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Old 01-16-2018, 10:32 AM
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Default What if a Signed T206 Wagner Surfaced?

If a signed T206 Wagner surfaced for auction, how high do you think it would go? Let's say this scenario in PSA 6 condition.
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Old 01-16-2018, 10:37 AM
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I think the hobby would implode into a black hole.

But seriously, I can see it going for $10 million the way card prices are going. If the holy grail of baseball cards is signed I can't imagine the bidding frenzy.

However, I think there's a 0.001% chance of one ever surfacing.
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Old 01-16-2018, 10:38 AM
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A PSA 6 Wagner now would probably bring at least $5 million even without the autograph. If it's a nice autograph (let's say 7/10), I'd guess a cool $10 million.
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Old 01-16-2018, 11:19 AM
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Wasn't the owner of the infamous trimmed PSA 8 Wagner offered $10M, which he declined?

I'd think a signed Wagner would top that in a non trimmed PSA 6.
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Ironically, this is one autograph I would never question the authenticity of - I mean, who would risk defacing a wagner?!?

I've always wondered what the Wagner letter/cheque to John Gruber would fetch, assuming it came with provenance. My guess would be more than any given t206 Wagner?
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Old 01-16-2018, 12:21 PM
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I actually own a signed T206 Wagner, except that:
1- It's a reprint;
2- It's not signed by Wagner. I had Wayne Gretzky sign it for me about 15 years ago.

Sorry to get us off- topic.
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I would feel bad if one of them surfaced, I would hate for our good friend T206collector to have a heart attack.
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If a signed T206 Wagner surfaced for auction, how high do you think it would go? Let's say this scenario in PSA 6 condition.


I find it interesting that everyone has just assumed that the OP is referring to Honus Wagner in his post. He just asks about a T206 Wagner; he may have been referring to Heinie Wagner


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I would indeed have a heart attack, but since I can't even seem to land a signed T206 Cobb (even though there are plenty out there), I won't hold my breath over a signed T206 Wagner!

Having said that, I do think my signed M116 Wagner is a decent "filler" until I stumble across an actual signed T206 Wagner.

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T206Collector: WOWZERS!!! I imagine that might be worth my house ... or more?

Someone on BO posted this. Is this a photoshop job?

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