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#1431626 - 11/03/06 07:04 PM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: Aces]
FYS
Bid more or post more... tough one...


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#1431627 - 11/05/06 08:55 PM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: Aces]
FYS
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I'm glad I got a 7 for $51 + fair shipping.

Email sent!




Chris,

Put the package in the mail tonight.
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#1431628 - 11/06/06 10:37 AM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: FYS]
njdolphins
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For Sale At Reasonable Prices:

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3. 1948 Bowman #43 Bruce Edwards: SGC 84/7 NM = $99






So you tell me you are collecting 1948 Bowman, win a card from me for $57 and want to sell it a the reasonable price of $99?? Have you given up on the set already??

1948 Bowman Edwards SGC 84
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#1431629 - 11/06/06 11:04 AM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: njdolphins]
FYS
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For Sale At Reasonable Prices:

Baseball

3. 1948 Bowman #43 Bruce Edwards: SGC 84/7 NM = $99






So you tell me you are collecting 1948 Bowman, win a card from me for $57 and want to sell it a the reasonable price of $99?? Have you given up on the set already??

1948 Bowman Edwards SGC 84




PSA 7 = $112.50, which is a higher realized price than my sell price.

I am still collecting the 48B set, along with many others. I have made a recent revalation. Whether is will be long term or not is another story. Only cards that I personally submit in raw form to SGC make my permanent collection. As for existing SGC slabs, I will continue to buy cheap and sell to the public at below other eBay realized auction prices, but higher than the amount I paid.
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#1431630 - 11/06/06 03:03 PM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: FYS]
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oh, what a tangled web we weave...

it's a small world after all
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#1431631 - 11/06/06 05:37 PM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: bbo]
srs1a
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this thread is oh so rich

note to myself...don't try to pull the wool over the eyes of either bbo or njdolphins

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#1431632 - 11/06/06 05:50 PM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: srs1a]
FYS
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this thread is oh so rich

note to myself...don't try to pull the wool over the eyes of either bbo or njdolphins




Wool? They were both shown cards that sold for more than my asking price on eBay. Good luck finding cards priced below eBay realized prices that are on eBay for a buy it now price or on a dealers web site as a fixed price.


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#1431633 - 11/06/06 07:32 PM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: FYS]
srs1a
Old, dense-headed hammers are cool. Best nail pounders.


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As I said previously....rich, very rich.
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#1431634 - 11/07/06 10:14 AM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: srs1a]
bbo
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"They were both shown cards that sold for more than my asking price on eBay."

What is so humorous is that both cards that sold for more on eBay were PSA graded examples. FYS not only is quick to point out how competitive SGC is with his perpetual head-to-head thread, but even quicker to pounce on the examples where SGC gets creamed, then he is more than happy to take personal advantage. Notwithstanding comments stating flat out that he is beginning a collection of cards in those years. But before the ink is dry on the postmark, said item is up for sale.

How are those sales coming, by the way?

No one begrudges you the profit potential. But why sneak around and make blatantly false comments in attempts to hide your motive? It also calls into question your "contest" data. Are you really including all the examples, or is it to your advantage to hide the crushing defeats since you were the winner and plan to sell later?

Very rich, indeed. Not to mention this partial cut and paste that captured the attention of the subconcious as my eye perused the computer screen:

srs1a
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#1431635 - 11/07/06 06:15 PM Re: Cards For Sale. [Re: bbo]
srs1a
Old, dense-headed hammers are cool. Best nail pounders.


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Thank-you bbo,

I am indeed old and dense....and happy to be so, but not blind....yet! I'm still chuckling about this thread.

Publishing a ton of questionably relevent market data...while bottom fishing on eBAY...how beautifully rich.


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