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1993 Pinnacle Cooperstown PROMO question

BBCgalaxee

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Sep 9, 2011
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So finally, one of my friends is thinking about selling some of his 1993 Cooperstown promo cards (not the dufex version).

He has some of the big boys I believe like Griffey Thomas Henderson Mattingly plus others.

Can you guys give me some past sales numbers? I know there's super collectors here who probably have their guy.

My friend is hesitant because he won't auction them, would rather just put a fair BIN/BO. There's just about no.completed sales on ebay to go off of.

Thanks

Below is what these cards look like 20210621_181830.jpeg

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thelesquad

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Dec 6, 2008
1,307
I'm looking for the Sandberg if he has it. The only history I could find were from 2005 - one for $38 and one for $24. For the most part, it seems Junior fetches the most money from the set (not surprising).
 

MatthewN

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Sep 30, 2015
241
Coralville, IA
If I were going to list my Puckett I would put it at $500 and field offers. I feel like it would get somewhere around $300.
I think that's fair. I think I got my Puckett for about $100 3.5 years ago, and it has a big ol' crease in it, but I was just happy to land one at a decent price, even if damaged.
 

mrmopar

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Jan 19, 2010
4,215
When something is scarce enough and the demand is high, it seems auction is really the only way to go. The sky can be the limit, but there is a chance you won't do as well. That is where i think if the scarcity factor is there as is the demand, you should still do well. Stealing anything off ebay anymore is rare. People always find the good stuff and you have millions of eyes watching.

I am in the same boat with my Frito Dodgers Ticket Folders. They almost never come up and I have seen sales reaching into the $1000 range for "commons". I paid next to nothing for mine, but feel like if I were to sell them, I'd want to get as much out of them as possible, and setting an asking price is just setting me up to leave $ on the table if I am not cautious with my pricing.
 

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