #1 goes for around $10-$20. That's about it, though. They're great to look at. I have issues #1 - #50. I quit collecting them after that, though. I used to cut out the art pictures on the inside covers, frame them, and hang them in my bedroom when I was growing up.


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    for a quater that was a good buy. i like reading the articles and see past prices

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    Yes Older beckets such as the one Tarheels put up are worth something, obviously the mint it is the more it will cost, but not all, i've got a whole tumbler full of old beckets dating back to 94 which is my earliest from all sports (Football/Baseball/Basketball) and are in great condition in those sleeve's and hopefully they will be worth something.

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    Worth something to someone. Once I get tired of collecting Ewing cards, I may turn to his Beckett/TuffStuff/SI covers.

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    Are there listings showing how much each beckett is worth?

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    Are there listings showing how much each beckett is worth?
    No. It would be a conflict of interest for Beckett to list their own price guide values in their publications (although they don't seem to care about conflicts in other areas, but that's another topic). Other price guides wouldn't want to list old Beckett values because they would be indirectly promoting a competitor. It wouldn't make good business sense. Just get on Ebay and set up a watch list for old Becketts. That's the best way to determine their market value. It works well for sports cards, too.

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