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Old 07-11-2018, 04:17 PM
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May I ask, which winner cards were included in the auction?

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Mihalik
Rumenyak
Ulicny
Harlan
Nachtrieb
Nobile
Csuk
Faulkner
Grover
Audia
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Old 07-11-2018, 04:59 PM
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Mihalik
Rumenyak
Ulicny
Harlan
Nachtrieb
Nobile
Csuk
Faulkner
Grover
Audia
$5k? Wow, maybe I should sell mine. Hahaha. I have all of those and Lisa Bole, Hooper, Lazzari & Sinopoli.
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Old 07-11-2018, 05:05 PM
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Most of you know I do mainly live auctions. Recently I had a consignor who needed to raise money quickly so I agreed to do a portion of his stuff online. I had 10 1971 Topps winners that sold for almost $5000 to a board member here. I ate the shipping. It was $109 to UPS ground ship it fully insured.
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Old 07-11-2018, 06:17 PM
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Insured Priority Mail would have been around $60. Registered Mail would have been around $30. Express Mail would have been around $95.
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Old 07-11-2018, 08:36 PM
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What am I advertising? The sale is over. My point really was that shipping expensive items costs more than I would have guessed. Tough room. I do enough paid advertising on this site I don't need to try and sneak in a free one.
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Show of hands for who else had to look up 1971 Topps Winners to know what everyone is talking about.

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Old 07-11-2018, 09:09 PM
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I had to look them up too. There are a couple threads about them.
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Show of hands for who else had to look up 1971 Topps Winners to know what everyone is talking about.
I knew about them only because I read a lot of things that I didn't know about. (hmmm... could Yogi have said that?)
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Old 07-12-2018, 10:28 AM
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I've shipped items worth up to $60,000. Here is my experience:

* I am insured for shipping through Collectibles Insurance. I only purchase postal insurance to cover the $200 deductible. This keeps shipping rates down and I can pass the savings onto my clients.

* For high value items, I use USPS Registered Mail. It may move slowly, but it is the safest and least expensive option for high value items. For instance, $30,000 worth of insurance on a recent item only cost around $55.

* DO NOT use FedEx for anything worth over $1,000. FedEx will take your money for the insurance without question, but if you ever need to file a claim for a "collectible," they will tell you the limit on collectibles is $1,000.
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* DO NOT use FedEx for anything worth over $1,000. FedEx will take your money for the insurance without question, but if you ever need to file a claim for a "collectible," they will tell you the limit on collectibles is $1,000.
Didn't know that, that's terrifying. They maintain that policy when an item has been purchased for more? Even the post office accepts purchase price as insurance value.
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