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Old 07-29-2011, 11:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2010 Bowman Chrome Harper Auto

Did you guys see this one? Nearly $1,700. Talk about a peach of a hit.

2010 Bowman 1st Chrome Auto Bryce Harper /100 BGS9/10 | eBay
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Did you guys see this one? Nearly $1,700. Talk about a peach of a hit.

2010 Bowman 1st Chrome Auto Bryce Harper /100 BGS9/10 | eBay
Not surprising, these will remain the most desired Harper autos imo followed by the Aflac auto and then the 2011 Bowman auto, everything else will fall below that. Just like the platinum autos are now. Aside from that, these cards were tough to grade high. A lot of miscuts and surface errors with 2010 Bowman chrome cards so a 9 is very good on this one.
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Not surprising, these will remain the most desired Harper autos imo followed by the Aflac auto and then the 2011 Bowman auto, everything else will fall below that. Just like the platinum autos are now. Aside from that, these cards were tough to grade high. A lot of miscuts and surface errors with 2010 Bowman chrome cards so a 9 is very good on this one.
I wonder what a BGS 10 would go for if this was nearly $1,700.

I broke a bunch of boxes of 2010 Bowman Chrome and I agree about the surfaces of the cards. There were so many that had issues right out of the foil. It was sad to see that.
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Not surprising, these will remain the most desired Harper autos imo followed by the Aflac auto and then the 2011 Bowman auto, everything else will fall below that. Just like the platinum autos are now. Aside from that, these cards were tough to grade high. A lot of miscuts and surface errors with 2010 Bowman chrome cards so a 9 is very good on this one.
you forgetting about the 2011 Bowman Chrome Auto......... that will either be number 2 or 3 on your list.
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you forgetting about the 2011 Bowman Chrome Auto......... that will either be number 2 or 3 on your list.
Yeah, it will be interesting to see where the Bowman Chrome auto ends up. Strasburgs bowman auto sells for more than his chrome one does and I have to think it is a function of his "first auto" type of thing. I could see the Chrome auto being the number 3 most desired one but I don't know that it will move the Aflac auto.
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