Whichever way they valued it, this is the entertaining part! Welcome to the boards! Its always an interesting discussion about how to "value" certain cards, in relation to selling vs. Insurance purposes, especially on a card not easily replaced
A card is worth only what you can get someone to pay you for it. A 1/1 has no value until the person with the 1/1 agrees with another person on a price. Until then it's just another card of a player who has such a tarnished history I doubt anyone would pay much more than $20 for it.
Nevermind... I see it in the link.Can we get a picture of this card? I feel like the only one who hasn't seen a picture but I bet if I visit the BO thread, it's there ::facepalm::
Nevermind... I see it in the link.
So this card was graded first by Beckett? God, no offense but what a terrible looking card.
Anyways, welcome to the boards!!!
That's not this card, man.
Beckett Card Appraisal means absolutely nothing. You don't even have to send the card in for inspection. You just search beckett's Checklist for the card, add it and they give you a printable PDF with the card you choose along with an "appraisal".
I could go and "appraise" that same card. You can attach an image, but it's not required as anyone that saw that at Beckett would know it's not a 1/1 since other copies have shown up on the market at other times.
And, yes, I instructed you to not try to debate it being a 1/1 - yet, here we are. You have already been extensively shown that it is NOT a 1/1, and that Appraisal isn't worth the time it took to generate the PDF.
Just because a POP report shows 1 doesn't mean the card is a 1/1... maybe this statement is IMO but I think it's not.Well I am sorry you disagree with Beckett but if you look up the Beckett graded serial number you will see they do refer to it as to it as the 94 Arod Throwback which is supposed to be one card.
In the population report you will also not there is just one of these cards graded.
You are more than welcome to contact Beckett and ask them about this if you would like.
Is this the same guy that owns the Hosmer 2011 TU Canary that wants $1500 or the authors Canseco RC? Same dillusions.
Need Moustakas, Hosmer and patches.
The part I am unsure of and you are probably unsure of as well as if there was ever a SuperFractor for this card. I have an opinion about that and I don't think there was a Superfrctor made for this card. I think back in 2005 a checklist was probably released from Topps mistankenly calling this card on the checklist a SF and all the other websites just copied the original checklist that was put out with the error on it.
The slab would state /1 if it were a 1/1.
It does not.
Beckett does not always list cards - especially error designations, backdoored or otherwise unintentionally released cards. The reason they list the 94 auto as a 1/1 is because the "SF" superfractor IS a 1/1.
Your card, however, is NOT a superfractor from that release.
THIS is what a SUperfractor from that set looks like.
I am unsure what that card is that you posted as I have never seen that before but Beckett grading does list this card as an of one card or /1.
I am not arguing about that in any way but if you have a problem with this card as being referred to as an of one or /1 card then you would need to ask Beckett about that.