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    Quote Originally Posted by caster513 View Post
    What about his 04 sweet sigs auto 1/1....? but I know what you mean they are hard to find. This didnt last long http://www.ebay.com/itm/2004-Fleer-S...MAAOSwNnRYh6go
    Noooo..why'd u have to show me that lol

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    [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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    To me, each of these golds are worth more than any of the 1/1s in my collection. Especially the newer ones.

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael.petkus View Post
    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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    I agree with that. Any of the 90s 1/1 are significantly more valuable. That was before they went crazy

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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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLARNOLD View Post
    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.
    I don't think you can get better than a 1/1 of a specific card with a run of various parallels, HOWEVER, I completely see what you are saying and have held the same belief about the /5 cards. There is definitely something with the /5's that makes you think you are a part of some exclusive club. I don't get that too terribly much with the /10 and /25 cards, but the /5s kind of do it for me. The /5's give off some sort of a synergistic vibe among the 5 who have them, whereas the 1/1 generally breeds jealousy from everyone who isn't you that wants it, and to me, that just isn't fun. Having the 1/1 helps me get over the ick feeling though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael.petkus View Post
    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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    Since the bankruptcy replacement versions hit the market and other fakes I think these cards have really lost their appeal versus the other cards mentioned on here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KLARNOLD View Post
    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.
    That is a really good point and I completely agree, and not just from that player too, just look at the 90s thread, one guy posts his card and everyone with the same card of their guy(s) puts it up, it's really cool. Good point, I hadn't really thought about that before.

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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.

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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djmilhaus View Post
    Fleer Starting 9
    Bowman Chrome Golden Anniversary Refractors
    Those are my big 2 for Mariano Rivera.

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