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Old 12-01-2012, 06:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Need Help Pricing my 1/1 Dual HOF Cut

Any help would be appreciated. I will eventually sell, but want to get an idea of price first. I have had a bunch of offers on the card already, mainly @ shows, but want to get a better idea.

2010 Leaf Sports Icons Update. Basketball HOF Coaches
Marv Harshman and Everett Dean
1/1 Dual Cut Auto

Harshman is still alive (95 yrs old), and Dean is deceased. I know these autos are extremely rare and hard to find, especially Dean. Any help would be great, and feel free to PM me an offer if you want.





Also, please don't low ball the card when you are giving an estimate on a price, of what it is worth, if you are interested in buying. I would appreciate any help. Thanks
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Old 12-01-2012, 12:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Any help would be appreciated. I will eventually sell, but want to get an idea of price first. I have had a bunch of offers on the card already, mainly @ shows, but want to get a better idea.

2010 Leaf Sports Icons Update. Basketball HOF Coaches
Marv Harshman and Everett Dean
1/1 Dual Cut Auto

Harshman is still alive (95 yrs old), and Dean is deceased. I know these autos are extremely rare and hard to find, especially Dean. Any help would be great, and feel free to PM me an offer if you want.





Also, please don't low ball the card when you are giving an estimate on a price, of what it is worth, if you are interested in buying. I would appreciate any help. Thanks
So if it is not worth a lot of money you do not want to hear that?
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$450 American
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So if it is not worth a lot of money you do not want to hear that?
NO its not that. I have just had people (dealers) try to low ball good cards, then try to buy them. I just want people to be honest...
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Since this is not a licensed release I would put it at about 200 on a good day. Might go for much less at auction as these guys are not house names to most card collectors.

Here is a Harshman/Ramsay auto for $35.

You can pick up a Dean cut for about $100.

Send them both off to leaf and they will make an Executive cut card which you will be in for under $200.
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Since this is not a licensed release I would put it at about 200 on a good day. Might go for much less at auction as these guys are not house names to most card collectors.

Here is a Harshman/Ramsay auto for $35.

You can pick up a Dean cut for about $100.

Send them both off to leaf and they will make an Executive cut card which you will be in for under $200.
Thanks for the insight
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I would say through auction between $150-$200.

Maybe more to the right collector, but you may end up holding it for a long time waiting for that collector
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I think under $100 at auction.

However, if you put it on eBay with a high(ish) BIN/OBO price, you might find someone bites at a higher price if you're patient.
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NO its not that. I have just had people (dealers) try to low ball good cards, then try to buy them. I just want people to be honest...
Good luck with that, when it comes to money and dealers "needing to make a buck" they will never be honest. I don't even bother anymore bringing cards to shows because of that reason and no matter the card the offer is always for $50.00.
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Good luck with that, when it comes to money and dealers "needing to make a buck" they will never be honest. I don't even bother anymore bringing cards to shows because of that reason and no matter the card the offer is always for $50.00.
I agree. I dont put anything by anyone when it comes to money.
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I agree. I dont put anything by anyone when it comes to money.
Absolutely, I have also had people tell me the online beckett is different than the printed version so that person tried to sell a card for $160.00 when it booked for $40.00. I even offered $45.00 because I wanted the card but im not spending 4x the amount (I know beckett sucks for a price guide but I was still not going to spend that much on it).
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