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    Ewing/Barkley Card Misprint?

    Hello.
    I have a card from the 1991 fleer line that has a picture of Patrick Ewing with his name on the front and Charles Barkely's name and bio on the back.
    Is this a misprint?
    Price?

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    perhaps u could provide a number or something? is it just the base Ewing from 1991/92 fleer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyj View Post
    perhaps u could provide a number or something? is it just the base Ewing from 1991/92 fleer?
    This is this picture of ewing on the front and the bio for charles barkley on the back.

    Also, I had a question on PSA. How do you do that? And is it worth it for most cards? Can you describe the process and how much you gain from it?
    Thanks

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    there is no mention on beckett of that card being an error...so not sure

    and with PSA, its expensive (not sure on the exact amount) so its only worth it
    a) if the card is rare
    b) you know it will grade well

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyj View Post
    there is no mention on beckett of that card being an error...so not sure

    and with PSA, its expensive (not sure on the exact amount) so its only worth it
    a) if the card is rare
    b) you know it will grade well
    How could I truly find out if its an error? And are errors like that worth a decent amount of money?

    For PSAs, how expensive would you guess?

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    errors like that normally arent worth much, that card as an error is probably worth about $2 or so???

    and with PSA, the lowest cost is $15 per card for grading, all costs are on the website www.psacard.com

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    okay. and what is the best free card price guide online?

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    there isnt one...

    Beckett only costs $6 a month its not expensive

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