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#131876 - 06/01/03 07:42 PM 1968 set collectors
remo
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Registered: 08/29/02
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Loc: washington state

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I was a little surprised that i got this one for 1.50 the top 2 sets dont have it yet. The card is #191 dan frisella it was only an 86 but for the price was surprised the 68 collectors let it go by.
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#131877 - 06/02/03 05:26 AM Re: 1968 set collectors [Re: remo]
srs1a
Old, dense-headed hammers are cool. Best nail pounders.


Registered: 08/15/02
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Loc: NY

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Remo,

I think you'll see that the market for relatively high population '68 commons is pretty soft in 8/88 and virtually vanishes at grades below that -- whether in SGC or PSA holders. The only thing that might modify that slightly for Frisella is that he is a met and there are a few PSA met collectors running around.

In my case, I've got a raw card ready to go in my next submission. No matter, 1.50 was a nice pick up for an 86 (unless the seller is getting you for $5 S&H!)

Collect on!




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#131878 - 06/02/03 07:42 PM Re: 1968 set collectors [Re: srs1a]
stanthemanfan
If I just sell the car, I can up my bid...


Registered: 10/28/02
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Remo,

I agree with Scott, anything below an 88 or 8 doesn't seem to draw any attention. My opinion is that there is still enough 68 material (whether raw or graded) available to allow most collectors to be a bit picky.

I just bought a SGC 92 on Ebay for $4.99 - unfortunately, S&H was $3.50 - but at $8.50, it was still a good deal.

Good luck with your set.

STMF

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