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Old 03-12-2012, 02:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Bowman Chrome Vs. Platinum

Just wondering opinions on this scenario:

If you were forced to (I understand their are better boxes out there, and preferences, etc...) buy either 1 case of 2009 Platinum or 2 cases of 2009 Bowman Chrome....which would you buy?

I'm torn...i deal mainly in refractors and I don't PC, etc....just valued prices for both right now, and wondering what people thought would be a better buy?

2 cases of bowman chrome would be 20 boxes and 20 box topps/loaders

1 case of platinum would be 24 autos 12 auto patch

Bowman would have more refractors/rookies....
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I'd go with the Chrome. They seem to hold their value, and can sometimes be good for grading. The autos tend to be coveted more so than most others. Sure you get more hits with platinum, but the base rookies/refractors will never match the chrome rookies/refractors in overall value.
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