I understand your desire to sell it whole, with (perhaps) the hope of the buyer keeping it intact. But you could be leaving a substantial sum of green on the table.|
I doubt a single individual buyer will push it above six figures. You may get a few guys that go in together and agree to split it up. That might get it up to the six figure level.
At an average grade of 91.1, that roughly translates to an 8.388 on the 10-point scale. At least five current sets on the PSA Registry exceed that numerical average, but I have no doubt whose set is the higher quality. Yours!
Here's hoping some of those Registry Chasers bid you up, with the intent on crossing to improve their lot in life. Though that would be a sad day indeed to break up a beautiful SGC set.
#1 in 1959 Topps