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    Arrow Trade Advice

    I get:
    07-08 Topps Finest Glen Davis 1/1 Magenta Printing Plate
    08-09 Topps Signature Chris Paul Auto /649

    He gets:
    03-04 Fleer Flair Carmelo Anthoney Rookie Auto Auto (BV $60)
    07-08 Artifacts Michael Jordan GU /250 (BV $40)




    It should be known that the CP3 sells for the same as the Melo. I guess really the question is whether or not the Jordan GU would be worth it for a Glen 1/1. I imagine the 1/1 would sell for 25-ish. Please let me know what you guys think. Thanks!

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    i personally like the cards your gonna give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by beex215 View Post
    i personally like the cards your gonna give up

    Thanks for the opinion. Also, considering I'm a Glen Davis collector that already has 3 plates from this set, what do you think of it?

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    You should do that trade, since you are a huge collector of Glen Davis.
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    Hijack: I'd do it, too, strictly from the player collector standpoint.

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    Seems very fair to me, yes Jordan is Jordan but also you get a Davis RC 1/1 plate that you need, now if it was a higher end Jordan it'd be different but very fair imo
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    it's a 1 of 1 you can only get one of those and don't show up often on the other hand jordans #d to 250 are very easy to find. So do it

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