You think the Blaze Jordan market is crazy? Wait until you see what the Sox getting a 1-1 talent in the pipeline looks like.Would be a crazy scramble for that #1 overall pick in a break draft haha. Screw it let's just all save up for individual cases and Zoom the breaks!
Thank you I'm sorry again. Appreciate you taking the time to answer.
Okay I took it and put it in some of the protectors @PortageeExpress sent sorry Nick Bitsko youll get covered tomorrow. And then put it in the top cabinet of my china cabinet. That seem okay for short term?Hard to give a direct comp, but there’s a non-auto 2020 Shohei Stadium 1/1 Superfractor listed at 6,000 on eBay here:
Also the /25 of your card is currently listed with a bid of $575 here:
I would say at the very least, you’re looking at several thousand dollars and should absolutely be putting it in a sleeve or a case and not let your little one slobber on it if possible.
Sounds fine to me. I keep most of my stuff in a drawer. Anywhere where it’s out of the line of fire from kids or pets should be good.
Oh that's a cool filter. I'll keep this one safe it's a such a nice card for an amazing player.Beautiful card! Congratulations! 1 of 1's are inherently tough to value. You can see what some of the other Ohtani 1/1 autos have sold for here:
If you see "Best offer accepted" on a Buy It Now, you can find the actual accepted price at slabwatch.com
And yeah, keep kids and pets away!
Super rad! I’m not good at this, but looks like there are 5 different Ohtani cards in the product so 5 different 1/1. What are the odds 2 of them are with SoSH members?
If it grades high enough, yes. A card like that graded at an 8 will probably sell for less than if it's not graded at all. You're also waiting months, and months and months for it to come back from a grading service right now, and by then, 100 more Ohtani 1/1's will hit the market (these cards are at their peak as close to the release date of the product as possible), so you're probably losing money waiting for it to come back.Yeah for sure. But it seems like graded always sells for more.
For sure.If it grades high enough, yes. A card like that graded at an 8 will probably sell for less than if it's not graded at all. You're also waiting months, and months and months for it to come back from a grading service right now, and by then, 100 more Ohtani 1/1's will hit the market (these cards are at their peak as close to the release date of the product as possible), so you're probably losing money waiting for it to come back.
I'd be comfortable saying that card, ungraded, will sell for just as much as one that grades an 8.5-9. You may get a little more as a 9.5, and a lot more as a 10, but again, you have to wait for them to come back, and then hope the grade actually comes in that high. Because once it's slabbed, it can be pretty hard to break it out of the slab and sell it unslabbed without damaging the card (or running into a buyer who knows how to use the grading database to see it's already been graded once).
Update on this. It finally reached my brother. Of course after I bought him another oneSo I did the stupidest thing...
I bought a Rickey Henderson RC for my brother. Put it in a mailer...and used Paypal shipping (which I always use, and my wife uses for her business) and shipped it off.
Checked the tracking...and SOMEHOW, instead of CANADA, I put CONGO.
Now - I'm HOPEFUL they look at the address and see the Postal Code and put two and two together. But I don't know. I tried to replicate the error - and CONGO isn't even on their fucking list of countries. So I'm like...what the fuckkkkkk. The price was the same as shipping to canada normally, too. So I'm so confused.
That's awesome! Nice pull. It's too bad he decided to try to play baseball and flood the market with baseball cards or else this one would be worth a lot more. I've got two of these in my parent's house somewhere, myself, and it's always been one of my favorites.
Forget Ebay, grade this via PSA and send it to Goldin, but you might want to hold it for a while especially if it hits a 10. Pay the $300 or whatever it costs to fast track it right now. 1/1 like this for a superstar will never go down, unless he breaks everything and has to stop playing.
Randomly browsing this thread. You're going to have to help me on this one. Is this post sarcasm, or am I missing something about this card?
It’s a short print that Upper Deck did after MJ did a practice with the White Sox.Randomly browsing this thread. You're going to have to help me on this one. Is this post sarcasm, or am I missing something about this card?
Okay. Thanks for reminding me that it's labelled an "SP". I guess I thought that was a ruse back in the day because I remembered them being incredibly common. But I obviously wasn't doing a statistical study back then.It’s a short print that Upper Deck did after MJ did a practice with the White Sox.
I read that the odds are somewhere between one in every case roughly. So to get it out of a random eBay box is lucky. It’s one of my favorite old cards and I bought one recentlybecause I thought there was no way i would pull it.
Just a pretty cool feeling.
Some of the others around here know a hell of a lot more than me. But eBay completed auctions is your friend. If it’s a 2018 Topps Chrome refractor, it looks like about $200 raw (ungraded), $300ish PSA 9 and $800-900 PSA 10 gem mint.Thanks for the info. I really didn't know exactly what I was holding.
Another site I use is 130point.comSome of the others around here know a hell of a lot more than me. But eBay completed auctions is your friend. If it’s a 2018 Topps Chrome refractor, it looks like about $200 raw (ungraded), $300ish PSA 9 and $800-900 PSA 10 gem mint.
Logan's Dad has it right. Game used means worn in a game. Player used means worn by the player (usually at some signing event or other exhibition or conference). When it comes to any jersey/relic cards, the key to value is the number of colors on the patch. A plain white patch (I call them tissues) is worth very little unless it's someone like Trout or Ohtani, in most cases. But they have lower numbered "patch" cards, usually taken from a part of the jersey where multiple colors or sponsor logos are located. Those can be worth good money based on the look of the patch alone. Same goes for cards that have patches and autos. The patches that have more colors along with the auto, particularly an RPA (rookie patch auto) will be where the money is.Here's something that I don't know if I know and I'm hoping someone here can set me straight on. When "game used" cards started coming out the deal was that the little patch in the card was from a game-used jersey of the player. In looking at some recent cards I don't see the same language about that being the case, and I'm wondering what exactly is this patch supposed to be from. I read something online about how Panini will lay out 25 or whatever jerseys in front of a player who will then put them on one-by-one for less than a minute each and that these patches are from those. Is that what's going on with current players and these game used cards? Are there any brands that still use (supposedly) game-used stuff in their cards?