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#206060 - 09/04/03 06:31 PM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions [Re: srs1a]
theBobs
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I didn't track the auctions, but remembered the BINs were low by the original seller.


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#206061 - 09/05/03 07:34 AM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions [Re: theBobs]
KLL
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Michael

Respectfully, I must disagree with you on this one. I think your analysis of this is a bit off.

I believe that the day will come where SGC cards will sell for similar prices as PSA cards. It just is not happening at this time. There are exceptions. SGC market share is much too small to be a factor at this time. WHen the day comes that SGC market share is comparable to PSA's, then you will see similar value for similar cards.

Those were nice cards. Some scans would be nice for any of the cards that make into SGC holders. 1963 Fleer is one year that looks exceptionally nice in SGC holders.

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#206062 - 09/05/03 11:35 AM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions *DELETED* [Re: KLL]
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#206063 - 09/05/03 03:36 PM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions [Re: MW1]
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I have to agree with Srs1a and KLL on this one. My observation of the market from shows I attend and watching ebay auctions everyday is that PSA graded baseball cards command a higher price in most cases than SGC cards of the same grade. While I believe that SGC is slowly closing ground, there is still a noticable difference. While both sides can cite examples to make their case, I think a large scale statistical analysis of ebay transactions over a given period of time would show that PSA cards overall (stars and commons) bring in higher prices. I could be wrong, it is just my opinion.

I am not a PSA supporter as I have a strong preference for SGC cards for my collection, although I do buy PSA cards for crossover to SGC 88 or better. There is no question in my mind that SGC is far superior product, but that is a separate question from market place realities.
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#206064 - 09/05/03 03:40 PM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions [Re: MW1]
Basilone
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the statistics clearly support my contention that there is little or no difference between SGC and PSA prices for "common" 1963 Fleer baseball




You should sell some then and get record prices....like I did.

Please list a SGC 92 Steve Barber #1....I will even bid on it.

John


Edited by Basilone (09/05/03 03:42 PM)

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#206065 - 09/05/03 08:52 PM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions [Re: Basilone]
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another one bites the DUST or it sure does look like it?
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#206066 - 09/06/03 01:22 PM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions [Re: Basilone]
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You should sell some then and get record prices....like I did.



Record price. Singular. One common.

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#206067 - 09/07/03 08:02 PM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions [Re: MW1]
Basilone
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You might want to take a look at the Bobby Richardson and Billy O'Dell.

Among others.

Since Ive followed the 1963 market everyday for over a year...I am confident in my knowledge of the market......

So....list those SGC 88s....Im waiting to bid !!!

Let me know when you list them.

John


Edited by Basilone (09/07/03 08:04 PM)

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#206068 - 09/07/03 08:06 PM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions [Re: Basilone]
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John

Not for nothing but I noticed a grand total of zero bids placed by you on my SGC 88's.

Ron
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#206069 - 09/07/03 08:11 PM Re: Analysis: Price Of Recently Ended PSA versus SGC auctions [Re: njdolphins]
Basilone
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I may start.....there is some value there.

John

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