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#70249 - 03/04/03 02:11 AM One of the largest mark-ups I've seen since Tiger Woods cards first hit...
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Wasn't this card the insert in the back of last year's National Convention program? I think it was. And isn't that stamp on it the one that the company would do for free if you stopped by their booths? I guess the GAI "1st graded" tag is what makes this card so valuable.
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#70250 - 03/04/03 02:20 AM Re: One of the largest mark-ups I've seen since Tiger Woods cards first hit... [Re: MW1]
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thanks for the heads-up MW ... My BIN finger is getting itchy!
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#70251 - 03/04/03 02:43 AM Re: One of the largest mark-ups I've seen since Tiger Woods cards first hit... [Re: srs1a]
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Poison oak or poison ivy?
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#70252 - 03/04/03 02:51 AM Re: One of the largest mark-ups I've seen since Tiger Woods cards first hit... [Re: MW1]
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Being totally unknowledgeable about card values, how much was Tiger Woods' first card marked up to when it first came out? Did/has it sold?
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#70253 - 03/04/03 03:04 AM Re: One of the largest mark-ups I've seen since Tiger Woods cards first hit... [Re: greggy]
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When the Tiger Woods hobby lore was still fresh like morning dew on grass, a 1996 Sports Illustrated For Kids (Tiger Woods) PSA 10 allegedly sold for $125,000 on eBay. That card, much like this one, was produced in fairly large numbers and was part of a perforated 9-card sheet. I suppose it's only a matter of time before one of LeBron James' cards sells for a similar astronomical price.

Today, a 1996 SI for Kids Tiger Woods (PSA 10) is worth far less.

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#70254 - 03/04/03 06:26 AM Re: One of the largest mark-ups I've seen since Tiger Woods cards first hit... [Re: MW1]
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To me its INSANE to spend that kind of cash on a modern card of any sport/player. I could buy atleast five nice exmt-nm SGC graded Old Judge cards for the "buy it now" price and there 116 years old!
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