For a 1/1 of a sought after card. I would tell you a 1996 Mirror Gold which has 30 copies would get $10k or close. If that was a Jeter it would have lasted 5 minutes. It’s just funny to hear people putting down a card. My thoughts people who say that don’t have the money to Buy It and say it’s too much to make others think a second time about it. I have seen people list item as a Buy It Now and not sell than go on auction and sell for more. There is a best offer button if I had the money for it I would submit an offer. If I collected Ripken just to be able to say I have this card no one else does. Let’s face it that card will be bought and will not be seen for years and every other Ripken collector will think man I wish I bought that card. Say say the same thing for the 1996 Mirror Gold Jeter that I could have owned. The fact is in 2010 on sold for $600 and I missed that auction. All I am trying to say don’t be foolish and think something might be too high because for someone it won’t. Especially for a card of this of this level. I think the price is fair you can either take it or leave it. I wish it was my card I would use it for trade bait for one of those rare Jeter cards I am missing.
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