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    This is weird

    Can anyone tell me why this sold for $16.49!!!!!!!

    Plus $2 shipping, thats $18 for a ?Jason Williams? card!

    Even if its a collector, who would pay that much for that card!?!?!?!

    Just found this a little weird when I was browsing the auctions....

    Comments welcome,

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    a lot of times the first one up will go for the most as all the collectors want to make sure they get it. Its really very common for cards to go ridiculously high, although such a level as this one sold for is usually not reached

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    someone's trash is another person's treasure

    that's Ebay!

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    yea but its a gold die cut and #99 from what im understanding commons are going to go for about 15-20

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    wow......thats a ton for a #/99 common......ill sell all my #/99 commons for $15!!!!!!

    Thanks for the info,

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    I think that serial #d cards are going down in demand, if you notice in the history of bids, all but 2 of them are by one user. My guess is, even though its a crappy way to do business, someone ran up the price for him. I have had people ask me to run up a bid for them, and thats the case here again. Unfortunately for the buyer, he paid 4x the price because of it
    I collect:
    NY Giants (especially Eli Manning, Evan Engram, Sterling Sheppard, Landon Collins)
    NFL and NBA Rookies of players that became impact players within their sports.
    Unlike many collectors, I am not big on Game Used cards. Will gladly trade GU cards for RCS!

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