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    Card show pickup

    I went to a card show today and was only looking to spend $20 and I picked up a Troy Tulowitzki 2007 topps finest auto for $17 and I was wondering if thats his true rookie, and if that was a good deal for that card.

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    2005 was the first year he had autos produced, so I think those are considered his RC autos in the collecting world. 2007 was the first year he had multiple sets with autos, so it is what MLBPA considers his rookie year because that was his first full year in the majors. I think that $17 was a bit high, considering most of his 07 base autos run $8-12. But hey, nice pickup anyways! This kid is still young and can only get better.

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    I dont consider Bowman Draft and Prospects rookie cards because they arent rookies...

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    I forgot to mention its the Blue refracter #26/299

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    No BVs on open boards...
    Last edited by gmoney168; 06-08-2009 at 02:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stojanowski View Post
    I dont consider Bowman Draft and Prospects rookie cards because they arent rookies...
    I said it was his first auto in most collectors minds. There's more craze for Bowman 1st year autos than MLBPA RC autos.

    Oh and by the way nice pickup then for a low numbered RC auto refractor!

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    No BVs on open boards...
    I wasnt asking for a BV i was just wondering if $17 was a good price for that card, thats all

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBforce12 View Post
    I wasnt asking for a BV i was just wondering if $17 was a good price for that card, thats all
    No that's not why I edited it. Stojanowski posted the BV for the card. No biggie though...

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    No that's not why I edited it. Stojanowski posted the BV for the card. No biggie though...
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