Well, I suppose it goes back to the brand thing then. I know Walker had a 2010 sterling auto (assuming there is a 1/1 there). He also should have a 2012 bowman platinum super as well, so it's not the first 1/1 or super of the guy. That's what confuses me.
Two words: Fernando Martinez.
There are always impulse buyers.
ebay where I was like WHAT?!?!? I could probably go on ebay and find hundreds more that confuse the heck out of me. I've always valued a player's real life performance over the rarity of his cards, so it confuses me when I see an unproven prospect posted at a higher price than a somewhat proven phenom rookie. I think 8K is way too high, but then again, I also have never bought a superfractor. I mostly wanted people's opinion on what defines the value of a superfractor.
I'd rather put a high number on something and get what I want instead of getting something very low, due to the starting price and then regret it later on.
The BEST Josh Johnson collection you'll ever see
JJ count: Total Cards: 2,443 Autographs = 886, 1/1's = 125, Patches = 228, Jerseys = 209, Buttons = 2 and MLB Logoman = 1
Also collecting: Dennis Northcutt, Titus Young, Bilal Powell, Josh McCown, T.J. Graham, Gino Guidugli, A.J. Vanegas, Tony Zych, Philip Pfeiffer & Mike Sims-Walker.
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