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Old 06-22-2018, 03:36 PM
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Aren't auctions prices with those two usually lower because of the buyer premium?
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Old 06-22-2018, 05:39 PM
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Johnny,

Yes, as I agree and I am glad that you confirmed my concern.

Thanks for the feedback.
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Yes, as I agree and I am glad that you confirmed my concern.

Thanks for the feedback.
Anytime bud
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And to think Bill Goodwin was telling us a Koufax 8 would be a 200K card.
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Old 06-23-2018, 10:43 AM
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He has relisted this AM at $9250 - I agree the print marks are a bit much. Print Marks are fairly typical on the Koufax so the sweet spots are the clean ones


AT 7-8K less - I dont regret buying this one
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Old 06-23-2018, 11:47 AM
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Toledo,

What was the exact price you bought this at? and when?

Also, what do you think of this current auction?
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1955-Topps-...gAAOSwkkNbKAHy

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This was from REA Auction October 2017 - I paid exactly $2402 which included BP and Shipping Charges.
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This was from REA Auction October 2017 - I paid exactly $2402 which included BP and Shipping Charges.
That is a great card. Anyone investing might consider buying cards and not holders....long term, I think that is how this market keeps maturing. The best looking cards will be the best long term investments. Eventually, hopefully, holders will be less important than the cards. (and this thread was moved from the BST section)
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I would be very surprised to see the Koufax market strengthening in 10-15 years as you stated was your goal.

That's not in the list of names I would imagine younger collectors embracing as a key card as they come up. I don't put Koufax in Clemente or Mantle stability at all.

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Old 06-29-2018, 12:44 PM
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I would be very surprised to see the Koufax market strengthening in 10-15 years as you stated was your goal.

That's not in the list of names I would imagine younger collectors embracing as a key card as they come up. I don't put Koufax in Clemente or Mantle stability at all.

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I strongly disagree!


PWCC got $9250 last night, shows Sandy is solid.

This hobby is loaded with Jewish collectors and Jewish collectors usually have $$$.

With that said Koufax WILL always be in demand, like Clemente is for hispanic collectors.
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