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    Press Pass Autographs for sell or trade....

    The following is a list of Autographs:
    Vincent Manuwai,Bryant Johnson,Brandon Lloyd,Kwame Harris,DeJuan Groce,Andre Woolfolk,Andrew Pinnock,Jerome McDougle,Boss Bailey,Earnest Graham,Dewayne White,Eric Steinbach,Avon Cobourne,Dahrran Diedrick....

    The Following Autographs are #erd to 200...
    Brian St.Pierre 016/200,Boss Bailey 016/200,Angelo Crowell 118/200, Earnest Graham 130/200,Carson Palmer Class of 03 144/200...

    The following Autographs are #erd to 100...

    Byron Leftwich 004/100, Dave Ragone 001/100...

    I want REX GROSSMAN...Anything you feel is fair, let me know...mix and match or whatever you feel....

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    What do you want for the leftwich card. I have no grossmans, but what else do you collect. Let me know. Thanks.

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    I'd consider an equal trade on a Deion Sanders card I don't have... Right now my Deion Collection is at 2063 different cards.....which includes Baseball... Other than a Deion or Grossman, I'd have to try to sell the Leftwich for $ 75.00

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    Could not pay $75.00 as they go for between 35-50 on ebay

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    No disrespect to you intended.... I put NO stock into what Ebay or E anything sells things for... I just paid $ 100.00 for a Rex Grossman card I wanted on Ebay.. The key is that I wanted this card.. Ebay is an outlet for everyone to explore, I Ebay daily.. I'm well aware that ANY card is only worth what you can get for it. Leftwich may lose his ability to throw tomorrow and I couldn't trade it for commons to fill a set... It's all about fun.. I hope you find what you are looking for at your price...

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    I tend to disagree with your saying that a cards is "only worth what you can get for it". I think it's more lore like a card is only worth what your willing and able to pay for it. Unless it holds some kind of sentimental value. I also eBay regularly with no problems. I wouldn't bank on some of the cards you see there like ones with the NFL shield on the jersey cards and stuff. I read in thr most recent Beckett that alot of them are being found to be tampered with. So if someone is willing to pay a huge price for something that has the potential to be a fraud, then that means it is there willings to pay, not the other persons willingness to sell.

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    OK...I'll say this... A card is only worth what you can get for it if you are selling it... With that, a card is also only worth what someone was willing to pay for it.. I guess it goes both ways really, because I paid $ 100.00 for the Grossman card that may not be woth $ 3.00 next week... Your point is well taken, and it's good opinions such as yours that will continue making this forum fun !

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