[QUOTE=psj;2428436]Noooo..why'd u have to show me that lol[/QUOTE
Ha, yea I missed it too, only up for an hour or so. I still need all 4 variations, could be a couple years for that one to pop up again.
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I would pay more for the examples above (1996 Mirror Gold etc) that Sandberg had versus any modern post 2000 1:1.
That said, if the 1998 Ultra Masterpiece 1:1 were to become available, I would likely pay more for that than a 1997 Pinnacle Totally Certified Platinum Gold for example.
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IMO, I think that cards numbered to 10 or 25 are more collectible because they create more of a comradery when up for auction. When you have a low numbered card you feel like you belong in a special club with a few members. With 1/1 cards, only one person can have that card and that seems like a lonely club.
Albert Pujols Oddball Collection
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Fleer Starting 9
Bowman Chrome Golden Anniversary Refractors
SPx Grand Finale
Those immediately come to mind as sets that have yet to be mentioned.
For me it's these:
1997 Bowman's Best Mirror Image Atomic Refractor Inverted #MI4 K.Brown/I.Rodriguez/E.Marrero/M.Piazza
1997 Flair Showcase Legacy Collection Row 0 #31 Mike Piazza
1997-99 Flair Showcase Masterpieces
1998 Flair Showcase Perfect 10 #4 Mike Piazza
1999 Fleer Brilliants 24-Karat Golds - I recently picked up the Piazza from a board member.