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    Question on pricing - 2004 Topps Retired Ernie Banks Signed Yellow Printing Plate 1/1

    I just picked up this 2004 Topps Earnie Banks Signed 1/1 Yellow Printing Plate.
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    What type of price should I start at or could I do better sending it to a bigger auction?

    Any help appreciated.

    Thank you




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    I would look at sold Banks autographed printing plates to get a good idea on value. You can always start your auction at a high price with a make offer option. You could send it to a bigger auction if you wanted, but I am not sure how much of a fee they charge you.
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    Thank you for the reply.

    much appreciated.

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    eBay was not much help, but there is a printing plate listed currently that is signed and priced at $99.99. I didn't see any sold ones that were also signed. There was a 2019 AG printing plate that sold for under $40.

    You could start at $100 and see what happens from there. Is it just the photos, or is the autograph quite faded?

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    Yes the auto is weak and fading unfortunately but I got it pretty reasonably priced and just couldn’t pass it up

    Thanks for doing some research, It will put it up and see what happens.

    thanks again

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