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    it is to somebody, if you catch the right item it worth more to some people.


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    WOW! I personally wouldn't be selling this card now. I think Grif is going to produce this year and that could make a major shift in this card.

    Right now: I'd say about $2-3K

    If Grif gets hot this year: $5k +

    Beckett just doesn't grade 10s on a regular basis. It's literally a perfect card.


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    WOW already up to $8000. I don't think I could ever imagine spending that much money on only 1 card.

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    Originally posted by pwaldo
    WOW already up to $8000. I don't think I could ever imagine spending that much money on only 1 card.
    And still hasn't met the reserve yet. He's charging $50 for insured shipping... is it really that much?

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    $8000 seems a litttle high to me and I would never pay that much for one card, but I suppose there are Griffey collectors out there with plently of money to spend and I think I'll watch this auction to see what it does sell for....

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    holy freaking cow. $8,100 offered, and it's not even acceptable by the seller?


    One thing about Ebay --- I am always amazed at what someone is willing to pay for stuff I thought was trash.

  10. #9
    That person has a potential gem on their hands, that's a nice card. Price seems too much for it, but heck, if people are willing to pay it - why not?


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    I think it's Griffey himself buying the card, who else has that much cash?!
    I think the guy selling is selling at a good time since most people think Griffey is going to have a comeback season; but if he doesn't I wouldn't have wanted to spend $8000 for that card!!!

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