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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick182 View Post
    Here are two different auction results of the BGS9 example, serial number: 0007352477, of the Frank Thomas 1990 Topps #414A NNOF. https://bit.ly/2JoPDVM
    That's amazing.
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    For those who own and/or collect PSA graded THICK cards like relic cards and releases featuring high quality thick cards i.e., Topps Five Star etc., you'll appreciate these. We recently relaunched our Fitted PSA Graded Card Bags for Thick Slabs. These bags should fit *most* thick PSA slabs. If you've got stuff like this in your collection, these bags are nice to have on hand. Bulk orders also available.

    Link to listing > https://bit.ly/31s2MmB



    Link to listing > https://bit.ly/31s2MmB
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    This Jay Bruce Superfractor was listed four times over the past month. Here's a review of each listing and what the last one could mean to collectors. https://bit.ly/2XBqQnV
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    Rare Babe Ruth road jersey sells for over $5.6 million, making it the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia on earth to date. See it here. https://bit.ly/2KNBa6n
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick182 View Post
    Rare Babe Ruth road jersey sells for over $5.6 million, making it the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia on earth to date. See it here. https://bit.ly/2KNBa6n
    Here’s what I hate about “relic game used” stuff. Here’s an iconic piece of historic sports memorabilia that is incredibly limited in existence. For all we know, Topps Co. purchased this piece to basically shred and glue fragments into some future card releases...thereby destroying the original artifact, all in the name of a few dollars.
    I equate it to having a one of a kind auto of an historical figure and cutting it into 20+ pieces so that many people can own a piece. After it’s cut all to hell, it’s basically is insignificant as a rare piece. I just don’t like it. End rant
    Wanting to buy '96 Select Certified Mirror Gold baseball...commons & stars

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    Yes, yes, and yes again. I really wonder how Topps and others have impacted the supply of truly priceless rare items. There are plenty of Barry Bonds bats, but Lou Gehrig jerseys? I also blame collectors who get all hot and bothered over a scrap of jersey, or a cut auto. For what you pay for a couple of 1/1 Ruth cut autos, couldn't you buy the real thing? It's bananas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Letch77 View Post
    Here’s what I hate about “relic game used” stuff. Here’s an iconic piece of historic sports memorabilia that is incredibly limited in existence. For all we know, Topps Co. purchased this piece to basically shred and glue fragments into some future card releases...thereby destroying the original artifact, all in the name of a few dollars.
    I equate it to having a one of a kind auto of an historical figure and cutting it into 20+ pieces so that many people can own a piece. After it’s cut all to hell, it’s basically is insignificant as a rare piece. I just don’t like it. End rant
    Collecting Roberto Alomar. Over 4000 unique cards, but always looking for those I'm missing!

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    In this video, we discuss a Mark McGwire 1999 Topps Stars Foil parallel, and a Pete Kozma 2007 Bowman Sterling Red Refractor parallel. https://bit.ly/2XoGHSJ
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    Fake Frank Thomas 1990 Topps NNOF Makes it Passed BGS and Probstein https://bit.ly/2xUGfkF
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