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Old 01-28-2014, 01:37 AM   #76 (permalink)
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What would the Stanton Superfractor go for at auction today?
Whatever someone else is willing to pay + $1, to me.
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Old 01-28-2014, 01:50 AM   #77 (permalink)
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Whatever someone else is willing to pay + $1, to me.
Better hope Wossa is on vacation with no cell phone coverage.
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Old 01-28-2014, 07:38 AM   #78 (permalink)
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What would the Stanton Superfractor go for at auction today?
I've wondered this for about a second and moved on. It is well out of my range so no use in stressing about it. I would have to think it would be well north of 5k though just off the top of my head. Maybe even approaching 10. So hard to say. Stanton values have gone down considerably in the last eighteen months but a card like this has its own rules.
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Old 01-28-2014, 09:13 AM   #79 (permalink)
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Just so you know, this thread inspired me to buy a box of 2006 Draft yesterday. $52.45 delivered. I am an idiot.
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Old 01-28-2014, 09:15 AM   #80 (permalink)
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Just so you know, this thread inspired me to buy a box of 2006 Draft yesterday. $52.45 delivered. I am an idiot.
What, no 2008? You too good for Stanton?
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What, no 2008? You too good for Stanton?
$50 was reasonable to waste. $140? Notsomuch. At least that is what I keep telling myself...
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$50 was reasonable to waste. $140? Notsomuch. At least that is what I keep telling myself...
Lol, it is funny how we draw our lines isn't it? Of course there is a reason one is $50 and one is $140.
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Lol, it is funny how we draw our lines isn't it? Of course there is a reason one is $50 and one is $140.
Yeah... Koufax... er... Kershaw and Longo RC autos in 2008 along with Posey and Stanton. Smaller list of garbage to pick from. 2006 is terrible.

I draw the lines after I make my impulse purchases. That is the correct way, right?
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Old 01-28-2014, 10:26 PM   #84 (permalink)
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$50 was reasonable to waste. $140? Notsomuch. At least that is what I keep telling myself...
Never would have guessed those would ever come close to $140.
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Crazy that death2redemptions pulled the holy grail which was kershaws super auto
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Old 01-29-2014, 08:58 AM   #86 (permalink)
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Never would have guessed those would ever come close to $140.
I offered the guy $80 for fun and he came back at $120... so a little bit lower than $140.
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I offered the guy $80 for fun and he came back at $120... so a little bit lower than $140.
I actually would have been tempted. When you think how few are available and the Stanton being MIA it potentially could be a huge break. You probably made the right choice though. I don't think I would pull the trigger at more than $100. So much crap in there even if there is a chance at the Stanton.
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Crazy that death2redemptions pulled the holy grail which was kershaws super auto
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What's really crazy is that I sold for $1800 back in 06 and now it is worth $25k+

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I actually would have been tempted. When you think how few are available and the Stanton being MIA it potentially could be a huge break. You probably made the right choice though. I don't think I would pull the trigger at more than $100. So much crap in there even if there is a chance at the Stanton.
How do you know I'm not holding it hostage until he hits 50 home runs with plans of unloading it for huge bucks?
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What's really crazy is that I sold for $1800 back in 06 and now it is worth $25k+



How do you know I'm not holding it hostage until he hits 50 home runs with plans of unloading it for huge bucks?
Because you aren't smart enough. See above (Kershaw).
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Because you aren't smart enough. See above (Kershaw).
ziiiiinnnnnnggggggggg good one, LOL

You may be right
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No redemptions that year- I'm sure it was made and pretty sure it has been pulled just by the odds- kind of like the chance that life exists outside our universe.
It is possible it found its way into a blaster somewhere. Some kid might have pulled it, picked his teeth with it, and then his mom tossed it because it was dinged up and had writing on it.
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It is possible it found its way into a blaster somewhere. Some kid might have pulled it, picked his teeth with it, and then his mom tossed it because it was dinged up and had writing on it.
Or I may own it.....
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I offered the guy $80 for fun and he came back at $120... so a little bit lower than $140.
I think I gave $60 a box when it came out.That's a tough break at $120.
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What's really crazy is that I sold for $1800 back in 06 and now it is worth $25k+



How do you know I'm not holding it hostage until he hits 50 home runs with plans of unloading it for huge bucks?
When did it sell for $25K?
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Doubt any kids are buying Bowman Draft, guess it is possible.
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Doubt any kids are buying Bowman Draft, guess it is possible.
They were buying blasters in Wal-Mart in 2006.
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When did it sell for $25K?
If I had that kinda coin, i'd easily drop it on the Kershaw, and i think so would a few other collectors.
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They were buying blasters in Wal-Mart in 2006.
Don't ever recall Superfractors in retail.
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If I had that kinda coin, i'd easily drop it on the Kershaw, and i think so would a few other collectors.
Wossa get it?
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When did it sell for $25K?
If I remember correctly, the guy who bought it from me sold it to the guy who currently owns it and he is a collector but he began accepting offers not long ago and the highest offer was roughly $25k, however I believe he may have actually turned it down since he was a collector. Or maybe he did end up buying it, I can't really remember. However, the owner of the Kershaw superfractor is indeed a member of this site but I don't think he ever posts anything. He signed up a little over a year ago and he created an account just to show it off on a thread where people posted their superfractors. I have no idea where that thread is but that is the last time I heard anything about it.

As for paying $25k, with the superstars like Kershaw there are collectors out there with deep pockets in which money doesn't really matter. The Harper superfractor pulled in something around $50k during the midst of his hype and in my opinion Kershaw should be worth more than Harper if prices were actually based on a player's statistics and value on the field, however we all know that they are not. If the Trout superfractor ever popped up I imagine it would pull in over $50k.
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