I would be interested to know if anyone one here was runner up or 3rd place bidder on the Legacy cards & got a 2nd Chance Offer, as this is the same seller who had the '97 EX Essential cards a few weeks back & there was questionable bidding on those. Someone on here a few pages back admitted they got 2CO's after coming in 2nd & 3rd on those cards. On the Hasegawa $500 auction the winner, that won most of them, bid% is 98%, 2nd place was 81%, 3rd 100%, 4th 83%. I know it's a set & people could be bidding on many/most of them.
Randy Johnson Collector!! 5,554 Unique Cards & Counting.
The difference in prices between a 1997 Legacy row 0 and a 1998 Legacy row 0 are staggering. A 1997 Larkin just went for $350 and I picked up a 1998 the same day for only $25.
...even the 1997 Legacys Row 1 & 2 seem to go for 4x times as much as any 1998 and 1999 Legacy.
Just think that's interesting. Could be because 1997 is the inaugural year for Legacy. And many of the 1998s were backdoored.
I mean these are some big time prices: https://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_arm...rts2013&_sop=3
Last edited by CardboardRectangles; 09-08-2017 at 07:56 PM.
Sorry? No reason for that. I've came to the reality that I will never own every card and I'm ok with that.
The missing is horrible. I would have gave it a shot. Also losing at the last second sucks bad!
Whoa, you don't see those ^^ very often!