Here is the link to the USA today article:" I just read that a Trout 2009 Bowman Chrome Red Refractor auto /5 sold for $900,000 "
and where did you read this?
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In today's madness, especially of late, I would not be surprised to see this card sell between 2-3 million and if that isn't ridiculous enough, perhaps maybe more. To me that's absolutely absurd but so is 900 grand for a Red auto so I would be shocked by nothing anymore at this point.I just read that a Trout 2009 Bowman Chrome Red Refractor auto /5 sold for $900,000 so I'm thinking his Superfractor auto would definitely fetch over a million dollars. Do you think that would be the case?
I've told this story before, but I sold a 2009 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Unopened 10-box Hobby case at the National in Baltimore for $2,000. It was the going rate at the time, basically $200 a box.I agree and that's insane. I remember seeing the superfractor for sale on eBay for $1500 back in 2010 and wanted to purchase it but was out of work at the time so I couldn't.